Posted by: Necci – Oct 16, 2012
This past weekend Richmond was host to its annual Folk Festival, whereupon thousands of music fans descend upon the city for "folk" music from all reaches of the world. The following are a couple videos that have already come out from the weekend.
Harper & Company - "Old Dangerfield"
Lance Lipinsky - "Shake, Rattle & Roll"
Maggie Ingram & the Ingramettes
(photo by Libra Boyd)
The Inflatables also recently played at The Camel (10/14), and Ben Butterworth took some videos of his own band playing. Pretty cool.
"Old Joe Clark"
Cropsey is a new pop punk trio formed in August. Featuring Zachary Marson (Wrist Rocket), the band plays some shreddable punk rock. Here is First World Problems, the band's demo.
photo by Joe Opyt
People's Blues of Richmond just posted a couple recent live sets.
Live @ JMU 10-11-12
Live @ Camp Barefoot August, 2012
photo by Brandon Hambright
High Regard is am emo-punk band who has a new album called Who Wants Flowers When They're Dead. Listen to the title track for moody guitar and progressive punk.
By Sarah Moore Lindsey (soundsofrva.org)