Jennifer Kennedy wants to be bored.
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As other venues closed down under threat of tornadoes in the area, The Camel on Broad Street opened its doors, and if need be it's basement, to READ MORE
Everyone in RVA has been buzzing about her for sometime, and in just a short while indie rock artist Lucy Dacus has blown up beyond the local
Suffolk's LAVA Festival has now finalized their line-up for this coming Memorial Day weekend with the addition of two heavyweight acts, each occ
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As we found out in the the classic baseball flick "Field of Dreams", "If you build it, they will come."
August 5 marked the exciting and much anticipated debut of Radio Rubber Room Presents in its new location at The Camel and the music venue kicked things off with a bang! For the debut, R.R.R.
BOYTOY, a Brooklyn rock trio with a sound described as “somewhere between 60s surf jams and 90s grunge rock,” comes to Richmond tomorrow night (Thursday, March 12) for the first time.
Last Friday, The National mounted a showcase of local indie bands that was witnessed by far too few of Richmond’s concertgoers. Headlined by up-and-comers Vince Kane & the Incurables (whose debut I reviewed on Thursday), Friday’s nearly four-hour performance demonstrated the kind of color and charisma savvy listeners have come to expect from the River City’s underground music scene.
What better way to ring in the new year than with one of the best metal bands in the scene right now?
I love the Black Keys, but I fully did not expect to go to this show. Knowing that it was at the Coliseum, I figured it wouldn’t be as intimate a show as it may have been at the National. However, when I was gifted tickets, there was no deterring me from going, regardless of the fact that I would be sitting in the farthest possible section from the stage.
If you like outlaw country, classic Americana, or any other kind of great music, you should definitely be excited about this one. Justin Townes Earle is headed to Richmond in a couple of months, bringing his outstanding songs to the Modlin Center on Wednesday, February 25.
You may not recognize Todd Herrington's name right away, but if you follow the RVA music scene at all, you know his work. The talented bassman holding down the bottom end for The Big Payback, Mekong Xpress, the DJ Williams Projekt, and more, Herrington finally stepped to the front of the stage last year for his solo debut, Things.
This should be a hell of a party. Clutch is celebrating New Years Eve this year with a live extravaganza at the 9:30 Club, complete with a complimentary champagne toast to ring in 2015 at midnight--and you could be there enjoying it with them!
“The bus leaves at 6pm SHARP,” was what I was told about our trip to Virginia Moonwalker for LadyGod’s EP release show. Little did I know, I was about to be swept up into a creative whirlwind for the rest of the night.
This is indeed a good day for RVA. We've been waiting eagerly for some new activity from the local music/film documentary crew known as Good Day RVA, who haven't been heard from publicly since their "A Good Day In RVA" all-day music festival at Hardywood back in May. Well, they're making up for lost time with this latest video, a full-speed-ahead rock n' roll barnburner from The Trillions, performing live at the top of City Hall.
Spotty though these reviews may be, I still take try to take each chance I’m granted to make it out to Radio Rubber Room’s biweekly Wednesday show at Emilio’s Downtown. I’ve sort of just learned to accept those king bitch hell Thursday mornings at work.
For those unfamiliar with the man, the myth, the legend, mc chris [sic] is a self-described “rapper of all things nerdy.” When he's not incinerating the mic with rhymes about Star Wars, Batman, and such, you'll hear his signature voice on many Adult Swim shows, including Aqua Teen Hunger Force and Sealab 2021, to name but a few.