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THE DAY I BECAME A DICKHEAD Wednesday, April 15
A longtime Folio Weekly contributor (and even longer time guitarist) bows before the mighty Dick Dale
DOWN BY THE SEA Wednesday, February 25
Now in its 26th year, The Great Atlantic Festival draws a crowd of 45,000-plus on the strengths of its handpicked lineup of primo local music artists, a variety of foods ranging from Persian and …
ROCK BARD Wednesday, April 15
What can we say about Mr. Dylan that hasn’t been said already? Well, let’s try. In the mid-’60s, Bawb is the same genius who made rock lyricism an art form and then released the …
SAD BUT TRUE Wednesday, March 4
Do you have an excess of healthy feelings in your life? Then hie yourself to the Mope Grooves concert! This boss band from Portland, Oregon, might release lo-fi music, but the garage pop of songs …
DARK SOUNDS Wednesday, April 22
The husband-and-wife team of Mike and Tara Connelly join forces creatively as Clay Rendering, making music that blends elements of dark wave, psych rock, dream pop and even black metal. Both are …
VITAL ORGAN Wednesday, April 29
Soul jazz legend Dr. Lonnie Smith is a master of pumping out unrivaled grooves on his Hammond B3 organ. Starting in the late-’60s, Smith released a series of albums that established his …
TRIBUTE Wednesday, April 29
The late, great Gamble Rogers (1937-’91) was the de facto troubadour of Florida folk music, spinning many of his songs and stories from the mythical Oklawaha County. Part raconteur, part …
FULLY TANKED Wednesday, March 25
Every now and again, I like to catch up with Josh Jubinsky and his literal garage distribution business Dead Tank (deadtankrecords.bandcamp.com and deadtankrecords.com). Since I’ve known the …
DOWN AT THE CROSSROADS Wednesday, May 6
Looking for something a little more raucous and downhome than your average theatrical experience? Using narration and live musical performances, the musical revue Ghost of the Blues recreates an old …
SYNTH YOU ASKED Wednesday, March 25
New Orleans synth-poppers Prom Date sound like the de facto electronic offspring of early ’80s new wave bands like New Order and Soft Cell, or even an amped-up, updated version of Computer …