TONIGHT, dear ones, TONIGHT!
Assuming that you’re able to survive the Ides of March this week, come cry for Julius with us next Wednesday at New City Galerie with two Boston-based heartthrobs who are sure to get your tear ducts going: COUPLES COUNSELING and IAN will be joined by locals VICTORIA FRANCES and NORA ZIMMERLY for a full-on evening of surreal sounds and voices from the heavens (except they’re from people, using microphones, duh).
It’s at 8pm and it costs a few bucks. Extra if you get snot on the floorboards.
OMG how did this creep up on us so fast?!!??! THIS IS TWO NIGHTS AWAY!!!
Friends+Family is celebrating YOU. Shout outs go to our loving community, enthusiastic musicians from all over the universe, and, of course, supporters to our Indiegogo campaign.
DJ sets by DJ Peanut Butter Hot Dogs and DJ L’Enfant Sauvage!!
BYO-Sauerkraut, but probs leave your other fermented beverages at home because this is a ~legitimate space~.
::::::::::We will be doling out some F+F perks for our campaign supporters. Special F+F badges will be for sale (while supplies last!)::::::::::
|||||||$5 or QUICK donate to our Indiegogo & get in for free! we’ve only got a few hours left!|||||||||
(Did you notice how we have, like, two event posters for this? How crazy!)
When you listen to “North Street,” a just-released song by the band Death, it’s hard to believe it’s more than 30 years old. The cut, with its urgent beat and relentlessly propulsive guitars, is part punk and part avant-garde rock. Death originally recorded the track in 1980, but it never saw the light of day — until now.
Photo: Tammy Hackney