Shuffling through their arsenal of retro tunes, Sargent House favorites The Postelles kicked off the night with a high energy set that captivated an early crowd. The quartet’s ability to infuse Motown with garage-rock in a live setting is a testament to the young outfit’s overall ability and enormous potential. Looking forward to catching a headlining […]

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Steel Train’s come a long way.  Starting out as a somewhat misplaced blend of americana-indie and 70’s-era jam music on Drive Thru Records, Jack Antonoff and co. have evolved into a stronger outfit more in tune with its indie-pop sensibilities.  The band released the breakout Trampoline over two years ago and since then I’ve been […]

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When I think about it, The Format was really only one of the few of my truly favorite bands that ever called it quits.  Upon hearing the news I was devastated.  Fortunately, Nate Ruess of that now defunct group decided to join forces with Steel Train’s Jack Antonoff and Anathallo’s Andrew Dost to form Fun, […]

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