From Oompa, Bent Knee, and Big D, to Billy Dean Thomas and Future Teens, these artists helped us through the haze
“It’s clearly a record that sonically is built for the stage so we can’t wait to try these out live. There’s also this deep songbook we need to address”
“There’s definitely a lot more fingerprints on it from everyone else in the band along with a lot more contributions from all across the board.”
Includes Gang Green, The Freeze, SIEGE, TREE, and many more.
Dave Tree discusses musical departures, trudging through COVID, and the year upon us.
Not only do they have a successful operation, but they’re releasing a new book, The Hard Times: The First 40 Years. I asked them about everything.
“We write accessible music because it’s fun and we like to, but also lyrically we try to be thoughtful,” Jac said. “It’s for anyone that can relate.”
Intergenerational noise, house, and ambiance for hooking up with dudes on dance floors
It all goes down at the Paradise on Jan 11, when South Shore stalwarts Worm will also join various Gang Green alumni on stage to raise money for Doherty’s recovery. Truth is, he can’t live without it.