So some girls decide to bum rush at the start of the show like some obnoxious shits but little did they know that the part where we were at had a guard rail that blocked all. Yeah that harshed my buzz for the night but it got back up once I felt all of Stubb’s shaking during Gogol Bordello’s Start Wearing Purple. Check it out below:
Continue reading Gogol Bordello – Stubb’s, Austin, TX – 2015/11/01
So I recovered from both The Hives and the bachelor party enough to make it out to Stubb’s to see some sweet psychedelic music from Tame Impala. It was a tasty evening at Stubb’s even though I didn’t have any BBQ (a first for me there). The opening act, The Growl, was even an unexpected surprise. Although I’m still digesting them. Continue reading Tame Impala Requirs Ear-bibs
Hey I’m back again and I scored myself a pretty sweet deal seeing Jeff The Brotherhood Monday night. They headlined a small tour and it showed right up at Stubb’s Now, I was entertaining guests at the time so I didn’t get a chance to catch the first band, but I did get to see the 2nd biller along with these tiny little headliners. There was plenty of entertainment for both the tunes and the crowd. Continue reading I Joined Jeff The Brotherhood At Stubb’s
It’s been awhile since I’ve been to a show, at least in my mind. So last night I had the opportunity for revisit White Denim as well as check out a couple of similar bands with Manchester Orchestra being the most well known. I’ve been to some shows outside of Stubb’s before and even though the sound was kind of weird, it was still a pretty good time. The opening bands showed some promise but I don’t think I gave them too much of a fair shake because I was distracted by college football. That’s okay, however, as they were interesting enough for me to check them out online.
Continue reading Manchester Orchestra and White Denim Beared Up Stubb’s Last Night
So last Saturday, I trekked on down to Stubb’s to check out one fo the dudes I missed at SXSW this year. Henry and the Invisibles impressed me while watching how he compiled songs online so I decided to stroll on down there and check it out myself. Needless to say what I expected and what happened was completely different. The opening bands were decent but the real treat was peering inside Henry’s multiple music personality. I got my money’s worth of funkiness.
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