Oct. 25, 2014

Archive for Sharps and Flats

Jazz 2.0: Butcher Brown Band performs at Fridays @ Five

Jazz 2.0: Butcher Brown Band performs at Fridays @ Five

Posted On: October 06, 2014

Jazz has always been a sweetheart to me — like that one dashing and intellectually deep person that [...]

Save The Arcadian: a delightful sea of folk-rock beats

Save The Arcadian: a delightful sea of folk-rock beats

Posted On: September 22, 2014

Save The Arcadian, a budding band of students from the University of Mary Washington, played the most recent [...]

MKTO disappoints at Welcome Back Concert

MKTO disappoints at Welcome Back Concert

Posted On: September 01, 2014

Let’s talk about numbers. More specifically, let’s talk about the numbers 25 and 22. During the concert at [...]

Add Parquet Courts to your summer playlist

Add Parquet Courts to your summer playlist

Posted On: June 15, 2014

For me, finding new music while school is in session is tough. Between classes, extracurricular activities and — [...]

The Sleepwalkers are the real deal

The Sleepwalkers are the real deal

Posted On: May 25, 2014

Twas the day before Blowout. The Front Porch Society had been planning their April Thrill for quite some [...]

Mary and the Williams’ sheer musicianship impresses

Mary and the Williams’ sheer musicianship impresses

Posted On: April 17, 2014

The light was fading on the dreary Williamsburg day as Mary and the Williams prepared to take the [...]

The So Confused — a eclectic brand of atmospheric guitar rock

The So Confused — a eclectic brand of atmospheric guitar rock

Posted On: April 04, 2014

A band waiting in the wings, chomping at the bit to perform, The So Confused is ready and [...]

Gold Connections — a refreshing punk band

Gold Connections — a refreshing punk band

Posted On: April 03, 2014

In an age of excessive music availability, there is something refreshing about a band that doesn’t rush to [...]

Three Four bursts onto the Williamsburg music scene

Three Four bursts onto the Williamsburg music scene

Posted On: April 03, 2014

Three Four burst into the Williamsburg music scene after winter break, and they have certainly not been shy [...]

Lili and the Dirty Moccasins: A Williamsburg Must-See

Lili and the Dirty Moccasins: A Williamsburg Must-See

Posted On: March 27, 2014

When I met Elizabeth Fagan ’14 and Hannah Goad ’14 this fall, they were a loveable guitar-ukulele duo performing under [...]