During two days filled with once-in-a-lifetime performances, Metric’s rocked hardest.
Carrie Furnaces, Thrival Music Festival’s new venue, suited both attendees and vendors well for a night of great music and innovation.
For the second time this year, the Boss is the month’s big draw, but there are plenty of other great shows, both indoor and outdoor, to satiate your live music needs.
Rubblebucket mixes indie, jazz, and psycheic to create a danceable concoction. There’s also plenty of in that mix—members Alex Toth and Annakalmia Traver are a musical couple. The pair met at the University of Vermont as music majors; Rubblebucket, a five-piece, is based in Brolyn. The band has played “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and, to promote 2014’s album Survival Sounds, they made an appearance on NPR’s Tiny Desk. In 2013, band and fans alike were stunned when Traver announced she
All Time Low, Rubblebucket, “Mad Max: Fury Road”
The concert scene is starting to build in advance of summer.