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The running theme of the night seemed to be youth.
Philadelphia's Beach Slang sang an off-the-cuff song about the TSA and confiscated cowbell.
Before Bleached laid down perfected pop-punk, the Dirty Hooks got a good chunk of the crowd dancing with their "electric grit."
Plus: Wheelchair Sports Camp, Phil A and Hassan and more.
Talking Jello Biafra, Donald Trump and cavemen seeing lightning.
Plus, James Supercave, Kitze + The CPUs and more on night two.
For the record, Neon Reverb’s opening night wrapped up at 12:59 a.m. at the Bunkhouse on Friday.
The former Lazystars drummer also held down the drum seat for The Killers in their early days.
Theirs is the type of music one would hear on some station either at the high or low end of the dial being programmed by ...
Its Bringing Down the House Industry Insight session brought together industry notables for an educational panel discussion.
Head to Oddfellows Saturday night for a Reverb-focused listening party.
Lesh took the stage with his primary touring outfit, Phil & Friends, as well as the Terrapin Family Band.
The Canadian quartet’s physical set matched the intricacy and intrigue of the musical output.
It doesn’t seem to know what it wants to be, emulating several different bands of the past without creating a style of its own.
Mack is an able poet, who transcends the aptly titled Unruly Mess to keep you hanging on his words.