Bunkhouse

If recent setlists hold up, the Japanese trio will play droney new album Dear straight-through.

Three reasons to catch Boris at the Bunkhouse

November 15th, 2017

If recent setlists hold up, the Japanese trio will play droney new album Dear straight-through.

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    Far from noodling, leader Tom Verlaine picked each note and made every sound with very specific purpose.

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