Tag - Brian Mahar

LOOK: The Nude Party + Mo Booty + The Girlfriend Experience at The Bends 03.12.16

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The Nude Party (genre: Boner Pop) congealed as one unit in the southern mountain town of Boone, NC…Bonded by the converse influences of  isolation, house party debauchery, a philosophy based on pushing the limits of poor taste, and a self described “precocious predisposition to the Kinks, the Animals and the Velvets”, they’ve...

LOOK + LISTEN: UFO Sex Scene Album Release Party with Betty Dawl + Soapbox Soliloquy at The Bends 03.03.16

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Photos by Brian Mahar “Music for hybrids and reptoids” UFO Sex Scene shook St. Pete up into an intergalactic boogie and it was a Blazar! A night of music you simply had to see to believe! Also on the mic was Adriana Sparkle, the bearded lady. Download and listen to their album “Mothership Loveshack”   Betty...

LOOK: DTSP On A Thursday 12.10.15 (Feat. Psychomagic + Sonic Graffiti + Ask For Tiger +more )

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Photos by Brian Mahar © God bless the nights of walking from bar to bar taking in touring bands from Oregon (Psychomagic) and Tennessee (The Delta Saints) plus your hometown hero like Sonic Graffiti. Brian Mahar strolled from The Bends to The Local 662 and back and over again and has these photos to share. Tickle your ears below, too. Bad Ideas...

LOOK: Bangarang + Smokestack Lightning + Johnny Mile and The Kilometers at Crowbar 12.04.15

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Photos by Brian Mahar © You’d be hard pressed to find someone who goes out to more shows than Brian Mahar. Then he shoots, edits, and turns them bitches in real fast. Here are his shots from a Crowbar show featuring Bangarang, Smokestack Lightning, and Johnny Mile and The Kilometers. We’re sure some booze-soaked shots from the...

LOOK: Ed Schrader’s Music Beat + Piss Ghost + Taxer at Mojo Books & Records 11.09.15

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Photo by Brian Mahar © This past Monday at Mojo Books & Records there were three bands playing with as much variety and deliciousness as the store’s offerings. Members of Permanent Makeup and Velma and the Happy Campers brought us an early performance from Taxer, a mad and improvised jazzpunk merry-go-round.  Also new on the scene...