Hello, ladies and gentleman it is I one again; Dr. Professor Rene. Today I am prescribing a heavy dose of trap and bass for the well being of all of you. This upcoming Wednesday (January 28th) Los Angeles producer RL Grime will be accompanied with Lunice and DJing at the Knitting Factory, a concert you should go to.
Tech N9ne made another stop in Boise to kick off the month of November. His show was on November 1st and it was a wet, cold and very dreary day. But Tech N9ne and his openers decide to bring the heat and killed it inside of the Revolution Concert House.
The Pure Noise Tour came through Boise on October 20th at The Shredder. The pop-punk line-up included State Champs, Front Porch Step, Handguns, Forever Came Calling, Heart to Heart and Brigades.
Check out the photo gallery from the show by Adam Wright:
On September 27, 2014 the amazing band Glass Animals came to the Boise area to play a great show at the Neurolux. I was lucky enough to attend the concert along side the great John Armstrong. Here is the review for what we thought of the Glass Animals concert as well as our fondness of their opening act, Rome Fortune.
On July 25th, Nahko & Medicine for the People brought their medicine to The Egyptian Theatre. Dustin Thomas opened the night with a solo set, then joined Nahko and Medicine for the People on bass.
From Indian Lakes stopped through Boise on April 1st on their first ever headlining tour, the Able Bodies Tour. The five-piece band from California was joined by The American Scene and Naive Thieves. I personally got to see the alternative rockers three times in Boise last year with each show bringing a bigger audience every time. Seeing as this was their first headlining tour, I expected a big crowd to show up at The Crux. I was definitely impressed with the turnout. What I was even more impressed with was the energy from both the band and the fans that filled every crevice of The Crux. While singing my heart out, I would take a second to look around me and see everyone else in the crowd singing along to every word as well. The energy of the room was undeniably emotional and full of love. The moment that sticks with me and will for years to come was when Joey Vannucchi came back out for an encore. As soon as Joey struck those first chords of “Your Son” the room went absolutely quiet as everyone soaked up every word and every note of the beautifully crafted song.
Check out photos from the show below:
Local math rock band, Fox Alive performed at The Crux with New Jersey band, Dads and fellow locals, King Brat on February 5th.
Fox Alive have been ferociously playing show after show in Boise and have steadily been building a reputation for themselves in the local scene. Fast fingers, brilliant guitar and high energy are some of the ways to describe the extremely talented band.
You can find Fox Alive on Facebook.
Check out pictures from the show below: