... or by it's proper name - Steve Ignorant Presents Crass Songs 1977-1984. As long as you went in not expecting Penny and company there should have been no problems. I was happy, Gizz from Broken Bones played guitar. English bands like English Dogs and Broken Bones helped me make the connection between metal and punk in those early years. I wasn't there to shoot the show, actually two of the kindest people ever got me in to the sold out show, Chad Strife and London May- THANKS guys! And for the record I was never the biggest Crass fan but this was a good show and I think Steve sounded great. Better than him was Nicole taking over for Eves songs... highlight of the night for me was So What?
Notspoken @ Programme 8/24/18
Not sure if I was going to make the whole New Age Fest with it starting around noon, so I decided to hit this show up to catch some of the bands I was gonna miss. Cutting Through and Decline are always fun to watch. Loved Safe & Sound and Restraining Order. Second dose of Fixation was nice and look out for new merch by Treason with a photo you might recognize. Notspoken? Wasn't sure what was going to go on with this one... short but sweet set with 3 singers. It was fun. Notspoken
Terror @ 1720 9/30/18
Rad show in a very sketchy neighborhood. I kinda miss those 7th street shows now. Venue was really cool, a nice warehouse with a great stage. Perfect line up and a show where I didn't wanna miss a single band. Honestly these shows are when I miss little Danny most, these are the bands that he loves. Hopefully he'll be down for FTC. Terror Terror
New Age Fest @ the Garden Amp 8/25/18
I was worried about this being an outdoor show all day long, and then Danny from Drug Control text with the amazing news that it changed to the indoor venue. Good times. Loved seeing new and old friends, east coast and west, and assholes like Andrew Kline too. Mike and Chris Lisk did a great job. I love that Mike is doing New Age again, he has a great roster already. Trial Mouthpiece