While The Replacements reunion may be done, bassist Tommy Stinson reignited his another of his bands, Bash & Pop. They released their first album in 25 years, Anything Could Happen, earlier this year via Fat Possum. BrooklynVegan is now excited to announce that we'll be presenting Bash & Pop's next tour...
The booming drums sounded nearly apocalyptic in Austin's Central Presbyterian Church, guitar reverberated all the way up into the rafters, and Pearson's vocals sounded like a preacher portending brimstone and hellfire.
The official IHeartComix SXSW showcase happened Wednesday night (3/15) at Clearport with sets from Frankie Rose, Sadie Dupuis' Sad13 solo project, and a midnight set from New Jersey rap/hardcore act Ho99o9 whose intense set instantly sparked a mosh pit. Too intense, apparently...
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