10.09: Bipolaroid + Trampoline Team + Holy Wave + DJ 9ris 9ris – Siberia
Siberia – one of the most consistently impressive musical operations in the city – had to completely clear the schedule when the city started it’s war against music venues. Local psychedelic garage rockers Bipolaroid have the distinct honor of welcoming Siberia back to the fold.
By now, most of us are aware of City Hall’s latest attack in their sneaky and unpredictable War on Culture. A few weeks ago venerable Bywater institution Siberia ran into some permitting issues that caused them to suspend their expansive live music schedule, and just yesterday it appears a similar fate officially befell the similarly venerable Circle […]
A few weeks ago, Siberia held a record raid and if you didn’t make it, you either have no interest in vinyl, you were trapped under a rock or you drank too much the previous night. No matter what the excuse, you missed out on some great vibes, wicked people and crate upon crate of vinyl […]
Though the subversives behind local b-movie film aficionado group Terror Optics Studios and its off-shoot horrorcore label Sheer Terror Records aren’t the type one would expect to hear bragging about, or even taking serious notice of, any measure of success, it shouldn’t be any surprise that the ultra-DIY punk festival known as Creepy Fest has […]
Though there’s much one can often glean from seeing a young band at their first show back from their first tour, I wouldn’t have anticipated the strides Donovan Wolfington has managed to make in a mere matter of days, the band’s short tour with pals ArchAnimals taking them only as far as San Antonio. Nevertheless, […]
Before I get lost in the flight of fancy that is to follow, let me begin by saying unequivocally that ArchAnimals are currently the most underrated live band in New Orleans. In a town practically run on a collective desire to hone and perfect a particular style of music designed to embody all that is […]
June 6 is a day etched in history for events occurring over 60 years ago, when, in 1944, Allied Forces landed on the beaches of Normandy, precipitating the end of World War II and giving way to an unparalleled era of peace and prosperity across Europe. With all due respect to the Greatest Generation though, June 6 […]
ArchAnimals + Donovan Wolfington performing at Siberia on June 14, 2012
05.26: Quintron and Miss Pussycat + Lost Bayou Ramblers – Siberia
No band in southern Louisiana may have a more fitting name than the Lost Bayou Ramblers. Led by brothers Louis and Andre Michot – sons/nephews of the legendary Les Freres Michot – they are at the head of a class of modern traditionalists ushering in the most recent Cajun revivial. On Saturday night, they will be warming up the crowd for the valiant return of a man who probably needs no help whipping a group of Bywater concert-goers into an ecstatic frenzy.