Our pick of shows happening this January at Great Scott in Allston!
Another eked out year another last minute birthday show… that was actually planned for two weeks now but GIMP is a bad program and I’m easily defeated…
Round 2 of the DRONE-OVER series. You get a whole day to hopefully do nothing and then go to work and then come and fix everything that breaks by relaxing in our sound wall.
Jan. 2 / $10
See also: Review: The Mystery – Eternity Without Limits
Start the year off right and get grimy / Boston Rock/Punk/Blues – First Friday of 2020!
2020 Saturday S L A M at Great Scott
Jan. 4 / 8:30pm doors / 21+ / $10
Presented by RTT
Black Beach / Nomad Stones / Labor Hex / Chrome Over Brass
Jan. 11 / 21+ // $12adv – $14dos // 8:30pm doors
Presented by Grayskull Booking
See also: Recap: 100 Great Songs From Boston and New England of 2017 (51-100)
Though the “Garcia” in the name of New Jersey cosmic indie jam band Garcia Peoples isn’t an implicit reference, it’s clear that the band has spent some time listening to Jerry & co.’s deeper catalog. Starting in the late 2010s, the band took notes from a canon of classic acid-washed searchers, including pillars like the Grateful Dead, Allman Brothers, and Canned Heat, but also wove the influence of less-championed acts like NRBQ into their unique update on psychedelic sprawl. The group began as a quartet but expanded just before the release of their 2018 debut album, Cosmic Cash.
Jan. 31 / $12
Presented by Bowery Boston
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