Taking a look at all of the exciting shows happening around (Bean)town this month!
Where: Pink Noise Studios
When: Oct. 19
This is a spooky freaky halloweenie party. Costume up beautiful people! Check out the fabulous music line up, on fire! DJ WhySham will keep you dancing all night! Space Case performance artist will read you scary stories boo! Burlesque artist Jolie Lavie will do an amazing drag performance of Prince. Visuals by Vidumami. Don’t miss this bash, can’t wait, hold the date!
Where: Atwood’s Tavern
When: Oct. 23
Following in the steps of King Crimson, Radiohead, and Van Halen (maybe that last one not so much) … the band takes a new form. Synth & casio on the shelf, Eric moving to bass, Daniel joining on drums, and Amelia painting the edges of the canvas with guitar – and the same soulful dreamy & haunting vocals.
To create her Beach House-meets-Beach Boys surfy dream-pop, Erica Sutherland experimented with layers in GarageBand, a method she still employs to this day, alone in her room.
Where: Museum of Science Boston
When: Oct. 25
Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys return to the Museum of Science for one night only! Kick off your Halloween as the Toys take over the Charles Hayden Planetarium for an unforgettable evening of masquerade, music, and mayhem under the dome. Beware, they’re not alone – other tricks and treats lurk around every corner of the Toys’ macabre Museum!
Where: The Jeanie Johnston Pub
When: Oct. 26
Halloween fun @ the Jeanie J! 9pm, 21+, Free!
Germ House – Solo recording project turned into partially fledged live rock outfit.
halfsour – this one is kinda loud but not full-stacks in your parents basement loud. there are some melodies but they aren’t like kiss 108. there is noise but it’s not like you are at an art space and someone is turning knobs on pedals for 45 minutes.
B.J. Snowden – 90’s Renaissance woman (Fred Schneider)
Where: Once Somerville
When: Oct. 28
Presented by Illegally Blind and Boston Hassle