Shannon Cleary of WRIR’s Commonwealth of Notions is presenting the fifth installment of “Commonwealth of Notions Presents,” a multi-night event featuring numerous local bands performing unique and intriguing sets.
The wild and raucous Death Valley Girls are headed to Richmond to play Strange Matter on Sunday, May 10 along with The Gooch Palms.
For 25 years, Mac McCaughan, the frotnman for Superchunk and founder of Merge Rercords, has made some of the loudest indie rock in history.
On “Ride the Black Wave,” California indie rock act The Donkeys continue their easy rolling, classic vibrations, but add a compelling mix of sounds that has hypnotized me with their mellow tunes.
On the heels of their success with 2014’s “Sway” LP, the Bay Area formed quintet Whirr have announced a string of US tour dates and will be stopping in at Strange Matter on Sunday, April 12 along with Adventures and Wildhoney.
Cult indie favorites Kind of Like Spitting are on tour with Bob Nanna’s The City On Film Iska Dhaaf and Lee Corey Oswald and will stop at Strange Matter on Saturday, April 4.