Category Archives: Live Videos
Today’s live video from The Fest 9 comes from Ontario’s Mockingbird Wish Me Luck. The band performed during Sunday of The Fest at Rum Runners. Check out the video for footage of “Orphans of a Storm” from their 2009 EP Goodbye Debris.
Footage filmed and edited by Reese Lester.
Footage filmed and edited by Jeremy Silveira.
The latest in If You Make It‘s “Pink Couch” series features Junior Battles performing the title track from their latest release, Hotel Bibles. Check out the video, and while you’re at it, make sure and download/donate Junior Battles self-titled 7″ and read our review!
Today’s Fest 9 footage comes from Cincinnati, Ohio’s Mixtapes. The band performed at Rum Runners on Sunday evening to a packed house of fans. Read more for the videos of their entire set!
Today’s video features Touché Amoré and La Dispute playing their split 7″ entitled “Searching For A Pulse/The Worth Of The World” which was released on No Sleep Records.
One of the best thing about The Fest every year is that, even with over 200 bands booked, you can always expect some kind of surprise reunion, set, or band to end up highlighting the weekend. Whether it happens at the Holiday Inn, a warehouse, or even the back of a U-Haul, The Fest will always keep you on your toes. After a bit of Twitterspeculation, this year’s biggest surprise ended up coming from Fest veterans Off With Their Heads.
Despite being on tour with Bad Religion, OWTH made it out to Gainesville to play an impromptu set The Atlantic on Saturday night. Not only were Fest-goers treated to the surprise performance, but to up the ante the band played 2006’s Hospitals in its entirety with the original line up from the recordings.
Today, we’re bringing you a special acoustic show live from none other than Turkey Town. Jeremy Silveira, one of Turkey Town’s residents, has been National Underground’s Director of Photography for three years and has helped the crew film on countless occasions. You can find more videos we have featured of his on our site, as well as other rare recordings at his blog.
From Jeremy’s blog: so back in September our buddy PJ Bond was coming through town and we decided to invite anyone who wanted to enjoy good music and some food over for an acoustic show in our backyard. He was on tour with Koji, who I could go on and on about not only how amazing of a musician he is but also just as a person who seems to truly love what he is doing. Koji was a reminder for me that music can not only just be enjoyed but really used to help people or bring about some small sort of change in our world, it’s great to see not everyone has given up on that. Local favorites Kiiks (fearless leader of Douglas Shields and the X-Factor) and Coffee Project rounded out the bill which made out for a really fun night.