Archers of Loaf recently performed a reunion show in their hometown of Chapel Hill. According to an article on The Vine, as well as reports from Twitter and the Merge Records forums, the performance included the original lineup of the band: Eric Bachman, Matt Gentling, Mark Price and Eric Johnson. The show was unannounced and “secret”, yet some footage was captured from the set and we’re excited to repost and pass it along.
More videos from the show.
After the departure of George Rebelo (of Hot Water Music) last year, Against Me! recently enlisted Jay Weinberg to take over duties behind the drumset.
More from this and other Nervous Energies sessions.
Today’s video features OK Pilot performing “Blackeyes & Daggers” during Alien Fest 2010.
National Underground is excited to bring you live video featuring The Lawrence Arms performing “Are You There, Margaret? It’s Me, God” from their 2006 album Oh! Calcutta!. The footage was filmed by our friends in Vinyl Vlog at T.T. the Bear’s in Cambridge, MA.
The Vinyl Vlog dudes are back with a new video, featuring Toby Jeg from Red Scare Industries and Chris McCaughan from The Lawrence Arms. Check it out!
Today’s video features hardcore punk supergroup No Friends performing “Broken Windows” and “Loaded Question” at The Atlantic in Gainesville, FL during The Fest 9. Also, like many other instances, thanks goes out to Jeremy Silveira for filming this and for continuing to provide consistently great footage for us to post for our readers.
Make sure and check out Jeremy’s blog for more video.
Another Fest was coming to a close, so everyone’s spirits were starting to get a little low. Luckily, we had Frank Turner to bring it all to a close for us at 8 Seconds and pick us all back up. From my vantage point on the stage, I could see everyone in the crowd smiling and singing along, even though it was such a departure from most of the music at the Fest. How often do you see crowd surfing to an acoustic singer-songwriter? Never, in my experience anyway. I was too excited to really hold the camera as steady as I could, just because I wanted to join in singing with everyone. There was a perfect blend of old material, a dash of new, and even a cover with a very special guest. This was a fantastic end to one of the best weekends of my life. Until next year of course.
Filmed by Tighe Arnold, Chip Hill, and Sarah Mugavin. Edited by Mackenzie Singleton. Audio mixed by Trevor Oattes, recorded by Mackenzie Singleton.
See the rest of the set here.