Sounds Like: The White Stripes, Led Zeppelin Official, Blind Melon, Neil Young, Radiohead
Manager: Michael Shapiro
Bio: Pegged by The Boston Globe as "a darker blended rock," Orange Television is a three-piece from Northampton, Massachusetts. A fusion between the melodies and psychedelia of the 60's and 70's combined with an attitude of the 90's, gives this band their self-described sound of "pulp rock." Undeniabl... See Full BioMore Info
All day all night camping festival. very nice bands. very nice time.
We're back to Noho at the Elevens night club, Saturday July 13th!! After popular demand and the Western MA crew very much advocating for another show, we're packing our amps and bags and bringing the Pondsiders back to the spot of the EP release party to jam some more for the people we love the most! Coupled with Amherst-based Orange Television, along with the great Billy Keane of the Berkshires, the night will be twice as thrilling and twice as wild. The night of music will be top notch, as we've curated some incredible new and varying styles for your enjoyment. The Pondsiders will be playing TWO sets throughout the night so be prepared to dance and jam till late night...Pondwater (specialty cocktail prepared by the Elevens in honor of us) will be a'brew'in as well so don't come on an empty stomach if you know what I mean! We like to party, yes we do. Spread the word....The Pondsiders are back in town!! One Love, Tory
Animals and Shapes rocks The Stone Church with their adventurous rock and roll! These childhood friends formed on a hazy November night in 2011, and quickly began selling out local venues. Having mostly grown up together, it’s no surprise the music is so tight after only a year of playing as Animals and Shapes. Their debut disc, Wish Them Well, dropped on March 15th and the future looks bright for these four young men of adventure. www.animalsandshapes.com Pegged by The Boston Globe as "a darker blended rock," Orange Television is a trio hailing from Northampton, Massachusetts. A fusion between the heaviness and psychedelia of the 60's and 70's combined with a modern twist on the attitude of the 90's, gives this band a sound fighting between a dark ethereal atmosphere and an honest hard edge. Undeniably alternative, their show creates a dark, heavy, and unpredictable energy. 'OTV,' as their fans call them, have been gaining popularity across the Northeast building a fan base through extensive touring from New York up to Maine. They have been named Jam-off Winner by Relix Magazine and have played numerous festivals such as the Life is Good Festival sharing the bill with popular acts such as Dave Matthews, Sharon Jones, Allen Stone, Soul Live, and Sara Bareilles. www.orangetelevision.tv
The 3rd year of Rockinghill is here, going down the final weekend of June. Come on Thursday to rage with Jimkata, Dr. Reputation, and Dopapod! Flabberghaster plays Saturday at 4:00!