M83, 16 Horsepower, The Crystals, Queens of the Stone Age, Spiritualized
Goner crafts great songs, combining a poetic eye for detail, a cinematic sense of place and character, and an encyclopedic love of rocks both classic and indie.
“Intense, joyful, bummery, cathartic, & wonderful.”
“Goner continuously upgrades their level of performance. It gets louder, it gets faster, this trio’s sound consistently keeps you bouncing.”
“Fist-pumping synth anthems for grown-up sots in denial.”
“Faking the Wisdom is the fourth album by Raleigh rock band Goner, and it is incontrovertibly their best. Goner has tested the limits of its power and found more, turning in a 10-song set that suggests these three guys (now all past 40) will never get old, no matter how studied, wise and bittersweet [their] observations may become.”
“This betrays a youth misspent listening to classic-rock radio back before it was "classic" and was just "rock." Plenty of capital-L large anthems that sound perfect for the cavernous environs of a hockey arena.”
It had been probably two years since we'd played Durham, and even longer since w...
KINGS, RALEIGH NC
Our first show of 2013, and the first in about seven mont...
© 2016 eMinor Incorporated
All third party trademarks are the property of the respective trademark owners. ReverbNation is not affiliated with those trademark owners.
Not listening to anything?
Try one of the ReverbNation Channels