Peep through our picks for Boston Calling’s 2017 lineup featuring The Killers, Jack White, Paramore, Tyler the Creator, Big Thief, Julien Baker, and more!
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Last weekend the “Onion City” (Winooski, Vermont) was host to the sold-out Waking Windows festival for the seventh year and brought an eclectic mix of music and art to an equally eclectic city.
POND didn’t disappoint, taking the crowd on a cosmic adventure of sound, starting with a strange trip through the mind of opener of Kirin J Callinan.
“Nonagon Infinity opens the door,” are the first words out of front man Ambrose Kenny Smith’s mouth as King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard took the stage in front of a sold out crowd at The Sinclair Friday night. The seven piece psychedelic powerhouse from Melbourne, Australia made sure those in attendance were treated to a show they’d not soon forget.
Its fine if you came for the Tame Impala connection, but after catching up with Joseph Ryan and seeing Pond live, we now know what sets these tripped out rockers apart.