Daniel Brady Lynch’s Bummerville has a great new record out on the mighty Graveface Records and stopped at The Jinx a few Fridays ago for a great night of music, drinking and familiar faces. The songs work well live, and the band was pretty damn tight with some shows already under their belts by the time they got to Savannah. Definitely check out Bottom Feeder, it’s available now everywhere it should be.
COEDS opened the show, and, well, COEDS rock. There were a few speedy new tunes in the set, with a surprising amount of guitar shredding in them, ummmmm, hell yeah, this is a trend I heartily support.
Last time Tampa’s Gino and The Goons came through town I bought every record they had for sale, and they were just as good this time. You probably missed them, and that’s just dumb really. No excuses next time, okay?
Greta O. and The Toxic Shock closed out the night, and it was great to get to see them again. Word on the street is that there is a new project brewing, and I’m definitely looking forward to checking that out, too.
Anyway, between bullshitting, drinking, and headbanging (sorta, you know, it was like that fast punk rock head nod thing, really), I took some pictures. Check them out.