Incus – at Ceremony – Review

May 1, 1997

With three drummers, Incus is totally about rhythm. The crowd begins moving. Banging on the sculpture, Neubauten clangs chase each other though the club.

SNFU – at The Middle East – Review

February 1, 1997

So there I stood, uninvolved, as I watched SNFU go through the motions of retching up a sorry-Johnny-one-note performance. I don’t like them in a club either.

Cake – at the Orpheum – Review

December 1, 1996

Cake hop from the rockabilly stylings of “Stickshifts and Safetybelts” to the more driving rhythms/almost hip hop stylings of their hit, “The Distance.”

Type O Negative – at Avalon – Review

December 1, 1996

They ran through their Goth dirge classics in a blur of lights, smoke, and seductive vocals. Steele’s voice, while soothing and tranquil, was making me sleepy.

Tori Amos – at Harborlights – Review

October 1, 1996

You can’t say she doesn’t have diverse musical interests. Violet lights swirled as she launched into “Purple Rain.” Yes, by Prince. On a friggin’ organ.

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