2015: Kids Like You & Me Presents: The Monsieurs, Atlantic Thrills, Feral Jenny, ACLU Benefit – Lilypad
2013: Fat Creeps, MiniBoone, Bunny’s A Swine, Pile – O’Briens Pub [REVIEW]
2009: Mission of Burma + The Neighborhoods +Faces On Film + Jimmy Tingle – Somerville Theatre
No shows in the record books.
Never been to a show on January 20.
First show in KLYAM history on January 17 – tonight – in 2020!!!
DOG, Children of the Flaming Wheel, G. Gordon Gritty – Deep Thoughts
2015: Kids Like You & Me Presents: The TeleVibes,Future Spa, CHARLIE, Ben Tan – Cantab Lounge/Club Bohemia
2016: Halfsour (Album Release Show), The Barbazons, Kindling, Fucko – Cantab Lounge/Club Bohemia
2010: Mission of Burma- Paradise (REVIEW)
KLYAM Recommended Happenings:
THURSDAY, JANUARY 2 – JESUS DRINKS FREE @ The Haven in Jamaica Plain. Free. 21+. 9 PM to 1 AM. The first Thursday night of every month, DJ Dan Shea and cohorts (this time: Nadav & Spnda) spin soul, r&b, country, and yes certainly Gospel, for believers and non-believers. Calling all lovers of old time music from the ’50s through the ’70s.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 4 – NICE GUYS, Minibeast, Service, Freaking @ Great Scott. 21+. RTT Presents. A strong night of punk ‘n noise.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 10 – KARAOKE @ The Lilypad – 10PM to 1AM. $5. Karaoke with Erica & Maria has now become an institution.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 17 – DOG, Children of the Flaming Wheel, and G. Gordon Gritty @ Deep Thoughts in Jamaica Plain. $5-10 sliding scale donation. All Ages. Noise behemoths and utter legends DOG make a come back to Boston! Children of the Flaming Wheel are coming off a FIRE performance at our recent Holiday Party at Dorchester Art Project. Yours truly and band will open the show & expect the unexpected.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 18 – Baby Baby, Thighs, Lane, Russ Waterhouse, Frigid – Banshee Den, Everett, MA. All Ages. A new, DIY spot in Everett? This is one to pique curiosity. And the line-up is just as weird as you’d expect.
WEIRD ENERGY is
Wild, unkempt industrial chic
Haunted house roque
Shea likes alien voices and Grasscity
Trying to one up you with a vast, near academic knowledge of noise rock
Checks the box: will open for Lightning Bolt at Sinclair
This is like punching that Jimmy YouTube channel in the cheek
We’ve all been there, sometimes you just got to do it.
Our first ever December 4 show TONIGHT: Lightning Bolt at The Sinclair.
But not just Lightning Bolt. A new noise behemoth is opening – a teen band out of Brookline, calling themselves Brookline Community Teen Band. Like an early Guerilla Toss. Wow we’re getting up there in age!!!!!! They’ve got one song on Bandcamp.
The propitious debut from outlaw country outfit The Glue Whatever Sticks is now on BANDCAMP. Whatever Sticks was released by KLYAM on tape in late 2018. Rave reviews followed and those without a tape player were left in the wild, wondering ‘how can I listen to this amazing band?’ For this performance, the group consisting of leader Lil (vocals/guitar/keys), Lena Dips (keys/bass/vox), Yoyopa (cello), sleuth (Sax), and Satchmington Forresterson (writer) ventured to Basin Bay, Lake George, NY. Close affiliate James Coarse was behind the boards. Six originals and three covers – this is a pure and intimate release.
The Glue will be performing alongside Coarse’s Whip Appeal for our Hungover for the Holidaze party at the Dorchester Art Project on Friday, December 20. Metaphorically roast chestnuts!