September 7, 2008


Filed under: Music — Chris @ 10:54 pm

I’ve never seen a band try harder or better succeed at re-contextualizing rock and roll as a visceral experience and forcing an audience to respond in kind than Monotonix tonight at the Bowery Ballroom. We’re talking serious any-more-and-you’d-be-GG-Allin stuff, here. They got New York indie rock nerds to mosh. It looked something like this, only much more crowded:

Oddly, they were opening up for the Silver Jews, who were resolutely un-rock-and-roll, un-visceral, and dissapointingly uninteresting.


1 Comment

  1. not bad…they got a little bit of that MC5 thing goin on

    Comment by vj — September 14, 2008 @ 10:06 pm

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