Getting a Good Vibe (IFD pt.1)

Once upon a time, many many moons ago last December, I Fight Dragons played at Vibe Lounge. It had been a while since I saw them last (I’ll mention more on that in the next post), so there was no question of whether or not I’d go see them. As it so happened, the show was opened by three local talents. I could probably write a dissertation on the pros and cons of not showing up until your main act comes on stage, but basically I will sum it up by saying, by doing that you will most likely miss out on discovering pretty cool new artists who could be right under your nose.

First to grace the stage was Space Cadet. With a fast and clever lyrical style, pay attention or this cheeky guy will sail right over your head.


Space Cadet and the Chicken Men?? 8D




Up next was a band called Three Chord Me, punk band from Massapequa with catchy tunes and a rather crazy and energetic lead singer.






After, we had Electric City Chargers, a punk/rock/something band with that kind of sound you just can’t go wrong with. The only thing that made me a bit sad was that their bassist got stuck in traffic and couldn’t make it, so I wasn’t able to get any shots of him. Alas, next time.






And that will be it for this post. I encourage you to click those links and check all these guys (and gal) out in the meanwhile! I will be keeping an eye out for sure. ttfn.

Woohoo for part two!

One thought on “Getting a Good Vibe (IFD pt.1)

  1. Pingback: This Is The Post That Never Ends or at least took a really long time (IFD pt. 2) | .chasing a breath.

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