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Live at Maha: Bob Mould and Digital Leather

Bob Mould is an icon but he played with a vigor and vitality during his early evening slot at the Maha Music Festival. There's little more to say than that, as he covered his entire career in but and pieces during his hourlong slot. Digital Leather meanwhile continued its exciting evolution. Two synth players added to the aggressive guitar, bass and drums trio give a dimension that's been out of the equation for a...


Live at Maha: The Thermals

It's starting to cool off nicely as Criteria rip through a set of punk-pop post hardcore guitar wrangling tunes. They have a lot to follow after the Thermals ripped through 45 minutes of indie punk anthems. Unlike their energetic set earlier this year though, the midday Maha crowd didn't jump about. Instead they too the Thermals as an enjoyable upbeat afternoon listening experience from their blankets and chairs....


Live at Maha: The Millions

Lincoln's the Millions will once again be missed. The alternative dream-poppers, who were on major label subsidiary of Polygram Records in the early 1990s, played the final set of their brief reunion. The set showed a seasoned professionalism despite the band's lengthy hiatus. The band is anchored by Lori Allison's breathy, but powerful vocals and guitarist Harry Dingman III's shimmering, beautiful guitar lines....


Live at Maha: Thao & The Get Down Stay Down

It's interesting to hear the change in the sound of the Maha Music Festival once the lineup moves from local and regional acts to national, regularly touring indie acts like Thao & Get Down Stay Down. Once Thao Nguyen and her band took the stage, the professionalism oozed. Songs were arranged intricately on many songs with a cool confidence. The band mostly plays tuneful indie rock/folk, but smartly buttresses...


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