There was something remarkably calming watching RICHARD ASHCROFT own the stage last night at the Villa Victoria Center For The Arts. The enigmatic and sometimes volatile British frontman first broke away from the weighty arena-standards of the Verve with 2000’s Alone With Everybody, and that sentiment perhaps best sums up last night’s engaging performance from one of Britpop’s more mercurial icons and poignant voices.
THURSDAY 05.06 | THROWED
FEAT. ALL LEATHER @ Middle
This very special installment of Central Square's
biggest, baddest 18+ dance frenzy features Dim Mak terrors All Leather - with ex-members of the Locust and
Some Girls - as well as local
beat force Herra Terra. All that plus the regular damages from DJs E-Marce and
We're still not quite sure how it all happened. Here's the Villa Victoria
Center for Arts, a
renovated church nestled in a charming South End nook, effectively hollowed out
and packed full of the latest rave technology: audio-reactant video projections,
holographic LCD screens, multiple bars, loads of PBR, limitless Red Bull.
We love THUNDERDOME. We loved it when they took over the Central Square Elks Lodge. We loved it when they brought DJ Assault to the Greeks. And now that they're going 3D, we're ready to lose our shit. Our film crew will be there to capture the magic -- although how to translate a roomful of kids in blue-red glasses tripping balls on 3d graphics into 2d web video .