Shoreworld: The Grip Weeds – How I Won The War

If the title of The Grip Weeds’ new record seems oddly familiar, it’s because some of us crazies know about the 1967 John Lennon movie of the very same name. What it doesn’t tell you is that when it comes to identity, the band’s bizarre moniker pays acute homage to …

by   |  08/26/2015  |  Comments (1)

Shoreworld: Wild Adriatic At The Wonder Bar; Asbury Park Live

Wild Adriatic – The Wonder Bar – Thursday, Aug. 20

Talk about timing. Wild Adriatic just reached out to me about their new music as I was getting ready to launch this upcoming show announcement. Elmthree Productions, in conjunction with Dark City Entertainment, present a triple threat of raw, rock …

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Shoreworld: Deal Casino – Nika; Paint Night At Art629 Gallery

Deal Casino – Nika

Deal Casino is back with another unique viewpoint on modern musical communication. Armed with four heavy-duty and commercially viable missiles, Deal Casino takes a shot at everything from dedicated love to the soulless, gold-digging monsters that haunt our consciousness on Nika.

Deal Casino continues to …

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Shoreworld: Sharkmuffin – Chartreuse

Sharkmuffin is a frequent area visitor that hails from the mighty, mighty burg of Brooklyn. I have to be honest, when I first heard the name, I thought that it was another Williamsburg band picking up stakes and driving their Penny Farthing into a town packed to the bursting point …

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Shoreworld: Exhibit No.9 – Suprimitive; Asbury Park Music Foundation Goes For The Grand Slam

Exhibit No.9 – “Suprimitive” Featuring Atle Østrem – Aug. 1-31

Tom White and his staff at Exhibit No.9 are back with another journey into the center of your mind. And while it’s true that on any given night you can see original offerings of art on Cookman Avenue, “EN9” cull …

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Shoreworld: The Vansaders – Jumping At Shadows Record Release Party – The Stone Pony – Aug. 22 – Opening For Social Distortion

Back with a fresh new view on the ever-changing universe of modern music, The Vansaders roll into our tourist-packed Shoreworld with a brand new EP that is quick on the draw and easy on the ears. The band tends flourishing, homegrown pop rock from the gardens of The Offspring, Pennywise …

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Shoreworld: Frankenstein 3000 – Save The Planet

When you listen to music currently offered today, emulation is fairly common. Whether it’s because we’ve come full circle as far as the basic language of music or it’s because there just isn’t much positive subject matter in the world gone mad. But whatever the reason, it doesn’t stop anyone …

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Shoreworld: Bobby Mahoney And The Seventh Son – The Outskirts

Bobby Mahoney is a songwriter that has managed to create a smart balance of influential salute and independent direction. Often featured in local events including the annual Light Of Day series, Mahoney could have easily chosen the widely traveled “Thunder Road” and settled into the same career comfort that many …

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Shoreworld: Griffin House – From Nashville’s Music Row To New Jersey’s City By The Sea

Griffin House is a Nashville singer/songwriter quickly making his presence known on our eastern coastline. Raised by All-American parents in the quiet suburbs of Springfield, Ohio, House knew early on what he wanted to do and how he was going to make it happen. Beginning with his early days as …

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Shoreworld: Graham Parker; Exhibit No.9’s ‘Normal Is Boring’

Paramount Backstage Presents: Graham Parker – The Most Restless Night On The Planet – June 27

Sammy Boyd is leading the way as the area’s most creative promoter. Instead of just shoveling an overabundance of crazies into a room featuring too many bands and not enough sanely priced booze, Mr. …

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