Positive Negative Man

Positive Negative Man (+- Man) is Pete Tomilloso, bass and vocals; Mike Feeney, guitar and vocals; Eric Gibbs, guitar; Deth Zoom, drums.

Positive Negative Man mixes a number of influences to form a music that is a bit different.
The melodic tones come from Pete Tomilloso. Pete was from Seattle. Pete's formally played with the Cheats and Monsters of the Deep. Moved to Boston.

Kristina Blanchflower

Kristina wants to be your friend and she’ll be good at it.

Hailing from central MA and currently living in Somerville, Kristina has emerged as a musician who presents a unique melding of lyrical charm, coupled with distinctive instrumental crafting.


Jon just completed a six-year tour of duty on the Somerville Arts Council where he served on many Local Cultural Council grant panels and helped program the music stages for ArtBeat, the annual festival in Davis Square. He has also been hosting the Breakfast of Champions radio show on WMBR 88.1FM since 1984, back when Alternative Rock was just called New Wave or Punk. When he's not curating or DJing, he works as an actuary and plays the theremin (but not at the same time). He and his wife Christina live in Somerville and had their first child this past October.


Nemes is an unquestionably unique 5 piece rock/folk band from Worcester, Massachusetts. Led by duel frontmen Dave Anthony (Guitar/Vocals) and Josh Knowles (Violin/Vocals), the band brings what Worcester Magazine calls “a nuclear power plant's worth of energy” to any venue they enter. Energy isn't the only thing Nemes is focused on though. The band's songwriting, involving memorable lyrics and catchy hooks, will always be at the forefront, followed by a wide array of top-notch musicianship.

Dirty Water Brass Band

Born out of an unstoppable need to just get out there and play, the Dirty Water Brass Band is surfacing out of the catacombs of Somerville, MA, generating an oftentimes raucous but then again sometimes subtle sound that could be defined as music from the bayou and beyond. We are Mary Curtin (alto sax), Jamie Pierce (tenor sax), Jim Overly (sousaphone), Todd Page (trombone), Gary Smiley (trumpet), & Don Stevenson (drums); Alan Lenarcic (founding member/sax)

Mount Peru

Thom Valicenti started Mount Peru with two and a half tunes scribbled on some bar napkins, with the intention of making a band comprised of a few of his best drinking buddies, that would be versatile enough to operate in a few different styles: 60's Pop, 70's Glam, and 90's indie rock, along with some vintage Country, Soul, Blues, and Folk noises stirred into the mix.

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