A musical ensamble led by Kevin Madden performing originals and covers
DeadTrains, CHACO, Whistlebot, High Vis, Moose and Mops, Drippy
Rock / Funk / Dance / Jam / Boston. Porch Tested, Somerville Approved.
The Facc-Tones, an eclectic rock outfit operating out of Cambridge, MA, are guardians of the Sacred Sounds forged by the Heroes of Rock's Golden Age. They didn't Start the Fire, but carry Its flame through These Dark Times with infinite SIRIUSness and jest, that it might Illuminate the world once more when the Winds of Change blow in fresh air to fuel the prophesied Second Coming of Rock.
Formerly known as Treehouse Live, Dewpoint is an all-original funktronica band which mixes both compositions and improvisation into high-energy shows. They have performed for 4 years in the Boston area as well as throughout New England. With influences ranging from the classic rock and funk of the 60's and 70's to new electronic artists such as Lotus, they consistently deliver danceable sets packed with soaring melodies and tight grooves for all to enjoy. Dewpoint is Hamilton Kibbe on Guitar, Alex Moran on keyboards, Dalton Markrush on bass, and Ryan Slobin on the drums.
The Odells: a wide-ranging collective offering rock, soul, and New Orleans funk played with deep respect to the originators flavored with fresh, of-the-moment improvisational interpretations and jams.
Current lineup includes Winter Hill resident Scott Farrell (guitar, bass, vocals), Andy Kearney (keyboards, vocals), Kurt Overberg (drums), Neil Overberg (guitar, bass) and guest Alex Lembo (guitar, vocals) sitting in for our friend Aaron Belyea who made prior plans to enjoy the actual New Orleans.
Clip from when PorchFest 2013: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HDf8CGhjYk
The Erlenmeyers are a 4-piece, Medford-based rock band. Playing covers and originals that stretch across genres. Reggae, honky tonk, Americana, blues, you name it. We'll rock you out without blowing your ears out.
The People’s Party, a band hailing from Boston, MA, is an eclectic mix of rock, funk, hip hop, jazz, and everything in between, dedicated to spreading love and unity in the celebration of life. The original sound borrows from a wide variety of genres. With rich vocal harmonies reminiscent of Motown and The Beatles, a thick, groove-filled rhythm section that can move from hip hop to acid jazz to rock with ease, infectious songwriting and lyricism, which varies from Paul Simon-esque to a Tribe Called Quest and beyond, a horn section along the order of Tower of Power and The Meters, and jams similar to Phish and The Grateful Dead, the music takes the audience on a wild musical ride.
Blues and rock
Eclectic — jazz, blues, rock, reggae, jam.