I didn’t try to take any photos during “I Melt With You” near the end of Modern English’s staggeringly good set last night at Dollhouse Productions here in Savannah. I just wanted to flash back — way back — and…
From the Facebook invitation:
Atlanta’s garage ballroom / punk tango masters Christ, Lord bring their fantastic live show back to Savannah for a live performance on Dollhouse’s main stage. Faun and Pan Flute open and later lend their whimsical stylings to the Christ, Lord set for what is destined to be an unforgettable night of entertainment.
Christ, Lord’s set will be recorded and taped as part of an ongoing Savannah Stopover Sessions at Dollhouse Studios recorded series to be made available online via bandcamp. Local superhero heartthrobs Triathalon will close the night. Doors at 8pm.
“This will be Deacon’s third visit to Savannah. He is currently supporting his new album America (Domino Records) that debuted on August 28th. America has been described by the New York Times as ‘a dark love letter of sorts to the country.’ Rolling Stone states that ‘his music and sound-scapes depict the beauty and poetic nature of his homeland.'”
Dex Romweber put on a great show last night at Dollhouse Studios — a new venture in West Savannah. Romweber, formerly of Flat Duo Jets, now plays much of the time with his sister Sara, the drummer in the Dex Romweber Duo. Sara is a trip to watch as her long hair flies as she attacks the drums, but it’s Dex’s show — that deep voice is so compelling and crystal clear. He was sure on point last night.
Swedish performer Molly Nilsson performed a beautiful set on the second floor of The Sparetime on Monday night.