Geneva Jacuzzi creates retro-futurist synth pop that sounds like what could have happened if Siousxie Sioux fronted Kraftwerk and got pissed. She has collaborated with on again/off again boyfriend Ariel Pink on music and video projects and has been busy touring and performing since the 2010 release of her LP LAMAZE. We had a chance to catch up with Miss Geneva in anticipation of her show this Friday night at The Wave in Norfolk.
The Futurebirds are one of those bands I’ve had on my radar for a few years now. They opened for Drive By Truckers here in Norfolk back in late 2010 or early 2011, whereby a trusted musical pal or two started selling me the goods.
The Virginia International Tattoo is the annual event at Scope that brings together military bands, drill teams, dancers, singers, and more for an incredible and entertaining showcase of military tradition and music. There are military tattoos held around the world, and with its cast of over 900, the Virginia International Tattoo is the largest in the United States.
The NorVA gets a special treat this Thursday when they host the genre clashing electronic music pioneer, Gramatik, as he invades our fair port City for his “Age of Reason Tour.”
On a March day so cold and sharp the wind cuts like a scythe, the Buckroe Reggae crew foots out to the bandshell at the head of beach.