John had back-up singing duties with Dianogah this weekend when they performed at the Pitchfork festival 2009. He's wearing a dark shirt, and is hidden in the back most of the time. Enjoy.
Nonagon is a three-piece punk rock band that was formed in the early oughts and practices in the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago. Tell me more...
We were interviewed by the webzine Delusions of Adequacy a few months ago and it's finally up for you to read.
"Nonagon’s songs have a way of popping, no, better yet, of exploding out of stereo speakers, as if they were bottles of pressurized soda water just itching to be uncapped. On No Sun, their self-released and hand-assembled debut CD, angular guitars tear through the landscape, bass and drums lunge back and forth, and a barked refrain is never far away..."
Here are a few blurry cameraphone photos from the show:
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This was a really odd show. Two of the four bands didn't even bother to show up (Punk'n and The Oliver Twists in case you are wondering). The place was a really nice all ages hang out, but all the kids just stayed in the parking lot while the music and a screening of the film Puppy went on inside.
John was the driving force behind getting this show together. Chrsty brought a yummy cake with a frosting design by Jay.