Here you will find a nearly complete record of all of Nonagon's live performances. Many of the individual show reports have images, videos and commentary. If you want to browse through a more condensed version of this list, go to the quick overview page.
Our good friends at Illuminated Brew Works have invited us to play at their brewery. We will be opening for fire... literal fire... as in a bonfire.
Playing in front of a giant ROA mural and the Chicago skyline:
Let's take a closer look:
Look, Robert's kid actually came to the show:
Oh, there were also costumed mascot dancers:
Final night of the southeastward road trip. They tell us this might be an outdoor show (it wasn't)?
Here's the info from The Facebook:
$5 FIVE DOLLAR BUCKS
mathy noise punk Chicago style
heavy melodic (feat members of That's No Moon)
We're happy to have FF joining us—this will be a reunion/farewell show for them. Make sure to come out early and catch their set and send them off right!
At this point in the tour I stopped taking pictures so there's not much to see here. Paul came down for the show and we went out for food afterwards. I ordered a horseshoe. It was not good. Sorry, Champaign, we love ya. but leave the fancy-gloop cooking to the masters in Springfield, Ill.
After an excursion to the Kalamazoo 10 Theater to catch the Mad Max: Fury Road Matinee, we headed down to South Bend. Oh look, another brew pub:
It was prom night in South Bend. Unfortunately, none of the attendees strolled into McCormick's for the show. Probably due to a lack of EDM.
The evening opened with The Rutabega:
Then us, Knife and Heavy Hand played. The evening ended in a whirlwind of reverb, sweat, and fire in the form of Daikaiju:
The following morning Garth fed us the greatest doughnuts we have ever eaten:
We are off on another micro-tour of the Midwest. First stop: Kalamazoo!
People may live everywhere, but did you know they pretty much brew beer everywhere too? Had to pay homage to the Bell's Brewery before the show:
Louie's Trophy House featured many trophies including this cow thing. I'm calling "fake" here. No way that ever existed:
Tony looks so good in antlers we are just going to call him "Tler" from now on. If you see him say, "Hi!"
Hey look, it's Knife the Symphony!
And here is Brown Company...
After a little game of knifey-crotchy we all slept under the stars:
Final night of Nonagon's upper Midwest micro-tour.
Minnesota Load-in! No, it's not slang for a prison move, it's an actual gear load-in... okay that doesn't sound any better:
Night number two of our whirlwind tour of the upper Midwest.
Mark Steven Hillstrom:
In which we began a weekend trek across the Upper Midwest. First stop Dubuque, Iowa:
We rode an elevator/train thing to the top of the bluff:
Eronel is a very cool space to play:
On the way out we did some hiking at The Mines of Spain:
This was a bit more nature than Robert is used to, but we all made it out okay. The same can't be said for Julien Dubuque:
Robert recorded a bunch of video of this leg of the tour. Check back in a couple of years once he has time to edit it all together and post it.
This was Whales first show with their new guitarist Ryan.
Shanks are from Canada and rocked it with in suits with catchy, loud tunes.
Knife the Symphony
Knife the Symphony are one of our favorites and they were great as usual.
I didn't get any pictures of us, but we had a few people say this was one of our best show. I don't know about that, but we had a ton of fun and thanks to Quenchers and the other bands!