Last weekend The New York Times unleashed one of their writers on our show apparently with instructions to make convoluted juxtapositions and backhanded compliments — or were they convivial positions and forehanded contradictions? We report, you decide. In any case, a good time was had by all, thanks Javelin!
“…What Cheer? Brigade, a punkish, face-painted brass band with a dozen or so members, who alternated between the stage and the dance floor. They were thrillingly competent, with undimmable energy. All together, it was an explosion of good cheer from the greater Providence, R.I., area, serious in its frivolity.” (full article)