Parlor Mob at New World Brewery (photos)

Parlor Mob:




About 50 folks came out to New World Brewery Thursday night to see Parlor Mob, B.L.O.R.R., Gasoline Heart and The Sheaks.

New Jersey based Parlor Mob play what best can be described as a mashup of Janis Joplin, Led Zeppelin and Bon Jovi, without a hint of irony. They converted a few local skeptics with an absolutely frenetic live show. One attendee said, "I never listen to this kind of music, but these guys put on an amazing show."

Speaking of frenetic live shows, Jacksonville's B.L.O.R.R. (Bastard Love Child Of Rock 'n Roll) managed to work a dozen young fans into a torn shirt, dancing tornado of hormones with their synth-driven set. Fearless Tampa Calling contributor Aly Carr managed to take a picture with their pants-less drummer.

More pictures below the jump. Some NSFW.

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