Dogleg started out with Alex Stoitsiadis, his songs, and a two-input box borrowed from a friend. Now, even after adding two members — Chase Macinski and Parker Grissom — to the group, he hasn't strayed very far from those roots. The music is DIY: it's punk and it's loud. So when Dogleg agreed to play for the second episode of Standing Room Only, I didn't really know what to expect. But with the first hints of the ringing chords on "11 AM Drunk," I was chilled to the bone, and with one broken snare and partially blown speaker later, I was still captivated and the band still playing.
Broccoli is a self-proclaimed scientist, creator and performer. His work questions the purpose and function of identity, the relationship between an artist and their work and the notion of professionalism in performance. His shows are intimate, energetic and brutally honest, wrapping meaningful insights in manifestations of latent energy. The purpose is malleable and iterative, the project under construction. And because of this, his set is constantly changing.