Pyramid Fest 2015, organized by Casey Julian Minnick, happened on a beautiful, sunny September 26th after being rescheduled due to thunder storms. The lineup changed a bit, but the festival went off beautifully all the same. Here is short rundown of the bands!
Knuckleberry Finn started the day off with some creative punk, in what was rumored to be their last show ever.
BUST OFF aggressively took the stage performing covers and originals, attempting to channel the spirit of punk-rock.
Dissonance lived up to their name, casting out sounds of creatively interesting indie rock.
Barehands brought some serious chops from Philly, weaving a pretty mix of math rock, jazz, and experimental music.
Night Kitchen delighted us with their mellow indie alternative style.
EastWestHwy layered guitar effects, vocals, and danceable beats into fun electro-indie pop.
The Meer rocked the stage with grungy, alternative post-punk.
Treble Lifter came on heavy and strong with some angry doomy rock.
The Escape Artist unfurled blissful, atmospheric post-rock sounds across the sky.
Funky Duck had the funky groove.
Kabob-O-Taj brought on the experimental, moody prog-rock dance party.
Atlas At Last got loud and serious with some emotional punk-hardcore.
Jack Nicholson played us into the dark with groovy psychadelic funk-rock.
Cartoon Weapons closed out the fest with experimental alt-rock, and unison guitar and bass riffs from another planet.