Review posted on http://christyborgman.com
“Dot Hacker is one of my favorite bands to see live, so much so that I drove to the desert to see them last Sunday!
Pappy and Harriet‘s is an interesting venue; a restaurant and saloon situated in Pioneertown serving as a gateway to the Mojave desert, the Joshua Tree and good times. They have great food, lots of parking, welcome motorcycles, Lagunitas on tap, pool tables, friendly staff and a great booking agent. Their calendar always has interesting, quality music. I’m glad I finally made the trip for a concert, and not just a pit stop to/from Joshua Tree. […]” They hadn’t played in a while…Josh’s other band, (you know, RHCP…) has kept him busy, but they sounded great and played several songs off of their debut album, Inhibition, plus a new song (Floating up the Stairs) and a Tears for Fears cover (Memories Fade). Each member of the band is so talented and their songs are beautifully crafted! When the sounds are layered together live, it creates a sonic wall that just engulfs you.