By: Andrea Holz October 23, 2013
Sound 5 /5
Folky and delicious. A beautiful musical treat. The band kind of sounds like the lead singer of Coldplay joined Mumford and Sons. Satisfying ambient. Very pleasing. I found them to be very easy to listen to.
Lead singer Jon Matte doubles as the trumpet player making for an intimate and enjoyable show. He begins one of the songs with a lovely Latin riff on the trumpet. Their performance is inviting, making you want to get closer and the feel was mutual amongst the audience. It was wonderfully crowded.
By: Josh Parsons October 23, 2013
(photo by: Myles Herod)
In true Rock ‘n’ Roll fashion, Satellite Hearts cranked their amps all the way to 11. They whipped through and array of songs that covered various territory within the gigantic rock umbrella with unrelenting fury. This, however, was at the expense of dynamics. It seems like Satellite Hearts have a single setting, loud and hard, and if you’re not into that it might be hard to relate.
By: Shelby Monita October 21, 2013
Big and loud, roaring guitars and drums from some fierce ladies.
Not knowing much about the Beaches, I thought the performance would have been more laid back, but I was very wrong. High energy and aggression, it was impossible to look away.
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