By: Andrea Holz October 24, 2013
Great beat! Perfect way to start the set. First song was bouncy and fun. Very danceable! I loved it! All of their music made me want to dance and cheer for more! Acoustic on the last song was intense and was like pure ear seduction.
Often bands lose the audience when transitioning into their next song, but this band kept the beat and they all look like they are having a great time. The audience mirrored their enthusiasm.
By: Tiffy Thompson October 24, 2013
Generic, early 90’s alternative sound, vocals off key at times. Tight instrumentals, sure-footed bass lines and capable guitar, but vocals were pedestrian at times.
Affected atmospheric moodiness, polite asides with the sound tech, sizeable throng of young female admirers summoning occasional whoops and swaying.
By: Tiffy Thompson October 23, 2013
Feverish, frantic metal spewed out like a bursting dam. Tight, thunderous drumming and haunting minor chord progressions are accentuated by two singers working in tandem. The auditory equivalent of being fucked by a metal rod, in the best possible sense of the term.
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