|Concert Review: Applied Calculus release show
(02 Nov 2003 at 16:48)
|I went to WRCT's CD Comp "Advanced Calculus" release show last night. |
The Constantines (from Toronto): Acceptable, clean indie rock. They were all tall and skinny like they should be.
We Safari (ex Anti-Flag): Surprisingly cool. One guy on a rhodes piano doing his best Thom Yorke impression, while the other guy played breakbeats on his bizarrely mix-n-match drumset. The breakbeats were pretty impressive.
Creta Bourzia: So, I finally saw these guys. My song "Greta Bourgeaux" (on AAD #3 many years ago) was inspired by the name of this band. They're like gigantic football players playing really loud rock and screaming.
The Modey Lemon: I've seen these guys before. Extremely noisy fuzzed-out cock rock.
The return of Don Caballero: Don Caballero is back from the grave. Damon Che is the only member still in the band; the other three are some guys from Creta Bourzia. They played some new and old songs, and while the old songs had a strange "cover" quality to them (not surprising), they did rock pretty good, and Damon did kill the hell out of his drums, and most importantly, the new material seemed fairly interesting. I won't be surprised if this band self-destructs, too, but I will be a little sadder if it does...
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