So, I think we can all agree that the Warehouse party got a little out of control (in the best way). Huge thanks to all the bands who played the show- Celestial Shore, Lands and Peoples, Heaven's Gate, Jeff Kessel, Night Manager, Black Girls, Secret Mountains, and Tiberius for putting on a downright awesome show. Also, amazing light installation from Andrew Thomas. We ended the night with shots of georgi and epic R&B dance party that was both unforgettable and really hard to recall.
Black Girls from Richmond are versatile and funky. Sometimes they channel the creepy-yet-beautiful vibes of indie masters like Modest Mouse ("Devil Out There") and others they sound like a soulful Sly and the Family Stone mixed with modern funk like Maroon 5 ("Get Off"). Whichever way they come, they bring an incredible stage presence and jammed out with the audience!
Secret Mountains, how you intrigue me. You've got that neo-gothic Portishead vibe going on, laced with clear and delicate vocals, but then again, you're so psychadelic. You've been reviewed by the NY Times but still remain totally obscure. You rock really hard but then you shoegaze away. You're great, that's all.
Tiberius, ending the night in noise rock ambience that blended lots of rock genres- prog, post-rock, experimental. Think of a darker and more concise Explosions in the Sky. They jammed out hard and brought the crowd to a whole new level.