And so to Sneaky Pete's for the first time since it's revamp from Vodka Red. It's a cute little venue and great for intimate gigs, although the sound was a bit rough this evening.Super Adventure Club
are bonkers. Metal power chords, crazy time signature changes, yelping vocals and jazz flute. They're amusing and fun but can't say I would ever feel inclined to buy a CD.
I find Adam Gnade
a bit poor to be honest. His spoken word travelogues over acoustic guitar are nice enough, but it's not uber interesting and his pretty shambolic delivery means his show is less captivating than it could be.
This time, I actually remember Youthmovies
. Starting off with some of their less accessible, more complex tracks, I was a little baffled. I can appreciate the talent and how well the band must gel to chop and change throughout the songs, but their are long sections where my interest fades. But as they warmed into their set and the songs turned a little more pop…