DOORS: 8 pm, Show: 10 pm / $7 advance / $10 Day of / ALL AGES
A Review from The Musical Junkie:
This band from Houston, Texas has nailed the lost art of 90's alternative rock and sprinkled it with a littler flavor of classic rock. Ricky Dee brings brings out a noisy tone from his guitar and sings in a mixture of their influences. Noe Kimes has excellent fills pouring out of his bass which many bassists don't succeed in. Sammy Reyna bring a very tight and organic feel to the band, he is trained in afro cuban and jazz rhythms so playing this type of rock&roll is a very enjoyable experience for him. On their Reverbnation account there's a song Three, Listen to it to understand how amazing the drummer really is. "Brief Conclusions" has a strong "Velvet Underground" influence especially in the laid back vocal melody sung in the style of Lou Reed. "Wake Up" is a noisy Mudhoney inspired jam. The song is layered completely with a loud fuzzy bass. "Kocaine" starts with a subtle bass line and then it's thrown into a fast current of a wild river. There's a solo that might melt your ears. "That Day Long" is a really catchy 80's punk rock like gem. The vocals are sung in a "Hendrix" manner. The bassist really shines on this track. "Downer" has found a way to pay tribute to their influence and make original music at the same time. They don't fall pray into sounding like a copycat band. If you feel nostalgic of the rock music of the 90's this is the band to check out. ~The Musical Junkie~
It is called "Downer" with quotations because every quote is open to interpretation, such is life.