Attended three shows here over the summer; funky place with ok staff, average food and somewhat high/ arbitrary ticket pricing for off the wall bands that basically work the same vein.
$25 is cool, for these folks $45 less so.
Sigh lines are problematic unless you are on the balcony rail, be prepared to que for doors, and "stand your ground" against dc latenicks who will attempt to forece themselves on to the rail with their diminutive arm candy.
Sound system is described in the trades as "expensive, German and loud" Unfortunatly it's obnoxious in the same way that guy in the Merc or Bimmer flashing his lights is. Far too bass heavy, with piercing treble..
YeaI know it's rock, but this is 2013, not 1973. I expect to hear individual instruments and have clear vocals. Loud and bassy does not a great system make.
As a musician / sound engineer I had high hopes, but won't be back. It's disappointing to have a artist bring a nice rig with vintage guitars and cool amps and have them be totally lost in a thunderous wash of kick drum and ice pick treble...
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