Photo by R.Mirsky
- When: Feb. 16, 2012
- Where: Rancho Relaxo, Toronto ON
- Who with: Hue, James & Blackburn, Illitry
- Dusty Bones
- Young Enough (Ukulele)
- Till the End of the Day (Kinks cover)
- Southern Ontario
- Raise Your Dead (Ukulele)
- Laura’s Song (Ukulele)
Shows like this past Thursday at Rancho Relaxo are why we play live music. All the bands sounded great, the crowd seemed to enjoy themselves as much as we did, we didn’t have any technical difficulties AND the sound was amazing. We should probably retire now.
Something clicked earlier in the evening when we decided to start the set with “Tortoise”. We usually ease in to that one, so it definitely signaled a “show them that 2 people can rock pretty damn hard” approach to the set that was a lot of fun. We also brought out the ukulele again for a few songs, which seemed to go over well (especially during “Laura’s Song”).
The whole shebang was put together by the good folks at The Indie Machine, so we definitely recommend checking them out for future shows.
If you’re looking for a less biased recap of the show with some great pictures (not unlike the one above by our pal R.Mirsky) check out the writeup at Buyingshotsforbands.com. If nothing else that review reveals the scary fact that some people are actually listening to the nonsense that Paul says between songs. Scary indeed.