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Vetka

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Oh! What a rockin’ weekend in NYC!

An outstanding line-up at The Hook



Friday, March 23th The night started out nice and heavy with the hair thrashing of Silence the Feedback. This four piece with their emotional and powerful front man all but broke the early silence that evening with their hard yet emotional songs. Next to take the stage was Subzert. These boys from Jersey had a really cool sound, and found a way to incorporate a D.J. with turntables, setting themselves aside from everyone else that evening. After that was a radical change in direction from Bo Quiver and The Arrows. These boys had a nice chill sound with keys and an acoustic, and you could tell how much fun they were having on stage. By the end of their set they had much of the crowd dancing without a care as they laid the rhythm down. Next up were the young punk rockers A Fist Full of Dynamite. These kids had great energy, cool transitions and just played well together. Although mainly a punk band, the guitarist played an acoustic electric, which is quite different and awesome to say the least. After this explosive set came Guido the Killer Pimp. These guys had a rockin’ sound and really cool transitions that ranged from slow to extremely fast. Setting the tone for all of this was the funky licks by the bassist, and the extremely fast drummer who never missed a beat. Next up was The Hey. These guys came to put on a show, and that they did. With the bassist in a kilt, and the drummer taking off clothes after every song, this was quite the experience. Full of energy and vibrancy these guys belted through fun and crazy songs leaving no one unsatisfied. Then came The Thoughts That Kill. Slightly older, these guys knew exactly what they were doing. They used up their 25 min. set, with only four songs. Each song was around 6 min. long and composed wonderfully, showing both their harder and softer sides. Last but not least came Streetlights. Fronted by keys and melodic tones, the evening ended on a very relaxed note. These guys belted out emotional and energetic tunes that seemed to paint a picture with every word. By the end of their set much of the remaining crowd was at the foot of the stage sharing in the groove. Saturday, March 24th The night started off very mellow with the tunes of Closed till Dark. This three piece from Connecticut, composed of a drummer, an acoustic and a lead singer belted out emotional and moving tunes that eased all in the crowd into the night. Next came the heavy rifts of Downfire. These guys were a crossbreed between hard rock and metal, and never stopped thrashing. They belted out song after song and quickly took us to a new level of energy that evening. In the same genre came Angel Vevaldi. This very fashionable band tore up their set and left many speechless. The lead guitarist shredded the neck of his guitar, and to my knowledge never even played a chord. He just tore it up like he was rockin’ a solo the whole show. Next up came the three piece Pelagia. These guys had a great stage presence, and played extremely well together. It was clear from the get go that these guys had been playing together for a long time. They were fun to watch, and each one always knew where the others were going before they got there. After that came Baldi and Suburban Graffiti. This eight-piece band was an awesome sight to see. With keys, a saxophone, and a two M.C.’s free styling, I myself was left speechless. A cross breed of funk and hip-hop, these guys had a style and sound that was all their own. Next up came Shadows Lie. What else can I say about this band, other than this was their second show ever! Playing like they had been jamming together for years threw everyone through a loop. Can’t wait to see them in a year or so. Disaster Us took the stage next and just romped it. This punk band belted through tune after tune and just nailed everyone. They kept the stage energ