Stormy weather didn’t deter attendees at The Electric Pickle last night. The Pickle hosted the event to spotlight local bands. The cover was dirt cheap and they gave the crowd free beer as bands played on their outdoor patio stage. While the bands sound-checked, the indoor dj spun some pretty cool cuts to chill to before the live show.
Hunters of the Alps opened their set and laid their chilled out tunes for the crowd. Their groovy drum and bass loops, crispy guitar and mellow vocals, were consistent from beginning to end. The Hunters easily kept heads bobbing throughout their set.
Palette Town closed the show to an audience full of fans. Playing tracks from their current self-titled EP, Palette Town flowed with their harmonious guitars, fast-paced drums and beeping/thumping bass to give the audience the sound they’ve been waiting for.
Even as the rain began to pour, Palette Town did not stop and showcased new material from their upcoming EP that is in the final stages of production right now, and was greatly enjoyed by those who stayed despite the weather.