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Car Seat Headrest aren’t your typical rock band, and if you wanted an indication as to why, we have one tonight – they’re on stage 10 minutes early.
And, quite honestly, we can’t remember the last time a gig started on time, let alone before.
(On the other hand, Toledo’s touring guitarist Ethan Ives moves and plays like each of his limbs are attached to strings, controlled by a puppeteer with a nervous twitch.) Toledo has a knack for crafting songs that build and build and build, almost deceptively so, like on “Drunk Drivers/Killer Whales”, which grows out of sweetly strummed chords and, before you know it, launches into a pounding chorus, with that lo-fi aesthetic of the recorded version replaced by a fist-swinging heaviness here.
There’s time for some interludes, including a surprisingly congruous cover of James Brown’s “I Don’t Mind” – as Toledo explains beforehand in his trademark mumble, “We throw some stuff in to keep ourselves entertained…
both define rock and roll as synonymous with rock music.
Someone who’s passionate about music, who’s pretty awesome to be around and of course, who loves Kerrang! If you’re getting bored of the classic dinner date, and have found yourself going to the same restaurants, ordering the same food and having the same conversations, then why not shake things up a little? Admit it - you’ve been living in your hometown for a while now and you still don’t know where the museum is, you still haven’t climbed the church spire and you still haven’t visited that major tourist attraction that you tell all your friends about!
Now how about finding someone to share your summer with?
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and hopefully you’ll be entertained too” – but by and large, this is a rousingly rough and abrasive set.