Berlin / White Trash Fast Food / Dead Meadow + The Sun & The Wolf

Posted: November 14, 2013 by vals81 in Berlin, Blues, Stoner, White Trash Fast Food
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The Sun & The Wolf (6/10)
Start 21:05 / End 21:35
This site has already talked about the Berlin based band The Sun & The Wolf when it opened for No Age some weeks ago. So, this time we were not surprised by the show, which was a proper opening one. The band’s Psychedelic Rock prepared the right mood with good vibrations, and it gently accompanied the audience to the 70s psycho-masters.

Dead Meadow (8/10)
Start 22:00 / End 23:25
As per usual, Dead Meadow didn’t miss the chance to perform live in Berlin, with the joy of all the 70s sound lovers. The American band recently released its album “Warble Wombs”, hence this gig was loaded with expectations about the live version of the latest material. Dead Meadow’s peculiar combination of 70s Psychedelic Rock, Blues and Stoner Rock did not disappoint, and the mix between heavy songs and ballads was harmonious. The band entered the stage on a keyboard base with a geometrical fluid moving pattern projected behind, which accompanied and supported the whole performance. The small venue was fully packed; hardly breathable air permeated the place, but one would stand everything to appreciate live the sweet abuse of Dead Meadow’s Wah-Wah pedal. A great exhibition by one of the top bands carrying forward the psychedelic 70s sonorities nowadays, with full dedication, honesty and appreciable results.

Venue: White Trash Fast Food
Price: 13,90€ at Trinity Music
Setlist: Dead Meadow

Berlin, 13.11.2013

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