All of these guys’ songs were really exciting and fast-paced. I was about to say that I especially enjoyed a particular one of them, but honestly all three of these dudes had great things to add. The singer played bass, and he did both very well. It was hard to hear his vocals on the PA, but the stuff he was doing on bass was all very interesting. The drummer was going full force the whole time, and the energy was great. The guitarist did some of the most interesting squealing effects I’ve heard in a while.
Most memorably, Humors played a song which the singer said was about burning his house down. That particular song was instrumental, and I could totally imagine a house burning down to those sounds. The guitarist really pulled together all those great squeals on this one. In fact, this is the song that my bandmates also pointed out as their favorite afterwards.
There’s a lot of great stuff in Bloomington. Rachael’s Café seems like the place to go for venue shows, and the atmosphere there is great. Many thanks to them, Luther, and Humors for a great show!