WUSC Presents… Latenights
The last band up for WUSC’s concert was Latenights, who stopped more than one college student in their tracks while on their way to class. This was another band I’d never heard previously, and was very impressed by. Between songs, and while working out the kinks of a technical difficulty, the band’s improvised moments to fill the silence was better than things I’ve heard from bands playing their greatest tracks. They even played a bit of the King Of The Hill theme song, and you can never go wrong with a band that takes great requests from the crowd.
I missed their show with Dead Surf this past Friday, but I’ll be sure to catch their next one. If you’re not in the area, you can always listen to their album on their bandcamp page (and even download it for free): http://latenights.bandcamp.com/album/latenights There is also a link to their Facebook page there so that you can be alerted to any future shows.

WUSC Presents… Latenights

The last band up for WUSC’s concert was Latenights, who stopped more than one college student in their tracks while on their way to class. This was another band I’d never heard previously, and was very impressed by. Between songs, and while working out the kinks of a technical difficulty, the band’s improvised moments to fill the silence was better than things I’ve heard from bands playing their greatest tracks. They even played a bit of the King Of The Hill theme song, and you can never go wrong with a band that takes great requests from the crowd.

I missed their show with Dead Surf this past Friday, but I’ll be sure to catch their next one. If you’re not in the area, you can always listen to their album on their bandcamp page (and even download it for free): http://latenights.bandcamp.com/album/latenights There is also a link to their Facebook page there so that you can be alerted to any future shows.

WUSC Presents… Latenights
The last band up for WUSC’s concert was Latenights, who stopped more than one college student in their tracks while on their way to class. This was another band I’d never heard previously, and was very impressed by. Between songs, and while working out the kinks of a technical difficulty, the band’s improvised moments to fill the silence was better than things I’ve heard from bands playing their greatest tracks. They even played a bit of the King Of The Hill theme song, and you can never go wrong with a band that takes great requests from the crowd.
I missed their show with Dead Surf this past Friday, but I’ll be sure to catch their next one. If you’re not in the area, you can always listen to their album on their bandcamp page (and even download it for free): http://latenights.bandcamp.com/album/latenights There is also a link to their Facebook page there so that you can be alerted to any future shows.

WUSC Presents… Latenights

The last band up for WUSC’s concert was Latenights, who stopped more than one college student in their tracks while on their way to class. This was another band I’d never heard previously, and was very impressed by. Between songs, and while working out the kinks of a technical difficulty, the band’s improvised moments to fill the silence was better than things I’ve heard from bands playing their greatest tracks. They even played a bit of the King Of The Hill theme song, and you can never go wrong with a band that takes great requests from the crowd.

I missed their show with Dead Surf this past Friday, but I’ll be sure to catch their next one. If you’re not in the area, you can always listen to their album on their bandcamp page (and even download it for free): http://latenights.bandcamp.com/album/latenights There is also a link to their Facebook page there so that you can be alerted to any future shows.

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