Show Review – The Silence Factory

Artist: The Silence Factory
Venue: Hard Luck Bar, Toronto, ON
Date: September 22, 2017

The Silence Factory, a hard-core rock n’ roll group from Windsor, ON tore up the stage at Hard Luck Bar last Friday night. From their killer sound to their stellar stage presence, The Silence Factory captivated everyone in the room – uniting first-timers, and longtime fans. Every song they played was different from the rest, all catchy and hypnotic. The chemistry on stage was electric, the audience could feel the high energy, and passion the talented trio (plus sit in bassist) have for their music. Interacting with fans throughout, The Silence Factory definitely knows how to put on one hell of a show. Playing originals like “High” – a  powerhouse of rock spirit and “Dead Heroes”, a more mellow and soulful rock tune to their cover of Harvey Danger’s “Flagpole Sitta”, every tune made erupted. Playing around with new sounds, and vibes gave everyone in the audience what they were looking for. From the silky smooth vocal to the fantastically blended guitar and drums – The Silence Factory are a force to be reckoned with. A must see.

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I’m Kait, a budding journalist, and self proclaimed feminists at the University of Toronto. I’m a full time student, full time cat lover with a passion for writing, adventure and thrifting. The local scene is what really got me into music – I love local bands, and seeing the talent that exists! I’m an indie/ alternative girl at heart but, like most, I’ll listen to just about anything.

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