Artists: The Everywheres, Wintersleep
When: January 13, 2017
Venue: The Tide & Boar Ballroom
Where: Moncton, NB
Genre: Fog Soul / Pop / Garage, Rock
It was a cold Friday evening in Moncton, so I was glad to get inside. My coat was checked, I had a drink in my hand and I was ready to enjoy the show. Not really knowing the Halifax band The Everywheres, I wasn’t sure what the expect. I was floored by how much I really enjoyed their sound. It’s days later now as I write this, and I can’t stop listening to their 2016 release Dignity Fever. I will be keeping my eye on these guys, they are one to watch for.
After The Everwheres finished their set it was time for Wintersleep. What an awesome band to see live. They have such energy and passion for their music, and it shows on stage. The room was packed and the crowd was pumped to have them performing for them. They played songs from their latest album The Great Detachment as well as some of their older hits.
If either of these bands end up in your city, make an effort to go see them. You won’t be disappointed!
For more photos from the show, head to our Facebook page!
Game Designer and photographer, who owns 3 guitars, but cannot play any of them, despite being able to read music, and play the trumpet. Music has always been a part of my life. From the time I could walk I used to run around the coffee table to the tempo of Dueling Banjos. I don’t remember how old I was when I went to my first concert, but I know I was so young the loud music made me cry. It was the Beach Boys btw. Since then I have tried to get to as many shows as possible. Even traveling great distances for shows. I am here to help share my love of photography and music, but capturing as much as the passion our Canadian artists give to their craft as I can.