Who: Bon Villan, Rachel Romu, Most People
When: April 11, 2019
Where: The Piston, Toronto, ON
The Piston was brimming with a Soulful Songstress, Electronic Beat Impressions, and Alternative Indie Pop escapes. Sometimes, the smallest venue holds the most unique sounds.
Rachel Romu, from Thunder Bay, Ont. adorned the stage with soul. Not letting anything stand in her way, including a temperamental guitar cable, she gave us her sweet yet compelling notes. Her sound reminded me of Fiona Apple and brought me back to some early Alternative pop tones.
Bon Villan, a Toronto Electronic trio, delivered complex sound layers, and danceable beats to The Piston stage. Switching from vocals, and a more than one instrument, you can hear all the influential music genres. You will walk through a most unique soundscape, almost as if you were seeing a live movie soundtrack, and then find yourself ending up dancing with the beat.
Most People More Toronto hidden music gems, carry a sound that has an electro/ 60’s pop feel, with a little George Micheals vocal. Yet another compulsion to get up and dance, including band choreography, Most People were a merry trio, serving up the last of the night’s energy.
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