This show had great attendance and one thing that stuck out to me was the smiles on a few people’s faces. The music scene truly brings so much joy and 11:11 provides such a laid back venue for shows. I sat right beside a guy who had seen Hendrix and we traded tons of cool show stories. You’ll find amazing people at these events in Frederick.
Flo Petite – 90s alternative rock feel. This trio is reminiscent of Juliana Hatfield. Soft vocals with simple hooks consisting of various heys and woos on top solid drumming back beats and fitting guitar solos. Think moody and unexpectedly fierce. Power pop with more interesting time signatures and rhythms. Alanis Morrissette without a snarl.
Double Trouble – First show by this act. Chaotic and noisy experimental rock. Nonsensical phrases and noises are shrieked. You get crazy songs like “When I shave my booty I shave my boobies”. Along with all this mash up random sounds from some sort of amp device and a mixture of using violin bow on a small guitar and assaulting it with a slide.
Flooring – Aggressive indie rock. Chunky bass and guitars with punchy drumming. Driving riffs make every song feel like you’re driving down an open highway. They definitely have a lo-fi feel yet their sound cuts through with more clarity and a punk edge. Such an energetic and fun live act.
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Mr. Monday – Dreamy synth parts mix with the depths of the reverb drenched vocals. Vintage sounding electronic drum backing tracks keep everything in time. Kind of has that Gary Numan new wave vibe with lots of mysterious lyrics and fields of sound.
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