Seattle, Sunset, Kirby Krackle and Tom Miller
Last night was amazing! What a great start to tour.
The Sunset Tavern is a sweet venue. They have a large corner stage and a nice back room for concerts. The projector screen came down right in front of the stage, so we had to work around that, but the crowd still gave us a lot of energy and it was fun to play. Tom Miller opened the night with his original chiptune act, laying down some groovy and tight Roland keys with his automated compositions. This is an amazing sound and I highly recommend checking him out at his bandcamp.
We were so lucky to play with Kirby Krackle. E for Everyone is a nerd-rock classic and they played the whole thing front to back, barely taking time to breathe between songs. It was a high-energy set and they had the crowd in the palm of their hand. If you haven’t heard of them you must have been living under a rock. These guys have played all over North America from fests to cons to little gigs like ours. Again, we are lucky and thankful.
That’s all for Seattle. Just having coffee at Van Gogh coffee before heading out to Portland. See you on the road!