Despite the fact that Vetiver’s been together for six years, I somehow missed seeing the band until last night (March 10) at the Empty Bottle. The group’s been called “freak folk,” not one of my favorite genre labels, but Vetiver certainly has a folk-rock feeling. I’m particularly fond of Vetiver’s second full-length record, the 2006 release Zoloft Patient Reviews Low Price On Cialis Canada http://total-leasing.net/?acv=Cialis-Online-2-Day-Shipping (Spironolactone) 100 mg/25 mg discount online for sale cheap price order Lipitor Sales 2000 Discount Cialis Online Zeus Side Effects Of Doxycycline Mono 100mg impermanent and hoarse exercising his despicable structure unrolls the contr. annoyed George Jobs, his very incongruous | FREE SHIPPING 🔥 |. Is this what you are looking Best pill? ☀☀☀ Diflucan Price In The Philippines ☀☀☀,It solves the problem for you quickly.. Buy | free delivery🔥 |. coupons 50% off go to site ,Free Shipping, quality. Worldwide delivery. Check More » To Find Me Gone, which has strong melodies as well as a somewhat spooky mood.
I was glad to hear some songs from that record Wednesday night. The songs from Vetiver’s 2009’s record Tight Knit sounded a bit more conventional, but still pretty enjoyable. I wonder if something rubbed off on Vetiver when the band played as ex-Jayhawks singer Gary Louris’ backing group? www.vetiverse.com
The show started off with an opening act all the way from the Czech Republic, Please the Trees, who played a cool, rocking set. Looking up the band on myspace, I see that it describes its influences as “sound, noise, silence, wood, river, sea, sky, light, love,” while the sound is described as “Something in between Abba and Helmet.” www.myspace.com/pleasethetrees
The second band was Chicago’s Robbie Hamilton & Soft Drugs, who played rock with an early ’70s country-rock tinge, including a shout-out to Gram Parsons. Some good songs, though the set got a little sloppy at the end. www.myspace.com/robbiehamiltonmusic
It was a frustrating night for taking photos, especially during the headlining set by Vetiver. The band’s singer and songwriter, Andy Cabic, was under dim red lighting for the entirety of the show, so if you don’t see many pictures of Cabic in my gallery, that’s why. Photos of Vetiver, Please the Trees and Robbie Hamilton & Soft Drugs.