Hudson Block Party
the same confidence in the vocals and some classic catchy melodies, but still, the new songs sounded a little different with more exotic twists than ever. It is a little difficult to talk about songs you have only heard once live, but there definitively were some Samba-like bouncing rhythms mixed with vocal harmonies
Their style was nervous and badass anxious from start to finish, beaten by restless beats produced by their two drummers Jamie Levinson and Matthew Clark, decorated by the elaborated, textured reverb-soaked guitars of Alex Even and Gregory Roberts and haunted by Patterson’s voice
Looking tiny in her skinny jeans and men vest, picking up her small ukulele on some songs, or just holding the mic and letting her power-house pipes being center stage. In this beer-party filled by more than a few drunk people, she was impossible to miss, all eyes were turned toward the stage,
Their bold attitude, shared-time on vocals, and catchy rocking tunes got the attention of the crowd right away. Wearing Metallica t-shirts, long floating hairs, ripped jeans shorts, and a long black dress for one of them, they were quite active and definitively knew how to occupy the stage, more pleasantly aggressive than trying to look cute, with explosive detours during their songs.