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Seismic Preview: Viper Creek Club @ High Dive October 28th, 2010.

October 28, 2010


Well if you’re from Seattle and you don’t know who indie electro pop band Viper Creek club is by now… well man your missing the boat, so jump the fuck on board because Thursday night seems to be the perfect night to break up the week from work, and go check out a dope show in Fremont with some friends. Talented duo Brandon Jensen and Mat Wisner just recently released “Letters” over the summer, and to nothing less than critical acclaim from both local and national blogs and publications from all over the country. I can personally say I would be hard pressed to find a weak spot on the album, it delivers. Nonetheless not resting or coasting on any of the high accolades they have received, they also have had numerous remix projects not just with their album, but have worked with some of Seattle’s best and brightest shining artists as well.  But don’t kid yourself, it’s not just about the studio work they are known for, these guys just don’t hide behind the beautiful sounds created in the studio … oh no!  because live, they bring it and its no fucking joke. Jensen mesmerizes with his amazing guitar work and head shaking passion, while Mat dances, shoves and sometimes gets a little rough with his little lady (yes we are still talking about the show) also known as his keyboard. You get the picture? In a nut shell…live they kick ass. With all this said……don’t drag your feet to get to the High Dive, make sure you get there early enough to check out openers Beat Connection. These guys will certainly be kicking this shit into gear. I guarantee unless you’re a cadaver, your body is going to want to move so don’t miss them.

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