The Stay Lows with Hunger Anthem and Gifted Children
by Cory Perla (@ExitMusicCory) - posted 11:19 am, January 7, 2011
Lots of indie rock bands will tell you what makes them tick with their words. The Stay Lows focus on creating emotion through sound. The band, which formed in 2006, has a variable sound that can evoke a range of emotions, but is hard to pigeion hole into a specific genre. That sound ranges from guitar driven Do Make Say Think-like tracks like “Are You Guys Pilots” to the jittery almost uncomfortable sound of “Business Of Taking Care” or the psychedelic progressive rock of “Back of The Face,” from their latest album Signature Bridge. The five piece from Buffalo, made up of guitarist Eric Kendall, cellist Rick Wright, bassist Jeff Delmerico, drummer Brandon Dlemont, and guitarist/vocalist Jim Schiffert, have shared the stage with notable bands like retro pop-rock band the Black Lips, rustic indie rockers Aloha and electrophiles Holy Fuck. The Stay Lows will take the stage of Mohawk Place on Saturday (Jan 8 ) with local indie hard-rockers Hunger Anthem and prolific post-pop band Gifted Children.
10pm. Mohawk Place, 47 E. Mohawk St. (465-2368/www.themohawkplace.com).