In this short and long while of three years, we have learned that being on the same page is what bonds a band together, therefore it is really important. Also, we have learned that it is harder than we thought when it comes to getting “economic rewards”. We have barely recovered a small part of what we have invested in this band. That’s why it is key to be on the same page, and to leave money ambitions aside for a while.
Taken individually each of these songs has something glorious that sets it apart from the rest. They offer different and enlightening world views, the metropolitan flavour of Kenya’s landscape, two spectrums of the most powerful sentiments in the world and at another end the dance of life and death.
The bands on this night represent varying aspects of time and place. Parking Lot Grass are necessarily the present forces. Although they can do with a bit of improvement, they are still sufficient. Rash borrow from the strength of the forefathers like Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden, AC/DC and Judas Priest, reinforcing the foundations of today and bringing hope for a better tomorrow. SVNL on the other hand represent what this kind of alternative scene is. Something greater than anyone of us, unconstrained by time, notions of right or wrong and showing there is indeed no limit to ingenuity.
Rash’s fifth single is based on the state of the world today where everyone is a slave to one device or another, cold and distant. Zombies in the truest sense of the word.
Keep your eyes peeled and get ready for the next gig in town featuring awesome bands like SVNL, ParkingLotGrass and Rash. SVNL are one of the oldest bands in the country having been formed in 2002. they are working on an EP and have two demo’s out that you can check out here Rash on […]