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Dyeing Merchants play laid back Sunday

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Sundays are a slow day for most people, so if they do go out —  and very few do, they  usually want to listen to something to chill out to.The Dyeing Merchants playing laid back indie-rock. Photo by Richard Amery

 That being the case,  a handful of people were at two laid back Sunday shows, Aug. 14.

 A handful stopped by the Owl Acoustic Lounge to see Victoria based indie rock trio the Dyeing Merchants.


They shared the ambient, layered and textured Radiohead meets U2 sound that a lot of west coast bands are doing these days.
 So the two guitarists and drummer laid down a mellow set of clean, delay heavy music  reflecting those influences. They had some interesting sounds and hypnotic melodies, just putting people in the mood to relax.

— by Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor

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