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Tourist Company play perky pop music

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The Owl Acoustic Lounge popped with the Tourist Company, Nov. 12. the Vancouver trio played a pretty set of perky synth-pop music which entertained a full house. The first  few songs were all about keyboards, though later on, Josué Quezada  exchanged his keyboard for a bass while frontman The Tourist Company playing The Owl Acoustic Lounge. Photo by Richard AmeryTaylor Swindells picked up a  guitar. Drummer Brenon Parry held down a solid rhythm.
 They sounded like many Vancouver based ambient  indie rock bands like Said the Whale and Mother Mother, with a touch of Jesse and the Dandelions for their more guitar based  songs. The crowd was really into their sound cheering after every song.
They played older songs as well as newer songs.
 Swindell played  several slower songs about the space race, on his own, giving the band a break.
— By Richard Amery,  L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 23 November 2016 11:20 )  
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