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Brenna Lowrie joins Unbroken Circle for experimental rock

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 It is always great to see local musician  Brenna Lowrie play live.

Brenna Lowrie jpoining Unbroken Circle on keyboards. photo by Richard Amery
 She made a long awaited return to the stage, March 18 at the Owl Acoustic Lounge backed by a solid band including drummer Clayton Smith and bassist Kurt Ciesla.

 She played a strong set of powerful ambient , haunting indie rock music, mostly focusing on music from her latest CD.

Lowrie remained on stage, this time standing behind a keyboard to play with local band Unbroken Circle, who had so many members that a couple of them had to play standing on the floor instead of the stage.

Unbroken Circle, fronted by Adrian Sutherland played a long, loud, weird set of experimental, ambient noise created from bass, keyboards, mandolin and ambient guitar which sounded like a mix of darker Pink Floyd and Tool.

 Sutherland brought back a few memories of his punk trio Advertisement, by thrashing around on stage, wandering onto the floor and bellowing.

—by Richard Amery, L.a. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 29 March 2017 12:44 )  
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