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Hush Hush Noise show Lily Fawn's more electro pop side

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Lily Fawn brought her new electro pop project Hush Hush Noise to the Owl Acoustic lounge, Friday, May 24 for approximately 30 people.

Hush Hush Noise bringing unique sounds to the Owl Acoustic Lounge, May 24. Photo by Richard Amery
After a quick set of appealingly plaintive, keyboard powered pop music from Vandendool,  Lily Fawn and Eric Hogg played an intriguing set of hauntingly beautiful experimental pop music from their debut self titled CD with a backdrop of flashing green laser light shining all over the stage.

Lily Fawn started off behind her drum kit and playing the saw and singing in her ethereal, high pitched whine while bandmate Eric Hogg sang and played guitar. Both played with keyboards and sequencers.

They’re hypnotic set was pretty laid back and had a similar feel, though they broke away to play a highlight which had more of a ’50s doo wop feel. Lily Fawn switched to a baritone ukulele a few songs in which continuing to play with sequencers.

They ended their set with an up tempo rocker “Masochistic Love” which had a more ’70s style B-52s feel.

—By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Thursday, 06 June 2019 08:59 )  
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