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Sun Up Sun Down add groove to screamo

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Edmonton emo/ screamo rock band Sun Up  Sun Down put a new twist on the genre at the Slice, Saturday,  Aug. 31.


 Sun up Sun Down is the sound of a woman in pain. I have no idea what front woman Kitrina Brodhecker was screaming and yelling about. She jumped all over the stage and into the appreciative audience of approximately 25 including band members.Sun Up Sun Down’s Kitrina Brodhecker at the Slice, Saturday, Aug. 31. Phoro by Richard Amery


 Unusually instead of loud, dissonant, distorted, high energy guitar, here band of guitarist/ vocalist Adam Mountford, bassist Brielle Morrison and drummer Ayden Limon Falcon laid down a tight, laid back groovy backdrop for Brohecker to do her thing over top of.

She put on quite the emotional show, she wandered through the audience, bellowing into her mic and almost fainting  onto table tops and  the edge of the stage from the efforts of her exertion.


 I missed a solo show by Sil Campus as well as local band Morii.


 I caught the last couple songs from Calgary alternative rock/ screamo trio Still There.


 They were as expected. They played, loud, impassioned, high energy emo/ screamo rock with the drummer doing most of the screaming.
 I would have stuck around, but I didn’t want to miss a long awaited visit by the Fates.

— by Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 03 September 2019 10:42 )  
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