Jungle night brings out a wild crowd for Said the Whale

It was jungle night at Henotic, Nov. 7, as a sold out room full of costumed jungle critters, explorers and Said the Whale put on an impressive show at Henotic, Nov. 7. Photo By Richard Ameryother odd characters took in three bands performing including Montreal rap/hip hop group Velvet Trench Vibes who had the jungle a jumping in the GCBC Lounge to rap backed by live bass, keyboards and  drums.
 Vancouver indie pop band Said the Whale were the main attraction on  the main floor though as they worked through much of their CDs. They also invited opening act Hannah Georgas on stage to sing back up for a song. Throughout theyJungle people at Henotic. Photo by Richard Amery had everybody  jumping and swarming about the dance floor. Said the Whale played tight with a lot of energy and a crisp and clear mix  so the audience could hear every note of guitar, piano and  beautiful vocal harmony being performed. Their music was catchy and energetic and pure unadulterated fun.

— By Richard Amery, L.A Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Thursday, 13 May 2010 11:47 )