© Jeff Parsons
Who: Red Sparowes
Where: The Garrison, Toronto
When: April 17 2010
What do you do when you don’t have a lead vocalist? You give birth to expressive sounds and melodies that can captivate (or traumatize). The Los Angeles progressive post-rock band made a pit stop in Toronto, playing in front of a curious crowd at The Garrison. Though their sound is far from mainstream, the quintet struck a chord with the audience with muted alternative rock journeys built with precision and a taste for headbanging.
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