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Supercrush play short and sweet set of ’90s rock

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 Seattle’s “Supercrush visited the Owl Acoustic Lounge to share a bill with the Supervoid, Wednesday, Aug. 8.

I missed the Supervoid’s set, being over at the Slice for Rancho Deluxe at the Windy City Opry, but was just in time for Seattle’s  Supercrush’s really short set for a decent sized Wednesday night crowd.

Supercrush playing the Owl Acoustic Lounge, Aug. 8. photo by Richard Amery
 Their half hour set brought the audience back to the mid-’90s with an appealing jangling power pop /alternative rock sound reminiscent of the Lemonheads, Soul Asylum and Doughboys as well as a touch of the the Replacements.

 They played their most recent seven inch single as well as their last seven inch, to end their set which was more punk flavoured.

— by Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 15 August 2018 10:31 )  
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