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Vic and Gab @ Pianos

Vic and Gab Pianos

Vic and Gab were the first band on a great line-up at the Wild Honey Pie show at Pianos last night.

An indie-pop band of two sisters from Milwaukee, Vic and Gab played guitar and bass with 2 other band members — a drummer and a percussionist/Korg player.

They’re a really young band, and it’s exciting to see a band with a lot of potential at the early stages of its career.

Pianos Vic and Gab

They could talk more in between songs so there’s not dead silence, but I was impressed by the electric guitar playing and the intricate drum beats.

“Anything For You” is their catchiest song — the second vocals that come in at the end (“I’ll try, for you”) are perfect:


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Big Scary at Pianos

Big Scary, the Australian duo of Tom Iansek and Jo Syme, played at Pianos last night (Wednesday October 24th).

Big Scary have been a band since 2006, and they released their first songs back in 2008 .

The electric guitar driven “Gladiator” as well as the keyboard driven “Falling Away” were really great live, even for people in the audience who hadn’t necessarily heard the album versions of those songs.

Big Scary ended their set with “Purple” off of their Vacation LP, which sounded a bit out of place (it’s more aggressive, with a spoken word chorus) compared to their other songs.

Check out Big Scary’s website & Twitter!

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