CHICAGOIST, “wild-haired, garage-rock”

Photo by Joshua Mellin.  By Jon Graef in  on September 26, 2011

Speaking of fun, White Mystery, Chicago’s own wild-haired, garage-rock brother-and-sister twosome, started the festival proper on exactly the right note; a note emphasized greatly by thick guitar-fuzz and drummer Francis White’s booming, tom-tom-heavy drumming. Highlights from the group’s self-titled debut, and from this year’s Blood & Venom, effortlessly and energetically bled into each other. The duo’s set, peppered by charming, professional stage patter from soulful singer Alex White, showed that what White Mystery need to do next is put out a live album, direct from the soundboard and into listeners’ veins.  Read the rest here.

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