“Cranked-up,” Chicago Concert-Goers
Posted Thursday, October 11th, 2012 at 4:20 am
White Mystery hit the stage next. Miss Alex White was so eager to play that she launched the show five minutes early, as soon as she and her drumming brother, Francis Scott Key, finished soundchecking, oblivious to the stage manager’s urging to wait. The hometown duo tore through a blistering set of cranked-up, garage sounds, rocking and rumbling with fierce passion. Alex sang with innocence and commitment while playing guitar hero. Francis bludgeoned his kit like he was trying to destroy it. The band drew fans to its hometown performance like a magnet while playing songs such as the perfect opener, “White Mystery,” “Birthday Song” and the closing “Take a Walk.”
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