Tuesday, June 6, 2017

REVIEW: UNLIKELY HEROES/First in Flight/ Life Size Models at Bottom of the Hill 5/12/17

San Francisco's legendary Bottom of the hill was venue that hosted Unlikely Heroes headlining concert, supported by First in Flight/Milpitas C.A and Life Size Models/San Jose C.A. 

Life Size Models/San Jose/indie

(below) Began their show with a new line up of members, & original songs. 
The set was fast, loud and filled with punk themed rock n roll and even a few original ballads, like Dramamine. After their set , they took a moment to interview with us, and inform their fans about their latest news, shows and recording status. 

First in Flight/Milpitas/Dance Rock

Performing songs off their latest EP: Hold on the Highs, 
This  band came in with a lot of crowd involvement, with the first song of the set, 
setting the stage for an evening of participation ,dance ,"shredding"and sing along . 
Taking influences from 80s synth and nineties party rock, First in Flight unleashed a whirlwind  of genres and jams in a modern stage presentation.
Preview their set, in the video below , and
 checkout the backstage video interview. 

UNLIKELY HEROES/San Francisco/Hip hop/Punk rock

In their first "headlining" show, These local stage favorites cranked up the sound and energy another notch, as they performed their slew of original fun and flow tracks.
 Lead by Enon Gains on lead vox, Atlix Martinez on lead guitar, 
Ruth Marin on bass and Jeff Wilson on drums, this band went all out , 
in performance and entertainment, including various NEW SONGS, and 
fan favorites like "Been up for days." (one of my favorites to hear. )
Check out the videos and interview at Bottom of the Hill below. 

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