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WAXAHATCHEE is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 10.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful Gig Great vocals by the enigmatic Katie Crutchfield mixed with lovely acoustic guitars and driving rock guitars. Wonderful lyrics and above all else STYLE! Thank you ladies
Date published: 2018-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hipster central hosts America's finest Waxahatchee was on form, playing a nice mix of old and new, with acoustic and electric sounds. Nice venue, beers in cans, open walkways, beards, funky hair dos, jeans that were too tight, and too short, too many people smoking knowing it kills you and a space that needed air con. It was a nice gig in a nice space in a nice part of town.
Date published: 2018-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Waxahatchee Splendid at the Oval Space Waxahatchee released her album Out in The Storm last year which was stunning and my favourite of the year by far but circumstances prevented me from seeing her then so I was delighted to be able to catch her this time. I was not to be disappointed. Katie Crutchfield and the band appeared at 9:30pm to a large crowd with many getting to the front as soon as the doors opened two hours before. What happened over the next hour and a quarter was simple acoustic perfection, the band storming through all of her latest album plus previous work to a very appreciative crowd. It was all heavenly. Support was from Ex Vöid who were dressed all in pink with one member having a mullet hair cut, are these back in fashion? They were interesting and the crowd liked them but were perhaps not at the same level as Katie and her band. However they clearly have potential to go further so check them out.
Date published: 2018-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great show First time seeing Waxahatchee and will definitely look out for there next tour in Leeds!
Date published: 2017-09-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst gig in many years Love the recordings of this band but the live experience was dire. Rattled though the songs with no attention to the audience, the sound quality, was appalling, and the band went off after about 30 mins. Great way to lose fans.
Date published: 2017-09-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Waxahatchee are awesome Wicked band own every album and were better than I hoped :-)
Date published: 2017-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Gig! I loved watching Waxahatchee at The Garage. I saw Waxahatchee a couple of years ago, when they were touring the Ivy Trip album and they were really good but this time they were so much better! Katie Crutchfield seemed to be having a lot more fun and the sound was a lot better. Last time was at The Electric Ballroom and the sound wasn't great, you couldn't hear the lyrics and Crutchfield didn't say much between songs. This time she was cracking jokes, the sound was clearer and it felt a lot more lively. It was also one of the few gigs I've been to recently where people weren't talking all the way through. That's one of my biggest bug bears. But I didn't hear anyone at The Garage talking, which was a relief! A great gig, I would recommend seeing them. Katie Crutchfield's grungy, poppy, anthemic songs sound so good live and so do the quieter ones. And Allison Crutchfield's support was great too! Although I thought her vocals were a little drowned out, I still loved her set. The keys sounded nice and her catchy songs made me nod along. Always better to see a band you love live. Highly recommended.
Date published: 2017-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What a difference! Magnificent! What a difference 18 months makes! Compared with her performance in October 2013, she sang 21 songs instead of 14, and the performance lasted an hour instead of less than 40 minutes; and she spoke a lot more than 7 words – and with confidence and a smile! Her whole demeanour was greatly changed: whereas before she barely established eye contact with the auditrence, she was relaxed and confident and she seemed to enjoy engaging with the audience: she smiled as soon as she walked on stage and addressed the audience with a few words of greeting. Her performance was powerful: indeed, many songs were performed with a real venom, a contemptuous scowl or snarl. Sadly, especially in the first 6 numbers, she struggled to make her voice heard above the four guitars and drums, but the last four songs, which she sang on her own, were magical. And what confidence to stand centre stage and perform such intimate, confessional songs, especially the last one ‘I Think I Love You’, which was truly moving. She also looked very different: long, curly hair, bright confident eyes, grey cardigan, red blouse, black knee-length skirt and black tights – altogether a powerful statement. A wonderful performance!
Date published: 2015-11-06
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