Twiddle & Aqueous Trade Sit-Ins, Crowd Surf, And Play “Ghostbusters” In Buffalo [Watch]

first_imgTwiddle and Aqueous brought their jam wares out to Buffalo, NY last night, playing the first of a two night weekend run at the Town Ballroom. The sold out crowd was eager to catch both bands last night, with Aqueous coming out of the gate with a strong opening set before Twiddle closed it down with two big sets of their own. Both bands collaborated with each other and dug deep to create priceless concert memories that won’t soon be forgotten.Aqueous opened the night, coming out strong with their song “Strange Times.” The real highlight of their set came in the middle of their song “Numbers & Facts,” when the band welcomed out Twiddle bassist Zdenek Gubb to accompany them on their debut performance of “Express Yourself.” The N.W.A song saw Aqueous’s Evan McPhaden rapping through the bars before crowd surfing while Gubb held it down on the low end. What a wild time!Check out full video of the show below, broken into three parts by TheKamherst. Setlist: Aqueous | Town Ballroom | Buffalo, NY | 3/4/17Set: Strange Times, Second Sight, Numbers & Facts > Express Yourself* > Numbers & Facts, Don’t Do It* = NWA cover, Zdenek Gubb from twiddle on bass, Evan McPhaden on MC dutiesSetlist: Twiddle | Town Ballroom | Buffalo, NY | 3/4/17Set One: Blunderbuss, Polluted Beauty, White Light, Brick Of Barley, Carter CandlestickSet Two: Wildfire, Indigo Trigger, Dr. Remedies, Latin Tang*, Lost In The ColdEncore: Ghostbusters Theme*** = with Mike Gantzer** = with Mike Gantzer & Evan McPhaden[Photo by Tim Merrill] Twiddle hit the stage thereafter, bringing two five song sets to keep the energy high throughout the whole night. The group really found their groove in a great version of “White Light” in the first set, and kept up the jamming through the whole show. They welcomed Aqueous’s Mike Gantzer out during “Latin Tang” in the second set, and would also surprise fans with a “Ghostbusters Theme” encore to close out the night. “Ghostbusters” also featured Gantzer and McFadden from Aqueous, as the additional musicians added some energy to the stage.Check out videos of “Latin Tang” and “Ghostbusters” below, courtesy of TheKamherst.last_img

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