L7’s Infectious Energy Is A Testimony To The Power Of Live Music L7 Had A Shortened Set At The Bash Festival But Still Killed It Like It Was The 90s
ENGLISHTOWN, NJ –
“… L7 will forever be associated with the 90’s grunge movement, but I think there’s more to their story than that. Unlike bands from the same era, L7 not only has a distinct and unique sound, but also perfected the art of molding sharp and catchy songs. Straddling the line of being grunge or riot grrrls, L7 possess a style all to themselves with an undeniable quirky, punk sound.
With hearts pounding and heads banging L7 began their set with the standout hit “Andres” off the band’s early album Hungry for Stink. It felt like 1995 again, and the passion of the crowd. L7 tore through their short (weather delayed) set dominated with high points, a reminder that their greatest asset was always the caliber of their songwriting and execution.
L7 proves that you don’t have to live in a preconceived box to be a good rock & roll band, and that well executed sonics and lyrics trump overly indulgent deliveries every day. In spite of being delayed and playing a very short set Donita Sparks, Suzi Gardener, Jenn Finch and Demetra Plakas reinforced that L7 is still one of the best live bands today…”