Turbulent Hearts’ Suzi Moon Is As Punk As Punk Can Get Check out our thoughts, photos and video from echo Park Rising!
LOS ANGELES, CA–
“…Suzi Moon and her Turbulent Hearts followed Bone Acre with a frenzy of unrelenting punk to slap some adrenaline into Bands In a Barbershop’s system. There’s really not much to say about Turbulent Hearts other than they are about as punk and punk can be. Breaking the “rules” from the outset, Suzy took the mic stand off the stage into the crowd. Turbulent Hearts then ripped through a series of fast tempo ringers, getting the crowd’s juices flowing.
I absolutely loved Suzi’s “give no fucks” attitude, and how she basically used the entire room as her stage. From the middle of the floor to sitting on the stage, to sitting on a monitor on the stage, to climbing on top of a barber’s chair, she was just playing the room the way she wanted to, and her exuberance really came through during the performances.
Hell, she didn’t even end the set from inside the venue! As her bandmates shred away, Suzi took her guitar and meandered into the street, singing to random passersbys, posing for photos at a public telephone booth, and eventually- from what I heard- hopping into a car to get some beers. Now, if that isn’t punk rock, I don’t know what is…”