Going to a show doesn’t always yield a mind-explosion of an experience where creativity, passion, and talent is so apparently soaked within the musicians performing on stage. In fact this type of show experience is a rare jewel whether you are seeing a gigantic mainstream group or a local act like, I don’t know, lets say, Orange County’s Lowly Spects. I beheld a rare jewel, a diamond in the rough, if you will, last Thursday at Santa Ana’s Constellation Room where one of the strongest shows I’ve been to in a long time took place in celebration of the release of Lowly Spects’ new album, “The Hardest Man to Love.”
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There’s a reason why album release shows are so exciting. It affords the fans the opportunity to experience brand new material in a live setting then listen to the studio version on the way home from the show. I had never seen the Lowly Spects live nor had I heard any of their recorded material so I was curious to see what all the buzz was about. I had the chance to witness a pretty special show at the Constellation Room for Lowly Spects’ EP release on December 13th and while this isn’t a concert review, it’s definitely worth mentioning that these fellas put on a hell of a live performance.
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