TVD Live Shots: Resavoir, Valebol, and Luke Titus at Lincoln Hall, 1/18

Saturday night’s Tomorrow Never Knows Fest show at Lincoln Hall saw some of Chicago’s finest musicians come together to put on a multi-genre show that felt like it could melt away the snow that was piled up outside.

Drummer and producer Luke Titus started the night off with mesmerizing drum beats mixed with catchy guitar riffs and sultry vocals. Titus shared with the crowd that he liked to name his songs after colors because he associated his emotions with colors, and when he’s writing songs he feels emotional and the color helps the music paint a picture. He really connected with the crowd, so when his time was up the audience was left wanting more.

Valebol, the pop collaboration between V.V. Lightbody and Daniel Villarreal, were up next. Mixing lyrics in different languages with vocal distortion and synthesizers got the crowd up on their feet. The highlight of their set was when they brought out their cover of Kylie Minogue’s “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head,” which left the crowd singing along loudly as they reminisced about this early 2000s pop hit.

Comprised of arguably some of Chicago’s most unique musicians, Resavoir took the stage to a crowd that had been eagerly awaiting them all night, frequently sharing quick nods of enthusiasm over their musicality amongst friends between sets. They sure did not disappoint. Mixing modern jazz with harmonizing vocals and soft hip hop beats, Resavoir is a band that knows how to get the crowd moving. Each musician on stage was impressive in their own right, so together they truly form a powerhouse band that left those in attendance wanting more.




This entry was posted in TVD Chicago. Bookmark the permalink. Trackbacks are closed, but you can post a comment.

  • Alternative Text
  • Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text