It's how rock stars should be:
"When I think of concert audiences, I think of people screaming to hear a favorite band, people swaying to the music or maybe even dancing, and having a nice brew or two while checking out a group. I did this on August 30.
I did not expect to hear screams of agony pouring forth behind the mix of guitars and cello on stage. I was startled, gazing into the audience for the source only to realize that it was not the audience but the instruments themselves. This ghost-like experience gave me the chills.
AristeiA takes the strong droning guitar-work of Explosions in the Sky and adds to it cello and vocals for a sound that reverberates and washes over audiences from quiet melodies to drowning noise—and everything in-between.
I was surprised at the power behind the group before me, adding to it a strong stage presence and friendly after-the-show demeanor, running around the Doug Fir basement shaking hands, giving hugs, and dancing to We're From Japan.
It's how rock stars should be."