It’s a Mr. Small’s night in Pittsburgh. As we like to do with Indiecent Exposure, we’ll skip the formalities of “OMG this is exciting” and “I hope they play this song” and help you out with something about the artist that you can:
Alright, my bad. I posted this late. The concert already happened, but you know what? We’re back in the swing of concert season so just kind of bear with me. Before we go any further:
Friend Yinzster on Facebook so you can follow the Yinzster PGH page on Spotify. I wish it wasn’t so damn convoluted, but it is. I’m posting the top ten rated songs, and in some cases my favorite albums, from bands that will be playing in Pittsburgh in the upcoming three months. I’ll be revising this each month, all year, and sending the concerts that have already played back into a playlist called “Past Pittsburgh Concerts”. If anyone wants to follow this and is having trouble, just comment on one of my Indiecent Exposure pages and I’ll be happy to help. It’s one of the best ways I can think of to stay on top of upcoming shows.
Okay, Cults. They were cool. Their hair was marvelous. Anything you see published about them only shows Madeline Follin (the lead singer) and Brian Oblivion (I didn’t make that up). To be honest, I found Gabriel Rodriguez, a touring member, to be the most impressive. Follin seemed really interested in the approval of someone in the balcony, i.e. she kept waving to someone specific in the balcony, which was at the same time cute and kind of off-putting. But I don’t write concert reviews, so I’m just going to leave it at that. I’ll be up on these shows before they occur moving forward, I super promise.