Last night, Brooklyn’s The Loom put on a spectacular show at The Melody Inn. A sizable crowd turned out to hear songs from the band’s full-length debut Teeth. The album showcases the unique instruments and voices that serve as the driving factors behind The Loom: satisfying vocals, strong guitar, French horn, and a dynamic percussion section.
The band was featured on NPR Music’s ‘World Cafe‘ last week. The Loom lived up to and surpassed the buzz created by Bob Boilen and friends. Fellow Brooklyn artist Cat Martino served as support along with Dan Snodgrass from The Bonesetters, The Bears of Blue River and Daniel Paquette.
Indianapolis music fans turned out in droves despite the poor weather Monday night. MOKB Presents had a nice showing at Radio Radio for Shonen Knife. The Japanese chicks played Ramones covers for a cult-like contingent of early punk fans.
Listen to the entirety of Teeth below. Purchase the album via The Loom’s bandcamp page for $10.
Written by Rob Peoni