The Districts with Duncan Fellows & Deeper

My friend bought into a sweet deal offered last year from Margin Walker Presents and gets two tickets to a show each month. This is the one she selected for January and I was the lucky plus one! Thanks Lauren!!!

This was an all ages, sold out show and I knew almost nothing about the band before I went except for a brief listen on Spotify. It was definitely a younger crowd and there was even moshing (that’s what they called it back in my day) during the Duncan Fellows set. I guess you could call moshing, it was more jumping in a group and felt a lot safer and jovial.

Duncan Fellows is a local Austin indie-rock band that I had heard of before but never gave much thought. They had a little radio play on KUTX but it hadn’t caught my attention. I’m glad I was able to catch them open the night up. They were great. In fact, of all three bands, they were my favorite! All of the dudes in the band sang along to the songs, even if they weren’t at a microphone and it gave me the feeling that these dudes really love their music and love being in a band together. They clearly have an Austin following and I am part of the group now too.

Deeper was a band I would not likely see again. It just wasn’t my jam. Honestly, the crowd didn’t seem to dig it as much either. The lead singer would yell all the lyrics rather than sing and it was just a little too hard rock for my liking but hey, if that’s your jam, check ’em out.

The Districts hail from Pennsylvania (Lititz area) and released their first album in 2012. This indie-rock band of dudes were great and provided a fantastic show. I thoroughly appreciated their respectful attire. The lead singer wore khakis with a tucked in shirt and the bassist also tucked his t-shirt into his jeans. Kids these days may be a lot of things but they aren’t sloppy… well, at least some of them were trying anyway.

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