Published Oct 25, 2010The dreary grunge pop that Crosss filled the Seahorse Tavern with kept a packed room surprisingly attentive. Surprising not because it wasn't good, but because, while wonderfully woozy and loud, the band were possibly a bit challenging for the unacquainted. The lo-fi psychedelic sounds Crosss aim for on record hit a little harder in a live setting, making the songs sound brighter, and the band's amiable if not a little reserved stage presence gave a new dynamic to the songs as well. The Rick White-influenced tracks almost took on a slowed-down Nirvana-esque vibe on stage, and it was a good way to hear them.
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