Barfly@ the Monarch
Slo-Mo is one of the newest & hottest acts of the moment, David Gledhill (Singer, Guitarist, Songwriter, and producer) created Slo-Mo after he started writing songs by him self, encouraged by his friends he formed Slo-Mo to produce a lot more heavy and raw sound when playing live. This week sees the release of his Debut Single Death Of A Raver just named OK! Single of the week.
David was recently paid compliment by Butch Vig, the producer of Nevermind now a member of Garbage. So we knew Slo-mo had a fantastic recorded sound all that was left was to see if they could pull it off live!
Consisting of 2 guys and 2 girls Slo-Mo formula was something of a refreshing change. Tracey Wilkinson on Keyboards & Vocal and Kim Woodward on bass & vocals with David at the front of the stage and Liam Oliver on Drums. I had been told that when the band played live they were really tight and this was proven on Monday night. The set list was short but never the less worth while watching. Playing songs off their forth coming album including there next single Girl from Alaska. This is more rocky the Death of a Raver but never the less still proving Slo-mo to be a great band.