Delusive Relics jam at Hatbox

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For the Monitor
Published: 4/2/2019 12:33:44 PM

Electronic music band Delusive Relics brought theatrical entertainment to the Hatbox Theatre on March 22.

Frank Nik, Anis Oveisi and Vanessa Hale took the stage, immediately drawing in the crowd with masks and dramatic outfits.

Hale’s powerful vocals kept the audience at the edge of their seats, and Nik and Oveisi’s keyboard playing was artful and engaging. Hale also included some interpretive dancing in the set, which added to the dramatic and compelling vibe of the concert.

They performed songs from their recent album, Chaotic Notions, as well as some new material. Among these songs were “Painting Off a Body” and “Commanding Machine,” a song about the taking over of artificial intelligence. During “A Woman’s Diary,” a music video played in the background, which gave the audience a deeper understanding of the song.

They closed with a song titled “Push Them Away.”

After the show Nik, Oveisi, and Hale met with people who attended the show. Their friendly and outgoing personalities were a perfect way to end the invigorating show at the cozy theater.

Opening for Delusive Relics that night was Senie Hunt showing off his skillful and entertaining guitar skills, playing songs such as the title track to his studio album, Songbird, a perfect song for early spring. He also covered George Ezra’s song “Budapest,” adding his own unique sound to it and leaving the crowd in awe of his captivating voice and guitar mastery.

(Caron is a high school senior VLACS student who is interested in pursuing music journalism.)


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