The Take: NXNE Live Review
Performing at El Mocambo, heavy-tone garage rock duo Indian Handcrafts. Think DFA1979 having sex with the Black Keys.
“This is a love song,” spoke the drummer before rocking my face off. I’m sure that most of the people at the show were there to see the Rusty reunion, but it’s still great for a band like this getting the good audience they deserved. Even Ian D’Sa (Billy Talent) showed up.
Indian Handcrafts played a solid set, and it’s obvious they care about their music. I suggest you see them whenever you have the chance, if not for solely for the fact that I am convinced they will be bring a battle axe on stage in the next short while. This is not speculation, they said they want to, and I’m all for it.