4in1 Music Sessions wanted to end 2012 with a band with a plugged in session.
This time it took place at Carleton University‘s Architecture Building in the Pit
Who knew putting together a plugged in session would be hard work.
Anyways it went off well despite a small setback.
Playing at the December session were:
• Salton Sea
• The Yips
• Winchester Warm
• Adam Saikaley
• Roberta Bondar (The band not the famous Canadian astronaut)
With a change in scheduling, the first band to play was The Yips.
They sang a four song set but it was definitely a great set.
Despite being told by Carleton U security that it was too loud. (Later on it was cleared when finding the culprits :P)
You should definitely see this band.
Second was Salton Sea.
They played a nice indie folk set.
At that time I was kind of antsy to whoever complaint about the noise.
They were great live!
Third was Winchester Warm.
They also put on a great set of indie folk rock tunes.
Wish they had a bigger line to play
But it was fine on just the duo.
Fourth was Adam Saikaley.
I still think it was a big coup to get him to play.
It was a unique set because Adam was going to do a jazz set.
Adam didn’t know what to name this project.
It wasn’t just jazz, it was jazz mixed with electronica and techno.
Accompanied by his Silkken Laumann band members Rolf Klausener and Pat Johnson.
Adam was also joined by Craig Pedersen of Craig Pedersen Quartet.
Really and definitely enjoyed that set.
Finally Roberta Bondar was the last act to play.
They played an excellent loud and crazy set.
Three songs were play (But they were really long).
I really enjoyed their set.
Overall it was a great way to end 2012 for 4in1.
Hopefully it will still go on in 2013.
Here are the rest of the photos.