Balance and Composure and Bleeding Fractals at The Flux, West Philadelphia (Drexel). April 26, 2013

This was one of the most intimate shows I have ever been to. The Flux is located in the basement of one of Drexel University’s buildings and has a very small stage. This particular show was not very crowded despite the popularity of the bands playing. Bleeding Fractals played loud and with hostility. Their set energized the crowd and showcased some great young talent. The perfect opening for Balance and Composure.

I have seen Balance and Composure numerous times, and it was a once in a lifetime experience to see them in such a small, uncrowded venue. The crowd was still pushing, shoving, and crowd surfing, all right up in front of the stage. B&C was great, played all their best songs and performed every song perfectly. The energy and raw emotion that came from this band felt so close and really hit you hard. I am sure I will see Balance and Composure many more times, but I will always remember this show due to its intimate setting at The Flux.

 

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