The Dandy Warhols are a band I would say deserve more recognition that they get. They are an act that originally emerged in 1994 and brought a breath of fresh air to the alternative rock scene, by bringing a trippy, groovy, “mod-rock” sound to the table. To this day they still have a steady following and I feel they have influenced modern indie rock bands in an immense way. This evening at Delmar Hall they brought their dark psychedelic style to rock a venue that I feel was truly made for bands like them. My only complaint is that I have been waiting a long time to both photograph and see this band live, and I was presented with very difficult lighting to work with. As their set progressed the lighting and song selection got progressively better, as I feel they were trying to build their performance to a climax for the crowd. The first 10 or so songs didn’t consist of many of their well known songs, but I often saw the die hard fans in the room freaking in between cuts on their set list. In all it was a great night of indie rock awesomeness, and I hope you were there to witness it!