Logbook Bunka about this awesome show in Philadelphia. Colectivo Bunka, only official mass media authorized to take RBV’s pictures. – Logbook Bunka sobre este increíble show en Philadelphia. Colectivo Bunka, único medio oficial autorizado para fotografiar a Red Bacteria Vacuum.
Pedro Suarez. U.S. Correspondent
Date: Saturday 07/16 2011.
Venue: Festival Pier, Penn’s Landing.
Summer tour on, like the America’s land tour with two bands that represent accurately the East and West. Therefore, the nearly 1,000 attendees enjoyed a show that was worth the wait under the blazing sun (36 degrees Celsius, 97 degrees Fahrenheit) to enjoy 3 hours of two musical styles into a stage.
Since we entered the venue located on the banks of the majestic Delaware River was very strict custody: prohibited the use of cameras, tape recorders and video cameras or other similar device (including smartphones) during the show in both groups. Therefore, Colectivo Bunka was the only media authorized by the event organizers to take the official pictures of this awesome show which they contracted the virus of Japanese punk good ears of all people rockers in the Delaware Valley.
Although their presentation lasted about 35 minutes from 8:00 p.m., it was enough like appetizer for the feast of sound that gave A Perfect Circle for an hour and a half, which sounded the most important songs from their three albums. But all said that Red Bacteria Vacuum is an excellent band that is winning new fans with this tour again and they consolidate the ever-increasing presence of J-music in our continent. At 10:30 p.m. the concert was over, we headed to the clubhouse under the leadership of Audrey Kimura (arigato!) and although the interview was short (due they speak a little English) was very funny where we learned a little more of them, especially that their inspiration for their songs are films of all types and their bit but successful knowledge of Mexico and the desire to play in South America.
Red Bacteria Vacuum continues touring toward to the U.S. South but it was gratifying to receive a sound discharge in Philadelphia that made heads shake and clap your presentation with the hope of an upcoming appointment with the good J-music in the East Coast.
Note: the recorded excerpts interview will broadcast on Saturday July 23th in Bunka, Sonidos de Oriente radio show at 2:00 p.m. (Colombia Time) / 3:00 p.m. (ET). Coming soon!