Concert Review: Darwin Deez, April 5th, Black Cat

In a Moveable Feast, Ernest Hemingway says “Since I had started to break down all my writing and get rid of all facility and try to make instead of describe, writing had been wonderful to do.”

I am not Hemingway (in case there were any doubts). But I am going to do my best to follow his advice to say what is true, without reverting to adjectives/metaphors/comparison, to epitomize Darwin Deez.

“He is tall in a two-dimensional way. He sings feelings but not in a serious manner. He inspires moustaches. He exudes fun. He dances in a structured way but it is not choreographed. When he dances he makes people love him. It is clear why his fans love him. They laugh. The set is simple. His show never bores because he moves and sings and laughs and reacts well to the reactions he gets. If I were to talk to him I would say congratulations, you have done something different and it worked. Don’t change it. And don’t cut your hair. Ever.”

And, on the very off chance you didn’t find that Hemingway-worthy, let me evoke the “a picture is worth a 1,000 words strategy” (look above).

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One Response to Concert Review: Darwin Deez, April 5th, Black Cat

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