Freshly minted Merge band, The Love Language played to a beyond capacity crowd at the Troika Music Festival last weekend at the Broad Street Cafe. Watch the video above, and visit Aquarium Drunkard to hear another great song from The Love Language’s self-titled debut released earlier this year.
And, if you missed the Troika show, never fear! The Love Language will play a free show in Raleigh tomorrow night (11/12) as part of the Red Bull Soundclash.
It’s Durham versus Raleigh, R&B versus indie-pop, as The Foreign Exchange and The Love Language prepare to give the Triangle a battle of the bands like you’ve never seen.
Red Bull Soundclash is a unique clash of sounds, style, and creativity, where two bands with totally different music backgrounds collaborate to create an innovative live music performance. Both groups will bring their own respective styles, a clash of The Foreign Exchange’s R&B melodies and The Love Language’s lo-fi indie-rock, as they perform a variety of different songs, some rehearsed and some improvised, to showcase their musical versatility. DJ Lord of Public Enemy will be spinning on the one’s and two’s while Kyle Santillian will serve as the event’s host. YOU, the audience, also participates in the back-and-forth interaction between the bands by judging each round with your applause!
Red Bull Soundclash is a FREE 18+ event taking place on November 12 on the streets of Raleigh at the intersection of North Street and Glenwood Avenue (next to The Hibernian Pub). Gates open at 7:00 p.m. and the show starts at 8:00 p.m.
For more information, visit redbullsoundclashusa.com