Live Review: The Werks at The Big Up 2011

The Werks channel the best part of classic jam rock, they just do it their way. Slightly psychedelic synthesizers and electro-dance beats integrate unnoticeably into their down-to-earth roots. They refresh festival lineups, giving people something old and loved in a new and personal light. After unsuccessfully navigating the lucid mania of the barn stage during OTT’s set, I stumbled into the woods stage with. It was the first time I had seen the entire area packed and moving in unison. Shredding amidst a beautiful, glowing stage were The Werks. It was impossible, in that moment, to capture the energy of the woods. Playing on a dark stage, lit by the luminescence of the set’s unreal decor, The Werks killed Friday’s late night at The Big Up.

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