Concert Reviews

Woven Hand at The Oriental Theater, 11/16/12


WOVEN HAND @ ORIENTAL THEATER | 11/16/12

Shrouded in a moderate haze of fog colored by lights, Woven Hand took the stage as a trio, sounding a bit edgier than in times past. Delay and reverb on Chuck French's bass formed whirlpools of low end around David Eugene Edwards, who was clearly being carried along at times by an unseen spirit he embraced and shook off throughout the show, while drummer Ordy Garrison play rhythms that showcased his deft ability to accent the songs with textures and atmospheric flourishes.

See also: - David Eugene Edwards of Wovenhand on the influence of Middle Eastern music - Album Review: Woven Hand - The Laughing Stalk - Live Review: Woven Hand and Michael Gira at the Oriental Theater, 3/24/12 - Crime and the City Solution at the Oriental Theater, 10/18/12

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Tom Murphy is a writer, visual artist and musician from Aurora, Colorado. He was a prolific music writer for Westword and a documenter of the Denver music scene.