SHOW REVIEW: Broken Social Scene at Summit Music Hall, Denver 10/5/22
by Adam Perry for LiveForLiveMusic.com
Broken Social Scene set up shop at Denver’s Summit Music Hall on Wednesday to continue celebrating the 20th anniversary of its breakout album, You Forgot It In People. Just a block away from Coors Field, the sort of vast venue frequented by many of the arena-rock giants influenced by Broken Social Scene, Kevin Drew and co. presented the 1,100-capacity warehouse venue with a wall of sound befitting of a much bigger space.
The Toronto darling’s key members (sadly missing drumming wiz Justin Peroff) took the Summit stage just after 9:00 p.m. with now-grey hair and indie-casual clothes like a musical army. Drew, once the coolest man in indie rock, was understandably more subdued than 20 or even 15 years ago, sporting a big black baseball cap and black sweatshirt, moving around the stage to provide vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards, and even bass.
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