Up next was the draw for us - the folk/electronic act Share... and share they did. AJP Sisk joined forces with tOS's Kyle and Nick for the set. I was surprised to see no computers or drum machines on stage as Pedestrian mixes programming into the organic textures throughout, but the band omitted the electronics for the performance. Using Kyle's excellent stand up bass work to keep the tracks moving, Sisk was free to meander around the stable foundation of the tracks.
Despite the mellow vibe of the tracks, Sisk showed lots of energy and his banter helped keep the set from slowing down. If you weren't there, knowing that the band shared members and played country/folk, you'd assume the sounds were the same, but while the Olympic Symphonium tends to speed up the pace, Share seems content to stroll along and enjoy the journey. Highlights of the set included Silhouette and the fantastic harmonies on the Great Before.
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