Featured photo courtesy of Transmission Dallas
If you’re a fan of Sunday Funday, you might want to check out Three Links in Deep Ellum. This past Sunday, this hole in the wall brought Seattle natives Dræmhouse and The Cave Singers to Dallas, bringing chill indie-rock vibes to the venue on a beautiful spring night.
Bonus Fun Stuff: Dallas Nightlife: Little Green Cars at Club Dada.
With white lace sheets and blue lights, Dræmhouse brought their dreamy vocals and groovy bass lines to the bar, reminiscent of early ‘90s Sonic Youth. Sporting their recent EP “Only Friends,” the four-piece group gave Dallas a peek into the Northwest rock scene that fit perfectly with the overall vibe of Three Links.
After removing the lace sheets, The Cave Singers came on bringing with them more instruments than I could count. Not only did the lead guitarist have four guitars with him, he also had MIDI Bass Pedals that he used throughout. The drummer doubled as rhythm guitar on certain tracks and even had a washboard, while the lead singer added in tambourine, maracas and of course his live harmonica.
Including tracks from both their new album “Banshee” and older music, the Cave Singers became more than just a band I like on my iPod, but a band I like seeing live. Their sound perfectly transfers from the headphone to the live stage and had Three Links rocking on a Sunday night.
Coming up at Three Links: Acid Mothers Temple, Operators, Moon Waves.
2704 Elm St.
Dallas, TX | Route Map
TURF: Deep Ellum
WHAT MAKES IT FUN?
Hole in the wall venue with local craft beer in the middle of Deep Ellum.
Categories: Fun Places