STEVE MOORE’S PRIMITIVE NEURAL PATHWAYS + LIVE REVIEW.
The patrons inside the Brooklyn Bowl thought they were just out for another night of fun, laughter, and live music…..the ones that survived will never forget that terrifying evening.
It was just another typical fall saturday night at the alley. The bar was packed, the lounge was occupied by beautiful women, and the lanes were crowded with bowlers and onlookers. The dance floor in front of the stage was packed with all walks of life displaying their favorite dance moves. As the house music faded and lights dimmed to a faint glow, a certain unease filled the air. The silhouette of a man crept out from the shadows of the stage and took a seat behind an array of keyboards. The sounds that began unfolding out of these machines stopped the patrons and bowlers dead in their tracks.
The unnerving sounds and pulsating rhythms were being produced by none other than Steve Moore himself. Instead of performing songs from his vast catalogue, Moore created one long movement that was equal parts Unsolved Mysteries and dance floor worthy. Some were so frightened they could not move and others became possessed by the beat. Either way, he captivated the alley by inducing the people in a trance.
Here at Camp TNUC we are big supporters of Steve Moore and all his efforts, but can you imagine the people who had no idea what they were about to experience?! Even as a fan you can never be too sure……I’m sure a few high games were jeopardized and first dates became real creepy. However this is right up our alley (no pun-intended)
I wonder if he considered playing the soundtrack to the bowling horror film, ‘Gutterballs’, as his alter-ego Gianni Rossi?