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Melt Into Place: These are some good friends of ours. Get ready for funky bass, thumpin' drums, searing guitars, and in-your-face vocals. Our Burgundy: Proudly serving your melodic noise since 2011.
Melt Into Place farewell show!
Sounds Like: Our Burgundy, Mind of Ein, Astrela, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pearl Jam
Bio: Melt into Place, formally named Subject to Change, formed in late 2010 and though a series of fortunate Craigslist ads, random encounters, trial and tribulation, good times and bad times and Facebook messaging, the Subject to Change materialized. Through a series of additional transformations and...See Full Bio
“The Narragansett area natives, Melt into Place, took to the stage next. Their familiar dance-funk song “Reflections” opened the set with all the fix-ins: bass solos, front man Pat Pilkington whipping up the crowd and blistering guitar solos from Robinson. The usual pulsing dance beat very visibly got the crowd up on their feet. Their set chugged along, traversing through psychedelic, funk, rock, metal and so much more only to close the set on a relatively new number, “Locals got Soul (Buster).” The song opened with a very steady build; the audience could tell that something was coming and it was going to be big. Enter the verse: a huge pop of funky guitars and bass ala Red Hot Chili Peppers and lyrical work commanding the audience to get back out to the streets and see some local music, “smash the radio, defy the stereo.” Throw in some more high speed guitar-work drawing up of Robinson’s hard rock roots and you found the soul that locals got. ”