Write Minded Electrify the Aggie after the Opening Acts Rock Out with the Crowd

Sam Mouton singing as pink, green, and blue light shines down on him with Wilson Slaughter (left) and Forrester Tamkun (right) in the shadows.
Sam Mouton singing as pink, green, and blue light shines down on him with Wilson Slaughter (left) and Forrester Tamkun (right) in the shadows.

Write Minded is one of those bands that is a joy to see live, and as were the bands that started out the night: The Great Salmon Famine and Project 432. The scene for the rambunctious bands was the sticky-floored Aggie Theatre.

The night got off to a uniquely entertaining start with The Great Salmon Famine making sure the crowd had a superb dance and laugh. Project 432 followed and proceeded to amp up the crowd with emphatic guitar play for the main act from Fort Collins, Write Minded. The local band took to the stage to find the Aggie was packed.

Write Minded let their swarm of fans know their appreciation for coming out in such unexpected masses by stepping up to produce a spirited performance. Their energetic display was full of classic Write Minded rampant head-banging and dynamic engagement with the crowd.

One can really tell that Write Minded practice their movement on stage. No single member demands the spotlight, instead sharing center stage and demonstrating their unquestionable talents together.

For a sample of what Write Minded is all about, check out their video filmed in Fort Collins.

Also from Fort Collins, The Great Salmon Famine are a riot! Their energy is transmitted through groovy sound waves that compels everyone to dance and enjoy life. They have a big gig coming up at the the Bandwagons Magazine Battle of the Bands final on Feb. 23 at the Moxi Theater.

Project 432 can rock! They have amazing guitarists (Nick Wimer and Zach Goplen) whose fingers move so quickly they are a blur, and a drummer (Mark LeBlanc Jr.) who’s solo will make you sweat by just watching him.