Jason Warren from "The Record Crate" Blog recently posted a review of our show at Plush in St. Louis, MO.
"Ending the night was Logos. Another band unafraid of their influences. From the beginning notes of Queen's “Tie Your Mother Down” the audience knew they were going to see a band that takes great pride in their roots. It is not a stretch to say that the biggest influence on Logos is Rush. It is evident (aside from the fact that they are a three piece) in the their ability to take on large rock riffs and complicate them in a manner which makes the listening experience exciting. What separates Logos from other bands that have a singular influence is that they are not afraid to expand in their songwriting. Instead of trying to weave odd time signatures with futuristic tales, they make music that has an immediacy. They are not trying to write the same chords that is heard on modern rock radio, it is a part of who they are. Creating melodies that are of the moment with a reverence towards the music of the past. The same music that is played every hour on the hour. Logos is an extension of the past and present. This night at Plush happened to coincide with Cullen O'Donnell's birthday. In celebration the night ended with both The Glass Calvary and Logos teaming up on stage for a spirited run through of The Beatles “While My Guitar Gently Weeps.”"
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