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The oOohh Baby Gimme Mores — Indie Week

Submitted by on October 25, 2014 – 10:40 pmNo Comment

_MG_6612Adelaide Hall was the scene of some incredible music during Indie Week.  One of the standout bands that performed at this venue were the The oOohh Baby Gimme Mores.

Their music, stage presence, and audience participation is amazing. They’re style is blend of dance, grunge and punk that is really infectious and after a song or two really get you in the mood to dance, mosh, and crowd surf.

The last on that list is pretty difficult especially in a venue such as Adelaide Hall but OBGM fans as well as members of the band managed to pull it off._MG_6565The full-capacity crowd moshed and swayed for the entirety of their 45-minute set. Once they left the stage the crowd started chanting encore.

Unfortunately since this is Indie Week they run a pretty tight schedule that only allots enough time for a band to perform its set and doesn’t allow encores.

If you havent heard of OBGMs yet. Not to worry you have now. It is highly recomended that if you get a chance to see them live do so, you will not be disappointed. They recently opened the Philadelphia leg of the Budweiser made in America tour.

Story by Tee Onek Photos by Ftfphotography


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