Razor & Blade at AHA AVL

Razor & Blade took hold of Moog’s AHA AVL music series last night.

Interesting samples from the likes of Talladega Nights: The Ballad Of Ricky Bobby, and BB King’s “The Thrill Is Gone,” dip and dive through digital flashes of sound. Heads bob as feet begin to move. It’s hot in this room. Washes of bass offer relief, but it’s the looping elctro-riffs that keep everyone waiting for the duo’s next move.

Razor & Blade serve up creative production and a coherent buzz of danceable tunes. Having only formed two years ago, the electronic duo showcased a focused dedication to every nuance of their music.

Learn more about Moog’s AHA AVL series here.

Photos by John Zara.


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