Hood to Hood Day 2015: Miami Horror

Hood to Hood
05/29/2015
Janice Headley
photos by Morgen Schuler (view set)

A band from Australia is gonna know a thing or two about sunshine, so as the sun beat down on the West Seattle streets, the Melbourne-based band Miami Horror got the party even hotter at the Junction from our Hood-to-Hood broadcast.

Their sophomore release All Possible Futures reverberates with funky '80s-style dance party grooves, and West Seattle residents, young and old, couldn't resist bopping along. Tracks like "Real Slow" and "Love Like Mine" brought the Italian-disco vibe to the intersection of Alaska Street and California Ave. And kudos to vocalist/guitarist Josh Moriarty for keeping the hot pink blazer on throughout the set, despite the Seattle sun!

Hood to Hood: Miami Horror

Hood to Hood: Miami Horror

Hood to Hood: Miami Horror

Hood to Hood: Miami Horror

Hood to Hood: Miami Horror

Hood to Hood: Miami Horror

Hood to Hood: Miami Horror

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