By Andrea Ramirez-Maciolek, Rock At Night Philadelphia Correspondent
Venue: Union Transfer, Philadelphia-November 15, 2015
On Sunday night Neon Indian played their last U.S. tour date at Union Transfer in Philadelphia before hitting the road overseas to China. The Synthpop sound of Alan Palomo, who hails from Texas, played to a full-house in support of his third and latest album VEGA INTL. Night School.
With dance moves reminiscent of an 80’s flashback, Palomo kept fans entertained with his impressive multi-tasking skills of singing, dancing, playing the keyboards (on his left), and drums (on his right) all at once at times while making sure he put on a great performance, and he did. With reggae influenced electronic pop songs his latest album will not disappoint. The electronic sounds which sometimes sound experimental is what gives Alan Palomo an artistic edge during his live performances.
Neon Indian – VEGA INTL. Night School (Full Album)
2009 – Psychic Chasms
2011- Era Extrana
2015 – VEGA INTL. Night School
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