Show Review & Photos: iTCH @ Chop Suey

iTCH @ Chop Suey, 3/26/14
Show Review & Photos by Dagmar

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I have a real big soft spot for rap or spoken word in a London accent. Any part of London, but London’s iTCH has just the right accent. And iTCH has these great songs with equally great lyrics. His debut, The Deep End, is an album you must get, and it’s one that shows high promise from the singer of now defunct band, the King Blues (in that group he was Jonny ‘Itch’ Fox). Now he’s on his own, sharing his awesome skills. When I realized he’d be at Chop Suey, I was so excited – and his live set was motivating, tough and superb. I liked his focus, the mood he set, and his quite intimidating, yet charming presence. In addition to the set list (I really didn’t want his show to end) he performed the moving King Blues song “5 Bottles of Shampoo” in spoken word. For the end of iTCH’s set, he chose “Best Shot,” an anthemic and wicked tune.

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Set List:

Ricochet
Homeless Romantic
Life Is Poetry
Spooky
The Deep End
Not My Revolution
Bottom Of The Glass
Best Shot

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