Concert Review: Elephant Revival

Nicole Presley

Elephant Revival and The Lowest Pair played at DG’s Tap House on Sept. 27 for the Maximum Ames Music Festival. 

DG’s Tap House never really had a huge crowd, but that could be due to the late football game. The Lowest Pair took the stage first and kept a pretty chill vibe throughout their performance. 

They played an acoustic show that had a bluegrass feel. They also harmonized well with every song they sang. 

Elephant Revival took the stage next. Their indie sound was spectacular. Their band included guitar, banjo, mandolin, violin, bass and the washboard. The band had a very cool sound and every instrument was heard throughout their set. 

There was also a good mix of instrumental music and songs with lyrics. I don’t know how else to describe them other than they were just good. Their band is definitely worth the listen.