By: Kiki Ferguson
Back at it for their second set of the day, the guys for Conspirator couldn’t get enough of the Atlanta love. Making their return to a sold out show at Terminal West, Brownie and the boys were ready to party.
Starting right where they left off a couple hours earlier at the Sweetwater 420 Festival, Conspirator got Terminal West bumping after throwing down “The Commish” which was followed by the fans doing the Atlanta Braves Tomahawk Chant yet again.
The band starting to heat things up just as Greg “TORCH” Sgrulloni (drummer) cracked his bass pedal. But that didn’t’ slow down his rhythm as he kept with it and carried out the remainder of the set. Even overcoming more issues as he broke two symbols during his set, TORCH was on fire until Conspirator was finally ready to call it a night.
The band kept energy levels high all night remixing popular song “Latch” by UK brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence (Disclosure). Always leaving the crowd pleased, Conspirator came out for an encore before finishing off a long day in Atlanta.
The band is really firing on all cylinders right now. You can catch Conspirator at a number of festivals this summer. Visit www.conspiratorband.com for tickets and more information. View a full photo gallery here by Greg Horowitz.