I decided to do a bit of solo adventuring again since Aubrey wasn’t back in town yet from Thanksgiving. With Do502’s advice in mind, I ventured to Decca to see Twin Limb perform. I was glad I decided on going because I had missed them at the Do502 launch party a few weeks ago. It’s not the most ideal venue when there’s a lot of people there because the line for the bar gets backed up and there’s limited standing/sitting room. But luckily when you’re by yourself, you can squeeze in wherever, making friends with the people on the couch so you can have a front row spot. I’m sure wherever anyone was, though, they could at least hear the talent radiating from members Lacey Guthrie and Maryliz Guillemi. I just looked on their Facebook page and the genre they have listed is “Dream Pop,” and I think that’s a very apt name for their style. I was struggling to put into words what their show was like, and I think a dreamlike experience accurately describes it. I’m glad I finally got to see what Jeffrey Smith from Do502 is describing as a buzzworthy Louisville band, and I have to agree wholeheartedly with that description.