During a mid-afternoon set at the Hinterland Music Festival, which leans heavily towards the folk genre, Ron Gallo injected a heavy dose of high-energy garage rock. The carefree attitude of the band is fun to watch. In between playing crowd favorites, including “Kill The Medicine Man” and “Young Lady, You’re Scaring Me,” the guys take turns throwing light-hearted jabs at each other. At times, the concert felt more like an intimate house show than one taking place at a music festival.

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Matt Hinsz

Matt Hinsz

Photographer at Imperfect Fifth
While Matt spends his day creating websites and digital media for a Kansas City ad agency, in the evening, you'll often find him taking in a show at a KC music venue, or planning his next trip to a festival across the country.
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