If listening to electro-pop music with a little bit of funk is something you enjoy, you’ll probably like this post. If you don’t enjoy this type of music, keep reading and I’m pretty sure that you will by the end of it this post. This past weekend I went to Cherub’s concert here in Dallas at Club Dada in Deep Ellum. Deep Ellum is one of the best places to go to and enjoy a different kind of atmosphere, especially if you’re used to only going out near the SMU area of Uptown.

Cherub is formed by a duo, Jordan Kelley and Jason Huber. I was first introduced to this band by one of my closest friends. He would literally play this one song on replay (“Doses and Mimosas”) until it got stuck in my head. After this happened I got more interested and actually enjoyed the rest of their music. Still, I didn’t really know what to expect from their performance, since none of my friends had seen them live before.  However, I have to say the concert was pretty awesome! Not only did they play most of my favorite songs, but they also played some different covers. The best thing about these covers was how they made them into their own thing. Each one they performed was very unique and very them.

Another fun fact about that night was that the venue where the show took place was pretty small, which made it easier to be in the front row.  This made the concert experience a little bit more personal. I really hope for those who didn’t know about this band before reading this, to start listening to Cherub.  And I would also highly recommend visiting Deep Ellum if you haven’t before!