Shanti Groove pays homage to local launching pad with DVD

Shanti Groove pays homage to local launching pad with DVD

Shanti Groove
Home At The Fox
Independent
4 out of 5

The progressive “slam grass” darlings, Shanti Groove, are shaking up the scene with a studio album, national tour and a DVD called Home At The Fox — the venue where the boys grew from local bad-asses to regional and then national touring status.

From the title menu of the DVD to the last song in the “groove 2” section, the viewer is electrified with the same excitement they’d feel at the real show.

While the editing is occasionally clichéd or fails to avoid a silhouetted fellow fan, the visuals explore the entire stage and creatively portray the sweetly picked banjo or homey vocals of the band’s dancing front man. Shanti Groove’s energy is well portrayed in this home-style brew of electric grooves and sunny day riffs.

— Alex Samuel

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