Mutual Benefit brings ethereal sounds to the Cobalt

Mutual Benefit came to the Cobalt on Tuesday night and thrilled a packed crowd with ethereal sounds that uplifted and entertained. Touring in support of their new album, Love's Crushing Diamond, the amorphous project was this night a collective of five souls playing "heartfelt and powerful" music "inspired by the kinetic energy, goodbyes, and blurred landscapes of life on the road." Look for Jordan Lee and Mutual Benefit as they rise to stardom.

Written by Kyle Rosetta
Photography by Kyle Rosetta, Craig Fleisch 

More in Music

Dessert-as-appetizer @ Van Opera

2018-19 season leads with bubbly production of Lehàr’s "Merry Widow"

"Transfigured Light" -- spine-tingling

Avant garde ensemble Arkora's microtones haunt graveyard just in time for Halloween

Serena Jost's new solo CD recorded live in historic church

After recording several albums with her band, New York City based singer and cellist Serena Jost was ready to try something completely different. Serena wanted to make a solo album and capture the...
Speak up about this article on Facebook or Twitter. Do this by liking Vancouver Observer on Facebook or following us @Vanobserver on Twitter. We'd love to hear from you.