~Portraits in Blues~



Indigenous 10/09/2010

Buddy Guys  / Chicago

Another good night for great music at Buddy Guy’s.  The sound, from the technical aspect, is perfect for Mato Nanji’s crisp, clean, and precise style of blues, R&B, and rock.  Indigenous fills the entire room with sensational guitar, vocals, and rhythm like no one can.  Mato Nanji on guitar and vocals, Charles Sanders was on drums, and Derek Post handled the bass.  Mato’s renditions of his own original music comes from the deep roots of great influences like Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Doyle Bramhall, and Carlos Santana.  This amazing band’s own roots are deep and have grown in phenomenal strides, accomplishing so much in music since its beginnings over 10 years ago.

Mato Nanji’s music is inspirational and he has definitely got our attention.  We have been experiencing the evolution of Indigenous, as we have seen them numerous times.  Every show is a stellar performance and Mato Nanji always gives us everything he’s got.  This is evident in the applause and energy from the fans.  The man has planted seeds in the music world and it will be interesting to discover those who aspire to be like him and his spirited way.


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