Seattle rockers Minus the Bear are masters of their craft, and their Sunday night performance at the Baltimore Soundstage solidified the veteran band’s presence as a powerhouse in indie-electronic rock.
The 17-song set showcased songs from every album of the band’s 13-year history while craftily balancing a mix of old and new songs to the enjoyment of the crowd.
From the get-go, it was clear that Minus the Bear was on a mission to cover the discographic spectrum. The band took the stage shortly after 10 p.m. with “Burying Luck,” from 2007’s “Planet of Ice,” and quickly led into “Lies and Eyes” from last year’s “Infinity Overhead.”
What followed was a remarkable...