I may be turning into a bit of a music snob. Or maybe my reaction is normal for what I am seeing and hearing on stage. There are moments nowadays that my camera is simply dangling limp in front of me as someone performs. When I go out to music events I expect to be entertained. Otherwise, I could have just stayed home and cranked the tunes. Thankfully, TDot Fest had many acts that held the audience captive at Yonge and Dundas Square for several hours on October 4th, 2015.
FYI some of the things that will make my camera shy are:
1 - a monotonous sound (That includes beats that don't have anything that makes them stand out from every other beat),
2 - a lack of a clear message in the lyrics (Everybody has something to say. The way they decide to say it says a lot about the individual. A string of expletives just doesn't cut it for me.) &
3 - GRABBING YOUR CROTCH continuously throughout a performance (Think about that for a second. Unless you are hung like a Chip or a Dale you don't want to be drawing attention to it. Just sayin')