Terrible Buttons...their sound is as unique as their name. Most of them are Whitworth students, six of whom live in the same house. Perhaps that's how they can take such a diverse array of instruments and create such a cohesive sound. With accordion, piano, glockenspiel, violin, banjo, percussion, bass, two guitars, drums, and multiple vocals, it helps to jam and rehearse often, as they clearly do. Their sound is a darker take on indie folk, with profound lyrics that question tradition and explore the meaning of life. Kent Ueland (lead vocals and guitar) and Sarah Berentson (harmonies and keys) are both siblings of other musicians who have made an impact on the Spokane music scene: Dane Ueland and Kaylee Cole. However, it's their own original inspiration and vision that has formed this collective. The entire eight-member band came by the Local Lounge this past Sunday, just prior to their gig at Mootsy's with soon-to-be Local Lounge guests Our Mother The Mountain this Wednesday. Terrible Buttons brought their full, live set-up to our stage area, taking turns on their various instruments and also spinning tracks from their EP "Brute Neighbors."