Giving you the music a day early:
EOTO‘s website brags the band delivers a 100 percent live, improvised dubstep, breakbeat, house, drum and bass, and trip-hop sound, with the duo of String Cheese Incident drummer Michael Travis and percussionist Jason Hann delivering a sick dose of danceable, electronic-dance powered music. The pair meld dance beats powered by live drums with keyboards, bass, guitar, live mixing and various other instruments to construct a mixture of unplanned, unrehearsed music. Check out the throbbing bass and thudding beats when the duo come to Rev Room on their Bass Invaders Tour. Kraddy is the opening act with his Los Angeles-based electronic-music that is heavy, dirty and nasty kicking off the music at 9 p.m. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 day of for the 18-and-up show.
Hank 3 at Downtown Music. Here’s just a small taste of what local social media members are saying about this show: “Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet” and “can’t wait.” So people are excited about this show. And why not? Hank 3, the grandson of the legendary Hank Williams and son of Hank William Jr., is a hell of a good time with his blend of country, punk and metal that creates a hardcore rockabilly/metal sound that attacks the senses with a raging and pummeling sonic assault. Hank 3, who appeared in local documentary filmmakers David Lipke and Chris Terry’s excellent Slow Southern Steel, is coming, and whooping and a hollering on a blazing Dixie death train bound straight for hell. Tickets are $21 in advance and $25 day of. The doors open at 7 p.m. with the music at 8 p.m.
Here are EOTO with their “Flying Red”: