Giving you the music a day early:
This Brooklyn group Moon Hooch play something they call cave music, which is … well, Moon Hooch explains it as “like house, but it’s more wild, more jagged, more free, more natural to live in.” Well, what is it? The music of Wenzl McGowen and Mike Wilbur on saxophones (tenor and baritone) along with drummer James Muschler. The three New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music graduates also throw in dubstep, drum and bass, and jazz. It’s some wicked musical brew the trio brings to Stickyz. No word on the opening act, but the music starts at 9:30 p.m. with an $8 cover for the 18-and-up show.
It’s the night before Riverfest, but let’s get the party started a night early with Little Rock hip-hop star Epiphany coming to Rev Room along with backing band Tomorrow Maybe featuring Bijoux and Dee Dee Jones. Basically what you are in for is a night of hip-hop from Epiphany — for sure — being backed with a band that creates a fusion of R&B, soul, funk, rock and jazz. That’s not all though. There’s more local hip-hop from Bully Gang and Duke Stigall, and then there is J White, playing his saxophone, and it’s all hosted by SeanFresh. It’s The Chill. The 21-and-up show starts at 9 p.m. with a $10 cover.
Here are Moon Hooch doing their thing: