benefit show tonight

March 24th, 2006 · No Comments · By

Tonight Doubting Thomas, Bandazian and Epizootics will play a benefit show for The Shelter for Help in Emergency. This will take place in Maury Hall at will start at 6pm. You’d better come. It’s a good chance to see some cool music and contribute to a great cause. $5. Here’s the description from the T-rock newsletter:

Friday, March 24
Benefit Show for the Shelter for Help in Emergency (SHE):
DOUBTING THOMAS – – “The last time I saw Doubting Thomas live, there
were megaphones and toy laser guns through guitars, charles mingus
samples rubbing shoulders with Iranian music tapes, mashups of
Madvillain and J Dilla beats, samba and funk rhythms, and a noise
track about Jorge Luis Borges. Was it rock? ambient? jazz? noise?
Whatever. I just danced to keep from crying.” –Ann Coulter
BANDAZIAN – – Kaveh says: it’s like if mainstream rock got a little
makeover: looking sharp with some vaguely fugazi-like “angular”
guitar riffs, fluid basslines, and a drummer who’s as funky as he is
brutal. Occasional psychedelic flourishes and nods to hip-hop fill
things out nicely.
Also you can read their bio here:
EPIZOOTICS An ambient experimental duo featuring guitar and doodads.
Expect plenty of effects, wonderful loops and pulsing drones for
maximum space-out extravaganza. Guaranteed to be the most psychedelic
experience you will have in an ROTC building unless you
participated in MK-Ultra.
@ Maury Hall Rm 104
$5 (all goes to the Shelter) 6 PM

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