(03-08) Darsombra / Buck Gooter / Claim Culture / Whorecough @ Main Street Annex

March 8th, 2015 · No Comments · By

So I’m gonna be real here with y’all. I totally forgot about this show myself till today and I need to head to work real soon and while other nailgun contributors might of done something later in the day about this one I’m gonna at least copy and paste the pre-written Facebook disruption of the show show cause this show is gonna be really sick. So yeah make me jealous while I’m at work and head out to this one tonight Charlottesville.

Darsombra -Transcendental audio/visual rock duo Darsombra have packed and prepared their space shuttle for launch, readying themselves for journey to inner space. Brian Daniloski (a veteran of metal bands Meatjack and Trephine), pilots, navigates, and controls the sound of Darsombra, alternating between searing guitar riffs, leads, loops, mammoth vocal swells, and soundscapes. He takes one part metal, one part psychedelic rock, one part experimental, and dashes of prog, glam, and krautrock, to soundtrack the voyage. Filmmaker Ann Everton stewards us along the way by projecting her kinetic, psychotropic videos specifically composed to Daniloski’s music, engulfing the audience within the trip.

Buck Gooter – Primal, industrial blues come at max volume from this Richmond group. Combining industrial, noise, rock and an inclination towards the strange, Buck Gooter sheds all manner of conformity for a fresh sound that’s all their own.

Claim Culture – With ethereal sound portraits offset by dark (arts) jazz interlude jams, Richmond’s Claim Culture is post-rock doomgaze at its finest. CC’s live performances have a tendency to envelope audiences in ambience and not let them go until the final rote has rung out

Whorecough – Harrisonburg no holds barred punk, fronted by the wonderfully raspy vocals of Natalie Strickland.

Doors: 7PM // $$7$$

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