Amulets blossom in morning smokestacks, pulsating flowers, under close guard near destroyed surveillance outpost, time sent signals above glorious landscape dotted by virulent cascading hues none shall be reprised -Perhaps
Cut it up and smack it down tonight at THE MIDDLE EAST UPSTAIRS, where the music will torrent, gush and squeal for hours, like Asimo naked at breakfast. Rise and shrine “in the clouds overhead walking between sky + earth” and share this cosmic space with musical antennae PERHAPS and ACID MOTHERS TEMPLE. Both of these bands have played 30 shows in 30 days and are doing it up in Boston tonight! RYAN JACKSON TROIKA is opening, with rock, funk, jazz based tunes that twist and turn between solid song writing and layers of vibrant composition. Local shredders PERHAPS expounds in profound revelations of odd meter, and flawless technique, smelting sound from its source into genre spanning psych, prog, jazz, and bluegrass rock. Japan’s fearsome ACID MOTHERS TEMPLE, timeless purveyors of the cosmos, gorge their vessels of higher conscious and gouge away at our perception of the sonic scape via noise exuberant, sound exultant, and psych rock immaculate. Yaaaah — Don’t miss it!
8pm // 18+ // $15