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ZETA ~ edhochuli ~ Moxie ~ Olivine

Ages 21 and up
Sunday, September 18
Doors: 7pm // Show: 7:30pm

**All shows 21+—valid ID required**
Doors: 7 PM
Show: 7:30 PM

Zeta is a collective art piece. Defined by its strong emphasis on dense polyrhythmic percussion that sway from profoundly authentic Afro-Caribbean to the most crude and raw punk with atmospheric elements that are drawn from 70’s era Psychedelia and post-rock to form a visceral, intense and unique listening experience. Zeta are known for touring relentlessly – and due to their nomadic nature they foster and adopt artistic communities from all over the globe. 
Website / Spotify

edhochuli is a band from Pittsburgh whose compositions tend to be described using words like: epic, twisting, labrynthian, homeric. These sonic tales will, in one fit, range from prog to punk to stoner to mathy metal but will refuse to rest in any pre-formed idea your brain might be biased to evoke in a moment. 5 friends who like to hang real hard.  some may think they play too loud, but they don’t really give a shit. 

“Finally, the first full-length album from this power trio. Pop Sounds shatter the senses with 18-tracks and 42-minutes of searing riffs and rhythmical disarray. MOXIEBEAT pulls you into a noise-repleted world where thrashing chords collide with rapid hits and droning train wrecks. Dark tones accompany themes of departure, justice and positive nihilism. Toss your phone in a landfill, Pop Sounds deflect all reception.”
— Idioteq
“MOXIEBEAT is a dynamic blend of 80’s spirited piss, 90’s technical vomit, and tomorrow’s generation of a short attention spanned-apocalyptic- fecal storm. They are distinctly energetic and mercilessly heavy but swift on their toes… Their mood is dark, adroitly chaotic, and their sound is harmoniously accomplished at tripping circuit breakers at any given note.”
— Sputnik Music

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