It’s an early-ish show – 7:30 pm – so plenty of time to go out afterwards and get crazy on a wild winter night on the Central Coast.
We are particularly stoked because the show is indoors. As such, the “house show” vibe is severe. Which is why we’re passing along this fan video:
Very hypnotic and trance-like, in the style of many of those Kranky bands; I sense a Godspeed You Black Emperor vibe too.
The most intense mosh pit I was ever in was when Tool played Lolapalooza in, like, 1995. It was terrifying. Couldn’t even appreciate the music. This show – indoors, seated, kinda spooky, very cozy – is like, the opposite of seeing Tool at Lolapalooza. For starters, moshing would damage our precious books.