|September 11, 2019|
ST 37 (Austin, TX)
Since their formation in January of 1987, Texas psych/space rock legends ST 37 have released 4 LPs, 3 double LPs, 8 CDs, 1 12″ 45, 5 7″ 45s, 8 CDRs, 3 double CDRs, 7 cassettes, and appeared on over 40 compilations and collaborations on labels ranging from Emperor Jones and RRR to Cleopatra and Noiseville. They’ve played over 500 shows and toured extensively all around the United States and Canada. The band has shared the stage with artists like Sonic Youth, Acid Mothers Temple, Faust, Bardo Pond, the Butthole Surfers, Hawkwind, Nik Turner’s Space Ritual, Chrome, Guru Guru, Rocket From the Tombs, Helios Creed, Indian Jewelry, Suisho no Fune, and many more as well as playing festivals like Terrastock, SXSW, Saturnalia, Bayou Psych Fest, Levitation/Austin Psych Fest, Strange Daze, Weedstock and Flaxfield. They have scored and performed live original soundtracks to the Fritz Lang films Metropolis and Destiny (Der Mude Tod). Their current lineup reads like a veritable Who’s Who of contemporary southern and western American adventurous music; newest member Matt Turner (Quttinirpaaq, Shit and Shine, bees are black) joins Bobby Baker (Baby Robots, Rubble, Game 4), Bob Bechtol (Seven Inch Stitch, Thanatopsis Throne) and longterm stalwarts SL Telles (My Education, Bahrain, Dizzyluna, American Vodka, Die Krupps, Guru Freakout), Joel Crutcher (Abigail und Hansel, the Organians) and Lisa Cameron (Venison Whirled, Three Day Stubble, Roky Erickson’s Evilhook Wildlife E.T., Brave Combo, Pat Travers Band, Moist Fist, Glass Eye) to create music unlike anyone else’s.
Tone Rodent (St. Louis, MO)
Tone Rodent (TR) is a sonic, psychedelic, heavy shoegaze/space rock band Tone Rodent sprung to life in the fall of 1999 with an initial concept rooted in creating layers of sound washes through manipulation and experimentation. Since then TR has moved from a soundtrack-type ambient drone to a sonic rock band.
David Morrison (Fulton, MO)
David Morrison, originally from Austin, has been a performing songwriter since the mid-80s. He has performed on hundreds of stages, from opening for John Cale to singing 50s tunes & standards for 3 hour stretches in a small town sports bar. Influences include Syd Barrett, Jacques Brel, and The Exotic Guitars.
Alex Cunningham (St. Louis, MO)
Alex Cunningham is a violinist, improviser and visual artist based in St. Louis, MO
830pm – doors
9pm – show