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Free what? Info on tonight’s shows

June 24th, 2005 · No Comments

Tonight at The Warehouse (2805 Pease), local retro-popsters The Black Math Experiment (think Berlin meets Wall of Voodoo) takes the stage with Austin’s Eidalon. $10 cover, which includes beer. No, really…

According to their website, Eidalon “is a progressive art rock band with multiple influnces ranging from bands such as The Mars Volta, Tool, Rush to Helium, Fugazi, & R.E.M. Our compositions are based on the classical/jazz model. We draw influences from all types of world music as well as the indie modern rock styles and blend it all into our own unique style.” Visit their MySpace site for more information and music.

The Black Math Experiment’s new E.P., What We Do… Is Secret, is now available at Vinal Edge and Sound Exchange. For music, photos, and news, visit the band’s MySpace site: www.myspace.com/theblackmathexperiment.

Also tonight, you can catch local musicians Calvin Stanley (Pale), Arthur Yoria, Tody Castillo, and D.C.’s Andy Zipf at Helio’s. 9 p.m. show. This is a great line-up.

Visit the Pale website here. Visit Arthur Yoria’s site here. Visit Tody Castillo’s website here. Andy Zipf can be found online here.

Now Playing in My iPod: BRMC

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