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Thursday, April 3, 2014

Tonight in Music: Gaytheist/Tartufi, King Mountain Petrol

Posted by Ned Lannamann on Thu, Apr 3, 2014 at 11:52 AM


GAYTHEIST, TARTUFI, HUMOURS
(Kenton Club, 2025 N Kilpatrick) Tartufi kick off a three-day, three-city tour with Portland band Gaytheist tonight. The San Francisco trio is known for genre-bending, extensive sets that border on pop, electronic, and metal; amid layered and looped vocals and guitar, you'll find yourself lost in a sea of harmonies and intricate polyrhythms, as songs range from thrashing intensity to gentle, melodious (and never dull) volumes. Catch this bursting bill for only five dollars and get ready for your sonic levels to explode. RACHEL MILBAUER


KING MOUNTAIN PETROL, SIOUX FALLS
(Vincente's Pizza, 1935 SE Hawthorne) From All-Ages Action!: [King Mountain Petrol are] pedal-happy youngsters whose debut EP, Tusk, is thoroughly solid and stylistically diverse, although their parents probably should have told them there's a Fleetwood Mac record with the same name MORGAN TROPER.

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