Clutch performs at Otto’s Nightclub in DeKalb April 9
From press release
DEKALB, Ill.—Kickstand Productions will present Clutch for the second time at Otto’s Nightclub in DeKalb, Ill., Friday, April 9. Tickets are on sale at www.yourticketstand.com for $23. The last time Clutch appeared at Otto’s, the show was a sell-out.
On their ninth studio album, Strange Cousins from the West (released July 7, 2009), the Maryland hard-rockers continue to grow musically while maintaining their dirty, massive sound. Produced by Jawbox/Burning Airlines vocalist J. Robbins (who has also helmed releases by indie mainstays Braid, the Dismemberment Plan and Murder By Death), Strange Cousins sees the innovative quartet stirring up a sonic crock-pot of chugging blues riffs, punk rock grit, bombastic funk beats and raw, infectious vocals.
Guitarist Tim Sult rips through epic grooves on cuts like “Motherless Child,” while bassist Dan Maines and drummer Jean-Paul Gaster lay an impenetrable rhythmic foundation on the likes of “Minotaur.” Meanwhile, Neil Fallon croons out a soulful cacophony, lyrically conjuring an intergalactic pulp fiction.
For information regarding advance tickets or for all other inquiries, visit kickstandproductions.net or call (815) 758-2715.
From the April 7-13, 2010 issue
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