Catch premier local music talent and touring theatrical art rock act 4/9 at The Lexington!
Epic stoner metal from the high California desert. Sludgy riffs, Allman-esque slide solos and whisky-drenched-yet-soaring female vocals. Featuring members of The Ultra Electric Mega Galactic and Sulfur.
From the sweaty chaos of a blistering garage in the Arizona summer, T.O.S.O. emerged to begin dismantling the art scene. Their live performances present a symphony of art rock that blends punk, psychedelia, and the experimental. Subversive avant-garde content and surrealist theatrics transform the standard concert space into an avenue of high art.
Bloody Death Skull:
Musically, the band swirls together ukulele with whatever sounds, toys and instruments they enjoy into a pleasant, lo-fi pop sound, rooted in the sort of fun, sappy, playful and sneaky tunes you find in late-50s American Rock and Soul. They sing about fun things like their favorite movies, science and the cosmos, flirting with boys, and understanding the prostitute psyche. Sometimes they cover songs, usually romantic numbers. Visually, the outfits, toys, lights and bubbling test tubes are a feast. It’s a PBS daycare playset. And physically, well, they’re a very attractive band too.
“In their own, adorable way, Bloody Death Skull are as freaky as they come.“—Weirdest Band In The World