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we're on at 9PM!
You know this'll be a barn burner!
We're on at 10PM. I believe this is a free show.
Sounds Like: Talking Heads, Jr. Walker & The All Stars, Elvis Costello, Brian Eno, The CHIC Organization LTD (Nile Rodgers & Bernard
Label: Lando Worldwide (self released), IMGlobal Promotions.
Manager: SEEKING MGT, IMGlobal© Promotions USA - Division
Bio: Illicitizen are a varied mix of thought provoking lyrics, melodic bass grooves and spikey guitars. Without fail the duo is compared to early Talking Heads as well as being noted for changing their sound with each song. The constants are dramatic and demonstrative vocals and a stimulating bass bea...See Full Bio
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“R&B has influenced a long list of rockers over the years, ranging from metal and/or hard rock bands (Living Colour, Faith No More, Primus, the Red Hot Chili Peppers) to new wavers (Blondie, the B-52s, Soft Cell, Frankie Goes to Hollywood). In the case of Illicitizen (a New York City-based male/female duo consisting of Eric Cavanaugh and Maria Zaccaro), R&B is something to be combined with art rock, alternative rock and indie rock. Their album, Feathers and Wax is best described as art rock, alternative rock and indie rock with elements of funk, soul, disco and urban contemporary. And their direct or indirect influences include, among others, Roxy Music, David Bowie, Brian Eno, the Fixx and the Talking Heads. Cavanaugh and Zaccaro do like to get funky, although the funkiness that prevails on gems like “Warsaw Six Gun,” “Orphan,” “Nothing” and “Letter for Gorky” is...”