Musicians perform one-hour sets of new music you may not have heard but should. Series curated by Michael Green and White/Light.
Oct 25: The Eternals
“We have no interest in making empty pop records that sound good and you forget about in a year. We want to make records that people can stay with.” —Damon Locks
Since emerging from the sonic destruction left by the no-wave punk bulldozer Trenchmouth in the late 90s, the Eternals have made a point of disillusioning music purists everywhere. At times they soothe, at other times they serve as a wake-up call with carefully crafted loops mixed with jagged analog synth waves and driving bass lines. No mood, no thought, no feeling is held back.