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Honeycut & DATAROCK to rock The Echo Wednesday
Layered in funk and schooled in rock'n'roll the bay area trio Honeycut will be busting out the jams at the Echo Wednesday night with Norwegian duo DATAROCK sharing the marquee.
Honeycut are a unique band full of soulful lyrics and keyboard riffs, while being counter balanced by the loopy, hip-hoppy drums provided live via an MPC. And of course the rockin' presence they can't help but exude.
And what do you get when you add leisure wear, Norwegians, songs about robot sex, and over sized locs? DATAROCKof course. They sound like P.Funk and Avenue D had a baby using the Beastie Boys as a surrogate mother. Get your ear drums drenched with their unique bangers.
Doors open at 8:30, tickets are $14, and anyone over 18 is welcome. See you there...
Photo of Honeycut via Quannum
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