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LAist Review: Honeycut @ MOCA's Night Vision
Honeycut @ MOCA's Night Vision, June 16th
Hosting the San Francisco based Band, Honeycut, on the 2nd saturday of MOCA's Night Vision music/poetry summer series things got funky and arty while LAist sucked down some beers, walked through some art galleries, and boogied down like our bones were made of jelly.
Pounding yet soothing sleaze funk to make your ears rejoice with satisfaction, thats the fix Honeycut is dealing out. The band's sound is centered around the electronic drum machine, and keyboards, with the vocals and bassline rounding out the smiley, bouncy, head-bobbing of it all.
Talked to Bart after their show, and he was not at all snobby or full of shit or anything. He was totally cool and even had one of those not-too-firm/not-too-flimsy handshakes that you never expect from a dude that has such a jagger thing going on. We didn't want to anger the groupies too much so we cut our talk short agreeing to each keep it real, and let the flood of slonkies have at their prey.
Next time Honeycut rolls through, hit them up. They're mega-approachable, they jam like no others, and you should see them whlie their shows are still cheap!
Support Californian groove-sleaze-funk!!