Lavola Leaks "Woman Gives Birth to Chair," Rocks Propaganda Tonight
West Palm's balls-out rock champs Lavola, subject of a lengthy treatise in this week's print edition by Alex Rendon, will demolish Propaganda's stage this very evening. The cause for celebration is a new EP, titled Leaving Paris, released tonight.
For those needing additional magnetism to draw to the event, Rendon argues:
"Throughout the EP, Cires' searing, Thom Yorke-inspired
(by his own admission) vocals and jarring fretwork will jump out at
listeners. On opening track "The Queen Is Dead," he shifts seamlessly
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from scathing howls to soothing, dulcet tones to earsplitting falsettos
in the span of four minutes. Add Weinthal (an ex-Mars Volta drummer Jon Theodore devotee) vigorously bashing the snares and Hanser's limber bass work and it's colossal."
Good stuff. For a fresh taste of what sort of stage carnage awaits you this evening, listen to
Pretty sure singer Julian Cires is repeating "it's a miracle" at about the two-minute mark. Agreed.
Lavola EP-Release Show, with the Astrea Corporation, the Howling Winds,
and Filthy Animals. 9 p.m. Friday, February 11, at Propaganda, 6 S. J
St., Lake Worth. Call 561-547-7273, or click here.
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