Jane's Addiction mastermind Perry Farrell is plotting a South Florida visit during Art Basel Miami Beach. The enigmatic alt-rock frontman will unleash the Perry-Etty versus Chris Cox act -- featuring his wife, Etty Farrell; and DJ Chris Cox -- that popped up at Lollapalooza earlier this year with special guests to boot. It's all part of the Precision Guided Musicians project, a rotating cast of electronica artists assembled by Farrell for exclusive bashes around the country.
The gig is scheduled for Thursday, December 2, at Bardot and is "invite-only," so it's unclear how much Dionysian revelry will spill into the general public. Based upon video (below) of Farrell and Cox performing, there seems to be a debt
to his Jane's Addiction-era howls, as well as some muscular house music
in the template.
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Also, here's another of Farrell's PGM performances. From 2004's Dancestar USA Awards filmed in Miami, "Walk on the Wild Side" featuring Moby and Paul Van Dyk:
Confused? So are we. Curious anyhow? Yep. As County Grind receives more information, we'll surely provide it.
Previously at Crossfade: Metric Headlines Art Basel's Week of Free Beach Parties December 1