Folk Punk-n-Jazz Extravaganza w/ Terrence Ho, Days n' Daze, Adam & the Ancient Gods, Marissa, U.NOT.I

Published Jimmy - Wed, 01/05/2011 - 10:37pm

Please join us for a night of fun, raucous, politically charged acoustic music featuring 4 acts from Houston, Texas, as well as local singer/songwriter Terrence Ho.


A busker (street performer) by trade, Terrence Ho is beginning to slowly transition into the indoor musical scene. He plays heartfelt folksy originals, lyrics woven from travels and attempts at love. He hopes to continue busking through as many continents as he can possibly reach. His indoor performances serve to fuel that mission.


Houston's Days n' Daze plays "face-melting riotfolk" that features guitar, ukelele, and trumpet, among other instruments, for a fast-paced, passionate sound that has roots in ska, punk, and folk music.


Adam and the Ancient Gods' music is described as "acoustic anarcho-raps" and he cites Emma Goldman, Zecharia Sitchin, and mid-90's street punk from the northeast as prime influences.


Marissa plays "dance party jazz-punk" on keyboards and cites Regina Spektor, Modest Mouse, and Johnny Cash among her many influences.


U.NOT.I is a 4-person band who play mandolin, guitar, cello, washboard and bell kit on gruff-but-sweet, folksy tunes with punk attitude.





$5 donation @ door
Wed, 01/12/2011 - 9:00pm
$5 donation @ door