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Saturday, March 19 • 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Mothers of Gut

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What once began in 2006 as a solo project- Pegasissy- embodying varying elements of experimental folk, pop, ambient noise and anything else under the god forsaken Inland Empire sun, Aaron Freeman, after suffering endless lineup changes, has now enlisted the talents of graphic illustrator Kristina Collantes on Sampler/Keys, Narwhal Party's Dave Gasper on drums and Duhkha's William Davies and Ryan Bergmann on guitar and bass, in an attempt to properly explore the depths of the human cavity, both inward and outward, embracing a large array of musical paradigms, leaving no sonic stone un-turned. Now referred to as Mothers of Gut, a name inspired by a terrifyingly transcendant Throbbing Gristle performance Aaron had the luck of attending, these four individuals are constantly reinventing themselves, embracing the primordial elements of Italian psych-pop, Turkish rock, European industrial, progressive hardcore, R&B, and anything else they can get their hands on. There is no form, no tool they will not utilize to accurately depict their collective despair. "I literally cannot believe this is what Aaron Freeman's stuff sounds like nowadays, or rather how a whirlwind of despair at the quantities of regurgitated nonsense one is presented with may defeat the good nature of still expecting this kind of revaluation/mind-bend still once in a while." -Chico Foley (KALEIDOMAGORICS) THE INANIMATE SERMON // RATED #8 BEST ALBUM ART 2010! "Collantes, a self taught illustrator who's work is unmistakable, captures the psych-influenced rock of Mothers of Gut in this classy combination of art nouveau aesthetics and 1970s new age elegance." -Walt Gorecki (LA RECORD)
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What once began in 2006 as a solo project- Pegasissy- embodying varying elements of experimental folk, pop, ambient noise and anything else under the god forsaken Inland Empire sun, Aaron Freeman, after suffering endless lineup changes, has now enlisted the talents of graphic illustrator... Read More →



Saturday March 19, 2011 8:00pm - 9:00pm CDT
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