Goat, Kyozin Yueni Dekai, and Johnny James and the Indeterminates at Erie Ale Works

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Wednesday, September 30th, 2015 at 1:45 PM
Goat, Kyozin Yueni Dekai, and Johnny James and the Indeterminates at Erie Ale Works by Matt Swanseger
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Friday, Oct. 9

Looking forward to the start of a nice, peaceful weekend come Oct. 9? Then you’ll probably want to stay away from Erie Ale Works that night, because Goat, Kyozin Yueni Dekai, and Johnny James and the Indeterminates will be bringing the noise.

Goat’s noise is precise and percussive, as if a Japanese clockmakers guild got together to form a drum circle with a grieving elephant. (Yes, there is saxophone!) Guitar/drum duo Kyozin Yueni Dekai’s chaos is a little less organized, but you’re cuckoo for cacophony, right? Johnny James and the Indeterminates are sure you are (despite their name). You’ll hear elements of Sonic Youth, the Dead Kennedys, and even the Pixies in their musical repertoire. — Matt Swanseger

7 p.m. // 416 W. 12th St. // eriealeworks.com

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