The LEC and GNOSiS are in Halloween Spirits

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Wednesday, October 26th, 2016 at 10:00 AM
The LEC and GNOSiS are in Halloween Spirits by Charles Brown

Saturday, Oct. 29

Halloween is a unique time of the year when you don’t have to be yourself. You can go door-to-door stuffing your pillowcase with sweets for two hours. From haunted houses to house parties, this holiday allows pandemonium as we dress up as characters from pop culture and seize the night. On Oct. 29, the incomparable Kings Rook Club will contribute to the festivities as they throw their annual Halloween bash with the LEC and GNOSiS. There’s no way that this party will lag. The LEC brings high-voltage energy while GNOSiS hits you in the face with their fun, intricate jams. Taking over the downstairs complex, these bands are guaranteed to keep you dancing all night. The LEC has been a part of this gathering multiple times before, but are no strangers to the element of surprise. This unmatched collective continues to capture the crowd with some musical gems that you never expect. Blending hiphop, rock, funk, and pretty much whatever they want to embody, the LEC makes it a point to simply have fun. GNOSiS has always had a home at the Rook delivering a creative jam wave that’s modest yet compelling. Their jazz and funk influenced sound will certainly carry the room, bringing a great balance to this concert. GNOSiS is destined to keep you in tune. Not only that, a little birdie told me that both the LEC and GNOSiS will have a treat for you throughout the night. I hope that your sweet tooth is in full effect at this monstrous masquerade. The after-party upstairs will keep you ghosts and ghouls going as Flora (ft Optimistic Apocalypse) takes the stage. – Charles Brown

10 p.m. to midnight // Kings Rook Club, 1921 Peach St. // facebook.com/kingsrookclub

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