Things Get Loopy at King's Rook with Abadon Faluz, The New Morning Sunrise, and Uncle Tony's Pizza Shop

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Wednesday, January 7th, 2015 at 4:00 AM
Things Get Loopy at King's Rook with Abadon Faluz, The New Morning Sunrise, and Uncle Tony's Pizza Shop by Alex Bieler
Abadon Faluz

Michael Edgerly likes to throw his audiences for a loop. One minute, he’ll be laying down a riff on his guitar, the next, he’ll be knocking out a drum beat, adding different elements to a song

until it all comes together into one fully-realized tune.

Edgerly is a one-man music-making machine under the moniker Abadon Faluz, carefully piecing together musical creations with a few different instruments and a know-how of looping (the act of recording different sections in order to repeat them through a song. The talented man known as Abadon Faluz – when he’s not rocking out some alternative techno-folk as London Underground, that is – will headline a free show at the King’s Rook Club Friday, Jan. 9, dabbling in themes like murder and mayhem during his self-described “Mississippi blood blues” songs.

The one-man-band will be joined by neo-folk outfit The New Morning Sunshine and the amusingly-titled jam/rock/folk/pop quartet Uncle Tony’s Pizza Shop. So dig some looping goodness – and enjoy some pretty sweet music from a trio of acts as well – when Abadon Faluz, The New Morning Sunshine, and Uncle Tony’s Pizza Shop take to the Rook’s stage. 

9 p.m. Friday, Jan. 9 // 1921 Peach St. // facebook.com/kingsrookclub

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