Voodoo Organist at Springwater 

The Voodoo That They Do

The Voodoo That They Do
With heavy organ grinding more befitting a '70s slasher flick than Sunday morning church service, the goth-industrialism upon which Voodoo Organist main-man Scott Wexton cut his teeth in the '90s isn't far removed from the demonic carnival barking he's doing now. But rather than rely on the drilling mechanical beats of his previous genre, a Hammond organ provides the bedrock for the touring twosome. Backed by drummer Robin Kennon, Wexton multitasks, finding time to busy his limbs with organs, synthesizers and Theremins. The result pits the gruffness of later Tom Waits with the horror-punk aesthetic of The Cramps.
Wed., April 15, 9 p.m., 2009

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