Tonight at 9 pm (another of the shows originally scheduled for Ruby Green): death jazz duo Ettrick
with Taiwan Deth, Deluxin' Big Band & Tap Tap Taparoo Part III.
The Scene's take
If you've ever been curious what it would be like to be stuck inside a washing machine on spin cycle, or trapped inside a warehouse full of Emperor geese during mating season, then free jazz/black metal duo Ettrick are just the band for you. Jacob Felix Heule and Jay Korber both play drums and sax, bashing and skronking their way through every permutation possible: two drummers, two saxophonists, drummer and saxophonist. Whatever the instrumentation, the resulting maelstrom is overwhelming and undeniable—like being swept up in a tornado or walking outside naked when it's 20 below zero. The samples on their website are mind-altering enough to be classified as Schedule I narcotics, should the FDA ever come across them. Live, they're sure to be even more exhilarating. You don't listen to Ettrick—you submit to them. Bring earplugs. (Jack Silverman).
The address to the show can be found on Ettrick's MySpace page