Bay Area experimental rockers, Battlehooch, are known for their raucous and loud live shows. But on Saturday night at East Village the sextet played its first set unplugged to a capacity audience of about 50. Just to give you an idea of what this ragamuffin crew is all about: Drummer Ryan Huber used a plastic bucket in a garbage can as his bass drum.
Check out "Honest," Battlehooch's first tune from its acoustic set, below.
The concert was part of an acoustic/electric series—that's past programs have included Matt Baldwin and Mike Beck—concocted by music promoter/musician Keigan Skydecker. Stay tuned for more from Skydecker in the future.
Acoustic Set: Honest Pop Song Looks You Can't See Red Tide Widow's Walk Seraphim Caliphate Baby Sharks
Electric Set: (not necessarily in this order) "Giggy Smile" - By Faust Hope L Train Joke Human Ram Pickin' Fields 22
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