THE REX COMPLEX with special guests MONIQUE ORTIZ and RAILBIRD
THE REX COMPLEX
with special guests
$8 ADVANCE / $10 at the door
8:30 doors / 9:30 show
THE REX COMPLEX - The Boston Metro says: This band's song "Missing Pieces" starts like a weirder version of a Police reggae tune before switching into a backwardsy beat and chugging guitar with squealing falsetto vocal attached to a little indie keyboard, then back to the first part. We've never heard anything like it."
Boston's The Weekly Dig described them as, "An inventive, genre-tripping duo that is...a style implosion that taps a kitchen-sink sonic palate." The group's oddball lyrical humor covers bizarre concepts such as eating cats and preachers selling asthma dust, but other songs touch on topics such as driving a man out to see his mother's grave on her birthday.
"The Rex Complex is one of the most exciting bands I have had the pleasure of playing with," says musician Dana Colley (Morphine, A.K.A.C.O.D.). "This band is a must see for anyone with a pulse...driving tempos, soul wrenching vocals, nothing short of a voodoo revival where upon the listener may want to check his head to see if it hasn't shrunk."
Steve Morse, a long time Boston Globe writer described them as "a fresh percussive meld of musical styles." Their new full length album called " A Delicious Victory" is done and will be out soon.
Along with special guests, the low rockin' Monique Ortiz and the rootsy racousness of Railbird.
The Lizard Lounge
1667 Massachsetts Ave.
Cambidge, MA 02138
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|