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Otis The Destroyer
Wednesday, November 9
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Otis the Destroyer exited the recording studio last March with Belushi, a collection of four tracks titled for the bombastic star of Animal House. As intense and energetic as its comedic namesake, the EP is strikingly different without treading into completely foreign terrain. Gesturing toward Iggy Pop's weirder salad days, forceful tracks like "Cheetah" cut through the air like a silver bullet. Spitting mouthfuls of verbiage at lightning fast speeds – "Baby, imma Cheetah/ But, baby/ I wanna be a man" – Otis' frontman Taylor Wilkins harkens back to the architects of American punk rock with his gnarled growl. Proud adherents of Austin's experimental rock tradition, Otis the Destroyer is the perfect choice for any crowdsurfing dad in search of solid jams. The fuzzy rockers split the bill the noisy lowlifes of Freebiez and Salms at Ventura. 8pm, $5, Ventura SATX, 1011 Ave. B

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