Pianist, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist producer Marco Benevento
, a man who has never suffered from lack of talent and whom you might know from Garage A Trois, Surprise Me Mr. Davis and numerous other bands, brings his legacy of experimental jazz and rock to the Jambalaya. It's $12, $10 advanced and The Getdown
will apparently be playing, too. The show gets going around 9 p.m. It's 21-and-over, natch.
And as if to prove that Tuesdays can never be boring, Emancipator Ensemble
, Slow Magic
keep the groove going at Arcata Theatre Lounge. Think electronic, sampling and plenty of beats, beats, beats. Doors open at 9:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 advance and available at People's Records, Wildberries, The Works and this show is 21-and-over.
Bonus: Think ahead about Thursday: The Siren’s Song hosts San Francisco’s The Desert Line
and Eureka’s Companion Animal
. The latter band’s “Tsunami Siren” track is available via Companion Animal’s Facebook page and well worth a listen, not only for the fun of relating to the topic, but also the charming and catchy semi-retro pop factor. The Desert Line delivers a sound more atmospheric, wistful — exquisite. Show starts at 9 p.m., is all ages and free, although tips for the band will be appreciated.
Give a listen to the Desert Line here