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Thursday, August 21, 2014

Noisy Night Nears in Hudson

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David Drucker of Painted Faces
  • David Drucker of Painted Faces

How about freeing your mind with some good ol’ experimental noise? Come on, gotta have some roughage in your diet once in a while. The Spotty Dog Books & Ale in Hudson has long been a haven for that stuff, as well the freakier folk sounds out there, and for August 27 the bookstore/bar/art supply merchant/live music venue has put together a fine trifecta of challenging acts: ISA Christ, Painted Faces, and Savior Self.

ISA Christ is the nom de noise of Dylan Hay, who has been involved in such deep-underground units as Blood Priest, Lucifer’s Worm, Mother Earth (6), and Wicked Rot. Painted Faces is the solo recording project of artist/musician David Drucker. Live, Painted Faces consists of Drucker and “whoever else he happens to have playing with him that night or for that tour (often just himself or one or other person if not a full band).” Hudson duo Savior Self includes local mainstay Logan Visscher (World Lines), and performs only rarely.

Dig this clip of ISA Christ at the 2013 Ende Tymes Festival in Brooklyn:

ISA Christ, Painted Faces, and Savior Self will perform at the Spotty Dog Books & Ale in Hudson on August 31 at 8pm. Admission is $5. For information, call (518) 671-6006 or visit http://www.thespottydog.com/blog/.

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