1st Annual Greenfield Psych Fest

1st Annual Greenfield Psych Fest

Sun ยท July 29, 2018

12:00 pm

$10 in advance - $12 at the door

Off Sale

Two floors of psychedelic rock music from noon till 9. On the lineup are surf meets Latin-influenced pysch rock band Money Chicha (Austin, TX), local avant-garde progressive psych band Bunnies, Ralph White of Bad Livers (Austin, TX), Greenfield-based polyrhythmic psych punk/cumbia jazz band World Eaters, and other acts.

Money Chicha
Money Chicha
Austin, Texas based outfit that plays psychedelic cumbias. Members of Brownout and Grupo Fantasma.
Bunnies
Psychedelic, prog, krautish, art rock with dense lyrical content and delivery.
Trinary System
Boston) Roger Miller (Mission of Burma, Birdsongs of the Mezozoic, Alloy Orchestra) is a Boston music and post-punk icon. His first love was psychedelic rock and with his Trinary System trio he brings the psych influence into his music, even if from a Television-esque direction. Guitar-heavy art-rock with garage and groove influences within. The group has a brand new album forthcoming.
Ralph White
Ralph White
World Eaters
World Eaters
Greenfield-based World Eaters play polyrhythmic psych-punk with horns. Members of Shokazoba, Vimana and Holy Vex. Where punk, psych & metal meet cumbia, Afro, taqsim, free-jazz and more.
Vimana
ranklin County's premier psychedelic jazz-rock band, the group has ranged from it's original eight-piece ensemble down to it's current power trio (with guests). Think Zappa, Hendrix, Sun Ra...
Bromp Treb
Bromp Treb
Bromp Treb is the onomatopoeic flailings of Neil Young Cloaca (b. 1976, USA). Composing and improvising with intentionally-unstable systems of his own devising, he joyfully uses/misues busted circuits, collaged beats, cheap effects pedals, poor drumming technique, and tape manipulation to make idiosyncratic music/nonmusic.

Also a member of Fat Worm of Error.
TARP
Josh Burkett (Mystra Records, Frozen Corn) and Conrad Capistran (Sunburned Hand of The Man) are the improv duo Tarp. They "began early in the century, during the ascendance of the plumbers' crack noise revolution. But even then, they didn't feel compelled to show their butts to the audience. They'd just sit at their electronics, thousand yard stares guiding their eyes, and play some of the best low-bore machine improv since the glory days of Cluster." - Byron Coley. http://feedingtuberecords.com/releases/tarp-2/
Venue Information:
Hawks & Reed Performing Arts Center
289 Main St
Greenfield, MA, 01301
https://www.hawksandreed.com/