EOTO will hit the ground running with over 20+ shows booked for their 2013 “We All Ascend” Tour slated to kick off on January 31st in Boston, MA. The duo will be performing throughout Northeast and Southeastern states before heading back to their home stomping grounds for a short Colorado run and tour finale at 2720 Cherokee in St. Louis.
A New Year’s Eve Party is much like the Super Bowl. A highly anticipated hyped event that rarely lives up to preceding tension. The event must live up to the crowds expectations and tote a larger than expected production. If you don’t end up there, or if game time doesn’t deliver the goods, disappointment is naturally amidst. Luckily us Coloradan’s here on the Front Range we have a super rare opportunity to end our year with; the chance to spend three nights with an iconic Colorado musical entity.
On a night in the Rockies that provided us such amazing music, there were many decisions to make as to which show to choose.
Z2 Entertainment is proud to present EOTO with Liquid Stranger & Jantsen to the Boulder Theater on Sunday, March 16, 2013. Tickets will go on sale to the public on Friday, December 14th, 2012 at 10:00 am for $30 general admission.As electronic influences continue to penetrate the live rock, jazz, and jam ethos, one band consistently rises to the top, bringing together fans from across the musical spectrum.
2012 has been a transformational year for mankind. As I'm lying in bed drifting into sleep to the soundtrack of Jimi Hendrix's, 'Are You Experienced,' it dawns on me how similar the movements of 2012 have been to the concepts behind much of the music that transpired during the Summer of Love.
Denver’s Fillmore is in store for a psy-dub-bass showdown this Holiday season, as perennial electronic favorites EOTO take the stage on December 8th with VibeSquad and NiT GriT. Known for their 100% live improvised performances, EOTO has been carving out their niche as an electronic dubstep dance duo, interweaving live instrumentation, for a unique musical experience night after night.
I despise the term “jamband” – wait - let me take that back – I dislike the word “jamband” when trying to describe a genre of music. This hasn’t always been the case. In the early 90’s, I was into Phish, the Grateful Dead and Widespread Panic, and these bands, while vastly different, did kind of fit into the jamband genre, with psychedelic extended guitar throw-downs, driving drumbeats and improvational aspects not fo