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Title:
N. Nomurai; Lo Sono; Kisser
When:
Sat 11/24  9:00pm
Where:
Schlafly Tap Room - St. Louis
Category:
Variety

Description

N. NOMURAI gets its name from large jellyfish called Nemopilema nomurai that roam the seas between China and Japan in search of party girls and new sounds. James (nee Freeky Jimmy) holds the bass; Erich (nee Sowside Erk) gleans the circuitry for atmospherics; Jerome (aka JZ Beat) feels the skins.

LO SONO is JZ Beat on the skins again with Nate on the powered gitfiddle and Marcus doing what he does.

KISSER is the newest in rock n' roll from the River City. Watch out for Hare on the skins. This demo does not reflect the work they did in the studio in late September with Jason Hutto.

Venue

Venue/Location:
Schlafly Tap Room   -   Website
Street:
2100 Locust St.
ZIP:
63103
City:
St. Louis
State (ex: MO):
MO

Description

Phone: 314-241-2337

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