The group — which has opened for artists as diverse as Galactic, Flogging Molly, Yonder Mountain String Band, and Ghostland Observatory, and is currently touring as a foursome — practices an instrument-battering brand of garage n’ blues rock dosed in psychedelia and finished with some funky pounding low-end swagger, muscular keys, crunchy fuzzy guitar riffs interspersed with pedal-warped licks and cleaner piercing solos, the occasional offbeat circus/gypsy digressions, and raspy soulful vocals howled over top of it all.
This tour backs 2013 Kickstarter-funded sophomore LP, Good Time Suicide, and on this latest date, People's Blues of Richmond returns to New World and gets strong support from sludge-grind power trio Florida Night Heat, and groovin' two-piece Oxford Noland. 9 p.m., New World Brewery, Ybor City, $8.
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Hot Box Session, "Cocaine Powder"
And I'm not 100 percent sure what this is called - "Genghis Khan"? Or, it's just a jam. Hotness, either way.