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Ed Schrader’s Music Beat


When: October 29, 2012

A product of the same Wham City collective in Baltimore that spawned Dan Deacon, Ed Schrader puts on a similarly singular show. Utilising nothing but a floor tom and a pair of howling lungs, and with Devlin Rice adding some righteous bass alongside him, Ed Schrader’s Music Beat is like nothing you’ve ever heard before in rock and roll. Or everything you’ve heard before in rock and roll, condensed into its purest point. Take a look at the video to get an idea of what we mean…

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