Wed, Nov 20 | Spokesman

Safehouse presents Dreameater, Randall Holt & Conrad Keely

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Safehouse presents Dreameater, Randall Holt & Conrad Keely

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Nov 20, 2019, 8:00 PM
Spokesman, 440 E St Elmo Rd A-2, Austin, TX 78745, USA

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Live-performances from a few T-R-U-E  🙅ATX classics. Experience the sites and sounds of some absolutely killer experimental and high energy ATX staples and best music the city has to offer!

Dream Eater - 10PM ⚗

Planted firmly at the intersection of punk and prog, the root of Dream Eater is a combo of drum barrage and journeying bass that provides unique ground for guitars, organ, and saxophone to travel upon.

Randall Holt - 9PM ⚔

One of Austin’s best classical and experimental cellists, Randall Holt is a member of Knest (with Thor Harris and Jonathan Horne) and Horne + Holt. Randall has also played in Reverend Glasseye and has collaborated with a wide range of artists including Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Yann Tiersen, Eric McFadden Trio and jazz composer Adam Rudolph.

Conrad Keely - 8PM ⚱

Keely co-founded …Trail of Dead with Jason Reece, a childhood friend from Hawaii. Begun in Austin Texas in 1995, the band has been touring non-stop ever since, and this year has marked their 20th year anniversary with their ninth album entitled IX. Not one to slow his pace, Keely was encouraged by fellow band-mate Autry Fulbright to record a collection of solo material that would allow him to vent creative ideas and styles different from the hard-rock, high energy textures his band has become known for. During his time spent as an expatriate in Cambodia, Keely began spending more time playing solo shows (although not always acoustic) as well as collaborating with other musicians, both expat and Cambodian, on material as diverse as Irish folk, American bluegrass, to Khmer classics from the golden age of Cambodian psychedelic rock, a scene cut tragically short by the Khmer Rouge regime in 1974. The diversity of styles has informed much of his latest writing, but also expanded his approach to the songs he’s written over the last twenty years for his rock band.

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