It's time to head back to the Walnut Room for another great show featuring local musicians. This time four local bands are playing music of the more exploratory kind - a display of skill and talent that shows thinking outside of what some people normally define as rock. This night is definitely about instrumental appreciation, as all four bands play music without featuring a vocalist. If you want to see some fresh musical ideas, this is the place to be.

Panal S.A. de C.V. is a four piece experimental and progressive rock band. They play music that is influenced not only by hard and progressive rock, but also with Latin American music styles, creating a unique progressive combination that is both technical and beautiful. Check out "You Knew I Was A Snake".

Cult of the Lost Cause is a progressive rock band influenced by heavy metal. This instrumental trio makes music with technical force - they can create a powerful sound that mesmerizes with its many key, tempo, and time signature changes. Check out "The Receiving End".

Micro Marauder is an experimental improvisational instrumental duo. The two are heavily rooted in post jazz, creating unexpected soundscapes using only a seven string guitar and drum set. The improvisational aspect of this duo means their music can pretty much go anywhere.

Go Star is another experimental project involving acclaimed local trumpeter Joshua Trinidad. Using the unusual combination of trumpet with bass,  drums and electronics, Go Star seeks to conquer new territory in experimental and improvisational sound. Check out "Mystery Trane".

The Walnut Room doors open at 7:30PM and the show starts at 8:00PM. The show is 21+ and tickets are $7.

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