Centro-matic falls within the vanguard of alt-country indie rock that Uncle Tupelo began to define and Wilco did with A.M. and Being There. Centro-matic's music, though reliant on poppy hooks, also contains a fair amount of experimentation. Not quite as alt-country-ish as Ryan Adams or Okkervil River, Centro-matic blends warm, often plucked, acoustic guitars and the occasional kicked-in distortion pedal with the multi-layered falsetto of former Funland drummer, Will Johnson. Some of Centro-matic's members cross over into the side project: South San Gabriel.
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|May 31 9:00pm 2014||Centro-matic, Pleasant Grove, American Werewolf Academy||Mohawk||$12||All Ages|