ARTS Pick: Disco Risqué defies categories

ARTS Pick: Disco Risqué defies categories

Disco Risqué’s mission? “To take over the world one sweaty, borderline-psychotic-music lover at a time.” Their method? Creating and performing some of the most high-energy, hard-to-categorize music in Charlottesville. Imagine George Clinton on his angriest day, combined with Santana-esque riffs at triple their normal speed, and you can start to appreciate what the group does on epic tracks such as “Wreckfest at Riffany’s” and “Nosebleed Blues.”

Friday, June 29. Free, 5:30pm. Sprint Pavilion, 700 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. 245-4910.

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