ARTS Pick: Zammuto at The Southern

ARTS Pick: Zammuto at The Southern

Wednesday 9/5


Being innovative is exhausting work. Nick Zammuto could have decided that, after a prolific stint with cellist Paul de Jong as The Books, he’d coast with the street cred he got for experimenting with what he calls “collage-pop music.” Instead he takes up the loop and synth mantle with an eye towards layered sound, building the fullness and flavor of the songs—like a club sandwich you can dance to. $10-12, 9pm. The Southern Café and Music Hall, 103 S. First St. 977-5590.

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