A Rockin’ Good Time at the Jackpot Saloon

Filed under: Music Scene — Queenkv November 16, 2005 @ 2:21 pm

I posted these pix on lawrence.com.

Superargo opened up the set at the Jackpot Saloon last Thursday night. The Skullhead lip synched and rocked out on the mic. The laptop-mixed-up music was loud, glitchy and infectious. The crowd loved the anti-corporate/patriotic slide show mixed into the set.


Evan Saatoff was up next. He’s a local music artist with a sweet indie pop sound. Maybe a bit too mellow, since his set ended up competiting with the crowd noise in the bar.


Deerhoof headlined the show. The bay area band got a warm welcome from the Lawrence crowd. They had a great noisey set – crunchy guitars, frentic drums and deconstructed harmonies.


Satomi Matsuzaki’s breathy vocals floated over the noisy punk pop set. When she wasn’t rocking out on the guitar, she struck a few kung-fu poses to the crowd’s delight.

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