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The Void back for a crack at second CD release party

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 People can’t get enough of local alt rock band the Void.

 They had another full house, June 6,  at the Owl Acoustic Lounge, for their second CD release party of the week. While I just missed opening act Lustre Creame‘s progressive rock  muse and new tunes, surprise guests Milwaukee Talkie were up next. Milwaukee Talkie played before  the Void. Photo by Richard Amery

The Void’s Jon Vornbrock was on drums and vocals and guitarist/ vocalist Zan Owsley played gritty punk influenced rock.

The Void played another very much Smashing Pumpkins influenced late ’90s style rock. They played  the music form their new CD  “RobotSpaceLove,” including  “Robot Song From Robot Son,” for which they filmed a video. But unlike their May 31 CD release party at the Slice, the robot from the video didn’t make an appearance.
 They played a solid and tight set throughout.

— By Richard Amery, L.A Beat Editor

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 12 June 2013 10:51 )  
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