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Supervoid and Dirti Speshuls rock new songs

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It was a great night for local rock and roll at the Slice, Jan. 28.The Dirtis Speshuls playing new songs, Jan. 28. Photo By Richard Amery
 A rejigged Supervoid were just getting started as I arrived.

Frontman/ guitarist Jon Vornbrock shaved his head, making him look even more like the Smashing Pumpkins’ Billy Corgan, who his voice always strongly resembles.

Tyson Wiebe was filling in on bass while Dean Wilson held down the beat on drums for the ’90s influenced alternative rock trio. They plowed through much of the material from their latest CD “Infinity Plus One” as well as a few choice covers.

The Supervoid playing the Slice, Jan. 28. Photo by Richard Amery I always seem to miss the Dirti Speshuls , so I was glad to catch frontman Todd Carter, bassist Rick Beres, guitarist Jon Vornbrock and drummer Dean Wilson.

They had a huge pop rock ’90s sound and musical hooks to die for.

They played a few songs from their CD, beginning with the highlights “Gotta Go” and “Crazy Rocky” and added several catchy new rockers as well.
 Approximately 80 people were there to see a rare performance from them.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 10 February 2016 12:49 )  
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