Dirtwire brings eclectic eletronica to the Balcony

by DGO Web Administrator

In an age of bands describing their genre with ever-expanding combinations of nouns and adjectives, the duo of Dirtwire might have everyone beat: swamptronic space cowboy.

The group, made up by David Satori (violin, banjo, acoustic guitar, slide guitar, slide banjo, jimbush, kone, guimbri, samples, piano, ilimba, percussion, drums and production and Evan Fraser (kamale n’goni, megaphone, harmonica, lap steel slide guitars, jaw harps, kaen, ilimba, piano, melodica, berimbau, pandeiro, mouthbow, bones, beatbox, zabumba, calabash and percussion) put on a show that is part electronica, world beat and all around mysterious Americana and is wholly and irresistibly dance-able.

They’ll be at the Balcony Backstage Sunday, Nov. 13. The show is 21-and-up and the cover is $15. Tickets are available at Southwest Sound & www.Durangomassive.com


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