BUSHWICK'S Not Blood Paint plays an unusual blend of visionary rock that hearkens back to the psychedelic sixties while maintaining a contemporary edge.
The band’s touring in support of their latest album, Believing is Believing. It’s a transcendental, skull-rattling thing of elaborate beauty, fascinatingly impossible to categorize in its weaving arrangements and melodies. If you like mind-melding progressive rock with Zappa-meets-Mars-Volta swagger and the daring of ‘60s psych risk-takers, you won’t want to miss this.
Known for their wild shows, Not Blood Paint utilizes costumes, set pieces, and theatrics to create an immersive experience; it’s sure to look particularly dazzling in the glitz of El-Rocko.
The Savannah ties run deep with the Brooklyn band—when Tokalos drummer Natalie Cutitta was living in Brooklyn, she co-ran a venue/collective called Good Friend Electric. The members of Not Blood Paint were frequent performers.
Tuesday, August 2, 9 p.m., free, 21+