Moon Hooch meets John Coltrane in the cosmos

Imagine what John Coltrane’s music would sound like today if he was still alive. That’s the idea behind Brooklyn’s Moon Hooch, which uses instruments to create electronic sounds. The trio has a name for its unique musical genre. “We call it ‘cave music’ because it’s house music but with live instruments, so it’s more primitive,” said Michael Wilbur, who plays ...

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ALO fills stage with animals, instruments and “amour”

ALO, the Animal Liberation Orchestra, jammed through the night Feb. 21 before a near sellout crowd in the Crystal Bay Casino Crown Room. Here’s the set list and photos by Larry Sabo. First set “Animal” “Pobre” “Dominoes” “Blew” “Appetite” “Music” “Try” “Maria” Second Set “Combat” “Bizarre” “Celery” “Walls” “Lay Love” (with the T Sisters) “Bubble” “Sexo” “Lady”

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