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Music :: Rock
Daisy Chain Presents: Los Toms w/ Hot Milk and the Flower Pallets & Minot
7:30 PM (America/Denver)
Zootown Arts Community Center
Monday, May 20 // Door at 7 PM // Show at 7:30 PM // $10 Advance // $15-$20 Artist Supporter

From out of the chaos emerges Los Toms, a psychedelic desert fuzz trio from Fort Collins, Colorado. Oscillating between surreal psychedelia and heavy psychrock, the band is dynamic, punchy, and provocative. Spanish and English lyrics intertwine across a patchwork of driving bass and post-rock fury. A musical collective focused on live-performance; Los Toms are said to appear unto the well-initiated acolytes across the American West.

Formed in 2017 with their origins in late-night, heavy jam sessions in a poorly wired, abandoned airplane hangar, Los Toms sank their teeth into psychedelia with The Sticker EP (2019), best characterized by the song “Ziggurat”. This early era is lo-fi, guitar drenched in reverb and digital delay. Lyrics appear more as sporadic, hypnotic chants, punctuating the band’s grooving rhythm section.

Plans are now in motion for the release of a fourth album, Tube Theory, in 2024 – a milestone representative of the evolving and maturing style of Los Toms. With a quicker, more deliberate approach to songwriting, these long-awaited tracks have become the staple core of live performances. The band continues to present new material, taking inspiration from modern psychedelic rock outfits like King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Weeed, and Kikagaku Moyo, as well as from progenitors like Black Sabbath and Pink Floyd.

Hot Milk and the Flower Pallets is an Instrumental Progressive Psych Rock band from Bozeman MT. Featuring Harley Everhoney on bass, Cooper Tedford on drums, and Brandon Briere on guitar and synth. This trio brings a high energy performance each set. Hot Milks debut album released in April on all streaming platforms.

Minot is a lo-fi garage punk baking mixture made of two parts Midwestern and a dash of Northern New England. The shortest distance between two sonic points is made by leaving no room for lengthy melodic banter. Drenched in reverb to cover their inadequacies; This band has a driving rhythm of Mo Tucker’s brother and the belief that less is always more. Minot because…. Why not?
Age Group: 18+
Venue: Zootown Arts Community Center
Address: 216 W. Main St. Missoula, MT 59802
Phone: (406) 549-7555

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