Clubs & Concerts

OM

When: Sun., Nov. 25, 8:30 p.m. 2012

At the start, OM was the rhythm section of Sleep, the slow-motion weed-metal titans who split after their masterpiece, Dopesmoker, was done; as a duo, Chris Hakius and Al Cisneros found a sleepy-eyed groove and rode it into oblivion, chanting polysyllabic spells over the top. Since Hakius' departure, though, and the addition of Emil Amos, OM has stretched into psychedelic excess, shrouding its throb in intriguing new age and classical tones. Their latest, Advaitic Songs, pushes the band into new narcotic realms, deep rhythms washed in lysergic patterns. For more on OM, see page 45. With the amazing Daniel Higgs and the local Solar Halos. —Grayson Currin

Price: $12-$14

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