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Dynamite Brothers, Heron, Pinche Gringo

When: Sat., April 3, 10 p.m. 2010

Not content with being the Triangle's premier funk/hard rock/soul/free-range jazz outfit, the Dynamite Brothers also want to be the area's answer to Muscle Shoals' Swampers. In the early stages is the Dynamite Extended Family Project, wherein the Dynos collaborate with and back a variety of local musicians, like Mosadi Music's Shirlette Ammmons and The Rosebuds' Ivan Howard. True to form, they'll hop across genres in the process. In the meantime, there'll be opportunities—like this show with Durham's metal-leaning fire-eaters Heron and the stripped-near-bare garage sounds of Pinche Gringo—to see the Dynamite Brothers do their own thing: They'll mix percussion-heavy intros with slow-gyration outros, funk-fueled workouts with psychedelic hoedowns, and hard-rocking Friday nights with Philly-soul sunrises. —Rick Cornell

Price: Free

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