The eclectic NYC-based band Gutbucket (pictured) is coming to St. Louis on Friday, April 10 to perform at Mad Art Gallery.
Gutucket's Web site describes their sound as "punk/jazz kerzoom music" that is "destroying walls between art-rock, avant-squonk, and mathed-out prog," while the Boston Globe said that the band "blends free jazz, hardcore rock, oddball time signatures, and other elements into a cacophonous, humor-laden sound all its own." You can hear some samples of Gutbucket's music on their MySpace page.
If the name sounds familiar, perhaps it's because they've been to St. Louis before, most recently in November 2005 to play at the Center of Creative Arts (COCA) in University City. Look for an update here when ticket information for Gutbucket's Mad Art Gallery show is released.