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The Claypool Lennon Delirium Defies Time and Space to Ring in 2019 at the Fillmore

Psych-rock dream team, the Claypool Lennon Delirium, takes one of rock's most sacred venues by storm on New Year's Eve as they prepare to launch a nationwide tour supporting their ambitious second album South of Reality.

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Les Claypool's Duo de Twang: Four Foot Shack

Les Claypool goes stripped-down and acoustic with an interesting array of covers and revised versions of Primus and his solo songs.

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Death's Head Lullabies: Tom Waits - "Earth Died Screaming"

We kick off our latest Between the Grooves series today. Among the records of Tom Waits, Bone Machine is the one fans keep hidden amongst themselves, a secret treasure only the devout are privy to and the seasoned are worthy of. Simply put, it is not for the faint of heart.

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Primus: 14 October 2011 - Chicago

Funk metal legends Primus stopped by Chicago Friday October 14, 2011 in support of their eighth studio release Green Naugahyde (Prawn Song/ATO). Enthusiasts gathered at the sizable Congress Theater for two full sets.

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Gogol Bordello + Primus: 12 Aug 2010 - Morrison, CO

There are not many bands in this world that perform such original and groundbreaking music with as much passion and eccentricity as Gogol Bordello and Primus.

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The Oddity Faire: A Mutated Mini Fest

I got to the Riviera Theatre a little too late for the opening band, but arrived just in time to witness a man hammering a nail into his nostril.

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Les Claypool: Where Fish Congregate

Quite simply, like the sturgeon itself, Claypool is the Maestro of the Bottom.

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Mushroom Men: The Spore Wars

For all the innovation in Mushroom Men, it is not applied in a way that suitably overcomes the inherent problems of the genre.

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Zach Hill: Astrological Straits

Hill finds the song form in free-form and stops stroking his ego and starts writing songs.

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Les Claypool: Fancy [DVD]

Les Claypool is a rhythm stick surrealist, a man who uses the lower octaves of the scale to simulate all kinds of musical madness – funk, progressive, rock…even the ridiculous

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