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Thursday, February 28, 2013

Live: Southern Culture on the Skids in one of their preferred rooms (Video)

Posted by on Thu, Feb 28, 2013 at 3:51 PM

The Berkeley Cafe is one of the definitive venues in which to see local legends Southern Culture on the Skids. It could be the intimacy of the place or how the group's sound translates in the awkward room's layout—I'm not certain. What is certain, though, is that the Berk breathes new life into the group's material. When they play the Berkeley Cafe, they bring a little something extra. And at the end of the night, with ears ringing and a variety of drunken people exiting, the lights come up to reveal empty beer bottles everywhere and remnants of fried chicken on the floor, just as it should be.

The Woolly Bushmen from Orlando, an excellent trio of young guys playing early and raw rock n roll, opened.

And here is Southern Culture on the Skids playing a song they haven't done live in recent memory—"Where is the Moon," from Mojo Box.

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Dan Schram captures Southern Culture on the Skids in one of their best rooms.


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