Following the announcement that the band is recording their first full-length album, progressive jazz quartet [ Q ] have now been added to the third annual Austin Instrumental Music Festival, which will be held at Empire Control Room & Garage on February 25th, 2017. The San Antonio-based outfit will share the bill with Fermata Playa, Rattletree, Verisimilitude, and the popular post-rock duo El Ten Eleven.
Early Bird tickets can be purchased below and on [Eventbrite]. A minimum of two can be bought at a time, and they are $15 each, so bring a friend!
Having recently coalesced from jam sessions between four TIMEWHEEL artists, the new band flirts with the experimental boundaries of free-form music and leaves the audiences of their live performances stunned with their casual, but complex talent.
Involved in the project are Raul Rodriguez, the lead guitarist and co-producer of Something Fiction, the often-coupled multi-instrumentalists Arkeologist and 40.Hands who play bass and keys, respectively, and locally-renown beatmaker Jonah Conrad who plays drums.
Together, the band has created a laid-back fusion of contemporary free-jazz which is powered by the creative expanses of each member’s own inner ascendancy, making for an invigorating live performance that will leave spectators in awe.
Get an idea of what [Q] sounds like by checking out some tracks by each member below!
About the Author
Alex Barclay is a freelance music journalist and label representative at TIMEWHEEL. A long time listener of progressive music, Alex has been an active member in the San Antonio independent music scene for years.