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The Volt per Octaves at Elsie’s


Santa Barbara moog music gurus The Volt per Octaves are set to play tonight, February 20, downtown at Elsie’s. Nick and Anna Montoya have had a long and loving relationship with their moogs, making intricate electronic compositions with influences like Goldfrapp, Ima Robot, and Devo. Already they have put out one CD, Sleeping In/Theta Release, and are working on a second to come out around the summertime, which will feature Brian Kehew of The Who and Air! This husband-and-wife duo has rocked the local scene many times over, and this time they are doing it with Bizzarro Lord Zool, After the Goldrush, and Darren Holzhausen for a night of electronic immersion. The show starts at 10 p.m.

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