The Narcotix, Sheen Marina, Kevin Wynd
Once upon a time, there were two West African girls who fell on top of a guitar and drum set and started convulsing on them until notations were formed. Thus, The Narcotix were born. Originally stemming from the ghostly woodlands of Virginia come slightly off kids ready to unleash a bacchanal of polyrhythms and howling upon the NYC music scene. Many have described their sound as being a cross-breed of afro-psychedelic-alpaca-village music with mountain-math-existential-crisis rock, but it's best to catch a show and experience the vibrations for yourselves.
Venue: Mercury Lounge
217 E. Houston St.
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