Pittsburgh math-core band Save Us From the Archon plays Wednesday, Sept. 7 at Strummer’s. The instrumental quartet, currently on tour as direct support for Sianvar, plays avant-garde noise punctuated with sporadic melodies, “which is confusing to pop audiences,” says guitarist Andrew Cresto. Read an interview at Fresnobeehive.com.
Pittsburgh math-core band Save Us From the Archon plays Wednesday, Sept. 7 at Strummer’s. The instrumental quartet, currently on tour as direct support for Sianvar, plays avant-garde noise punctuated with sporadic melodies, “which is confusing to pop audiences,” says guitarist Andrew Cresto. Read an interview at Fresnobeehive.com. Special to The Bee
Pittsburgh math-core band Save Us From the Archon plays Wednesday, Sept. 7 at Strummer’s. The instrumental quartet, currently on tour as direct support for Sianvar, plays avant-garde noise punctuated with sporadic melodies, “which is confusing to pop audiences,” says guitarist Andrew Cresto. Read an interview at Fresnobeehive.com. Special to The Bee
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Save Us From the Archon guitarist Andrew Cresto talks avant-garde

September 01, 2016 03:17 PM

UPDATED September 02, 2016 01:27 PM

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