9 p.m. Saturday Jan. 24 / Peeve’s Public House, 1243 Fulton Mall / Free / All ages / (559) 573-5735, www.peevespub.com
For its second album release, the San Francisco band Extra Classic borrowed from the Jamaican “showcase” format. Each of the album’s six songs is immediately followed by an instrumental “dub” remix. To further capture the sonic qualities of Jamaican reggae and dub music, the album was done in complete analog, recorded on vintage eight-track tape equipment. The result, which was released in June, is best described as psychedelic reggae. These are “new songs with old sounds in a swirling mixture of tape splicing, space echo and heavy phase,” according to the band’s press. Extra Classic’s eight-piece band plays a free, all-ages show Saturday at Peeve’s Public House. Fresno soul/reggae act The Notones opens the show.