10/22 - Columbia, MO - Rose Music Hall
10/23 - Springfield, MO - Outland Ballroom
10/25 - Omaha, NE - Slowdown
10/26 - Lawrence, KS - Granada Theater
10/28 - Denver, CO - Bluebird Theater
10/29 - Boulder, CO - Fox Theatre
10/31 - Jackson Hole, WY - Pink Garter
11/3 - Bellingham, WA - Wild Buffalo
11/4 - Seattle, WA - Nectar Lounge
11/5 - Portland, OR - Dante's
11/6 - Eugene, OR - HiFi Music Hall
11/7 - Bend, OR - Capitol
11/9 - Arcata, CA - Humbrew's
11/11 - San Francisco, CA - Great American
11/12 - Chico, CA - Lost on Main
11/13 - Reno, NV - The Saint
11/14 - Santa Cruz, CA - Catalyst Nightclub
11/16 - Santa Barbara, CA - Velvet Jones
11/18 - Los Angeles, CA - Echoplex
11/19 - San Diego, CA - Music Box Theater
Honeycomb & Sean Byrne
The two freestyle raps and beats, and near the end of their set, they’re joined on stage by Moon Hooch’s drummer James Muschler.
You already know the secret origin of Moon Hooch. The band was busking in the street of New York City Subway stations and caught the attention of They Might Be Giants, who asked them to go on national tour with them.
Now with two albums (a self-titled debut album and This Is Cave Music), the band mostly stuck to newer songs like ‘Something Else’, which kicked off their set.
As previously mentioned, the dance floor was packed, especially for a Sunday night. The fans in front absolutely loved the funk and danced and raved throughout the night.
As the show was about to end, Honeycomb came on stage to help the trio close out their set with a totally improvised song. I don’t think they have a title for it, but I’m sure the song will likely make it on a future album.
Moon Hooch at Triple Rock Social Club, Minneapolis (16 October 2016)