Trouble in The Streets  •  TV Broken 3rd Eye Open  •  Max Moscoe Quartet atOne-2-One
Saturday, June 01
Show 8:00PM
Ends 2:00AM
$10 advance
$15 day of

Trouble in The Streets
Hailing from Austin, TX and playing their very own unique style dubbed as “Electro Tribe”, Trouble in The Streets has quickly moved up the local and vibrant musical culture surrounding them. Mixing a blend of influences from World, to Hip-Hop, Electronic, and R&B, Trouble in The Streets continues to leave a big musical impression everywhere they play. Most recently they have played with George Clinton and the Parliament Funkadelic, Grammy Award Winners Rebirth Brass Band, Beto Martinez of the Grammy Award Winning project Grupo Fantasma, along with many notable artists across the nation.

TV Broken 3rd Eye Open
An eclectic and versatile seven-piece band that fuses together a multitude of musical styles from across the world into a psychedelic explosion of sound. Equipped with didgeridoos, sitars, guitars, world percussion, keys, synthesizers, drums, bass, flutes, harmonicas, banjos, and the kitchen sink; it is a musical ensemble like no other. The band draws inspiration from a myriad of musical genres such as afro funk, jazz, psychedelic groove, Indian, folk, blues, and even spaghetti western circus cabaret. Though the band’s sound is unique in its own right, the TV Broken 3rd Eye Open experience also has a significant visual component. The TV Towers 2.0 (debuting in April 2019) is a way to express the way the band sees their music through visual art. Stunning visuals of sacred geometry and psychedelic imagery are then projected on to the stage to combine with the music to make for a truly unique experience.

Max Moscoe Quartet
Max Moscoe is an Austin, Texas based pianist, singer, and composer. All sounds are fair game for Max; you can find him drifting between deep funk grooves, soulful ballads, or a blues-rock feel at any moment. His musical styles and influences span across many genres, but his mission is very distinct: create a unique and moving listening experience each time he takes the stage.
Max’s newest endeavor is the Max Moscoe Quartet (MMQ), which features an all-star cast of ATX jam musicians. MMQ is comprised of Connor Marshall of Koodookoo, Keither Perkins of Cream Cheese Accident, and Mike Boyd of Mad Science and founding member of A Live One. MMQ sets contain Max’s original music, jam classics (Grateful Dead, Phish, String Cheese Incident) and other surprises ranging from bluegrass to jazz!