XVSK returns to Williamsport Dec. 17

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December 8, 2011

Working with the shorthand monicker XVSK, cellist Trevor Exter and percussionist John Kimock have a unique chemistry as musicians, wringing the depth of drums and cello. The music skirts the edges of indie rock, Americana, roots rock and improvisation that verges on jazziness.

At once modern and tribal, melodic and in the groove, the rhythm section of the drums and bottom of the cello creates a foundation for Exter to weave melody and harmony-- created with an occasional loop-- from the high end of the cello and then solo with pizzicato and bowed solos.

The surprising range of sounds created by these two artists fleshes out the lyrics and reassures the listener that this is a song based duo, not just another experimental combo exploring the depths of left field and spaciness. Thanks to Kimock's creative, artistic drumming, the songs take on a life of their own, propelling the artists and their audience into the next mood or texture of the piece and giving the listener the impression of a full band. The overall effect is somewhat reminiscent of Morphine or maybe The Black Keys, circa 2007.

The band will be playing Bullfrog Brewery on December 17 at 10 p.m. after back-to-back dates supporting The Ryan Montbleau Band in Pawtucket, RI and Rochester, NY. Come check out a band that "...makes you feel like you found something you didnʼt even know you were missing." (BreakThruRadio.com)

For full tour tour schedule visit: www.extervskimock.com

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