When: Fri., Oct. 5, 8 p.m. 2018
Moon Hooch invented “cave music,” a rollicking blend of house, dubstep and jazz played on drums and a pair of wailing, squawking saxophones. The group got banned from NYC subway platforms because their jagged free-flowing interplay started too many dance parties. It also landed them a residency at the Knitting Factory, NYC’s ground zero for eclectic and crowd-pleasing music. Their debut record, The Moon Hooch Album, serves up grooves with a reckless and giddy edge.