Scott H. Biram

When: Wed., Nov. 20 2013


Billed as Austin’s “Dirty Old One Man Band,” Biram’s been in the studio putting the finishing touches on his 2014 follow-up to Bad Ingredients, his fourth full-length for Bloodshot Records. Biram’s primal swamp-rock ditties are populated by snake oil salesmen, fanatic preachers and other reprobates, and delivered in call-and-response psychobilly gospel with the conviction of a tent revivalist — only one for whom girls and whiskey figure with equal prominence. Bad Ingredients featured Biram dialing it back just a bit, turning to the country heart of the music rather than the all-out assault he typically delivered with punk rock zeal and his ’59 Gibson hollow-body. Still, don’t let it fool you — this ain’t for the faint of heart and you stand a good chance of going to hell just listening to this stuff. (John Schacht)

Price: $8/$10

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