John "Brother JT" Terlesky specializes in bent psychedelic rock, informed by both the excesses of classic glam and the druggy insularity of the home-recording tradition. (Imagine a T. Rex–Ween collision and you'll get some idea of what to expect.) Tonight the veteran Easton, PA, undergrounder gigs behind The Svelteness of Boogietude, a recent Thrill Jockey full-length, with help from People of the North, a tripped-out improv vehicle spun off from the Oneida mothership.
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