There's something to be said for going with what you know, but wouldn't you rather watch artists take some risks? If your answer to that one is "yes," attending a Quintron & Miss Pussycat show should be a no-brainer. The New Orleans duo consistently has been one of the more creative acts to tour the country, remaining idiosyncratic and pushing their own creative boundaries. It hasn't always paid off — the band's weirdly textured sonics, organ-laden tunes, and tech-heavy sci-fi sound effects and crazy puppets sometimes comes across as pretentious, boring, inaccessible, or strange for the sake of being strange. But when it works, which it does often, the duo can be thrillingly off-kilter and unpredictable. The adventurous spirit took... More >>>