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Poetry, Indie Rock and Synth Pop Collide at Word Of Mouth


  • Rey Lopez
  • Elnuh

Word of Mouth is a kind of sporadically occurring, grassroots showcase/celebration of music, art, dance, and poetry. It’s the type of event that offers a little bit for everyone and then some, all the while fostering goodwill and communication between far-flung elements of the local scene(s).

At this weekend’s incarnation of Word of Mouth, an eclectic live music lineup will offer up the talents Dolphin Dilemma (local, trippy and danceable: a dude with a looper and mini-synth), Elnuh (local, effervescent grunge pop with melodic sense to spare), and Ion (local, hypnagogic dream-pop with just enough rock edge), and Dome Dwellers (Denton-based band that melds psychedelic math rock with danceable indie pop).

We are also looking forward to catching dancing from Loz Zombiez, a poetry reading from slam poet Rayner Shine, and art from Jagwired Art, Erik Ybarra, and many more.

Saturday, August 5, $7, 9pm, Ventura, 1011 Avenue B, (210) 802-6940.

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