Son Lux drummer Ian Chang will open for Sound of Ceres at Hooch and Hive Tampa

Epileptics beware.

click to enlarge Son Lux drummer Ian Chang will open for Sound of Ceres at Hooch and Hive Tampa
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Most fans know him as the drummer of Son Lux, and Ian Chang will have to do his best try and stand out when he opens for electro-pop-xotica band Sound of Ceres (which features members of Apples in Stereo and the Drums) at Hooch and Hive.

Chang comes well-armed, however, thanks to his epileptic nightmare of a live set up which is built around a translucent drum kit that lights up based on the way Chang bangs his way through a primal show that’s both humanistic and technical at the same time.

Sound of Ceres w/Ian Chang, Sat. May 4. Hooch & Hive, Tampa.


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