Tonight in live music: Vintage Trouble, Stray from the Path, Nicoffeine

A look at some concerts happening this Tue., Oct. 13.

Three diverse shows are happening on this Tue., Oct. 13. Check out the breakdown below.


Vintage Trouble with Greg Holden An LA-spawned rock band dosing their ‘60s and ‘70s-hued sounds in heavy funk, blues and R&B flavor, Vintage Trouble has seen their star rising ever since hopping on The Who tour three in 2012. The quartet sold out the Local 662 the following year, and the sharp dressed musicians (led by soulful ball-of-exuberant energy, vocalist Ty Taylor) return to the more spacious State on this night to deliver the retrofied goods off third album 1 Hopeful Rd., with support from fine UK-born, NY-based singer-songwriter Greg Holden. (State Theatre, St. Petersburg)

Stray From The Path with Comeback Kid Stray From The Path crashes into town behind a brand new full length of seething metalcore and hardcore punk, Subliminal Criminals, politically-charged second single “Badge & A Bullet Part II” taking aim at the tension between civilians and law enforcement, the screamed refrain “Tell me which side are you walking on? / Trained to never trust us / Fuck them, no justice.” (Orpheum, Ybor City)

Nicoffeine with Jitters, Nude Tayne A loud and experimental bill of music as headed up by Nicoffeine, a three-piece out of Germany that ply dark, guitar-fuzzed-and-reverbed noise dosed in elements of Krautrock and seething psychedelia. (The Venture Compound, St. Petersburg)

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