by Dave Segal
on Thu, Oct 11, 2012 at 11:10 AM
(Josephine) If you're looking for a night of off-center guitar playing and interesting unconventionality, this lineup of locals should keep your ears tingling nicely. Jesse Paul Miller's work with Factums elevates him to the upper echelon of Seattle underground-rock subversion. Jeffery Taylor's scrabbling, free-rock guitar terrorism and down-home lyricism with Climax Golden Twins and Hound Dog Taylor's Hand will force you to cancel your subscription to Guitar Wanker. Lou-Lou, who makes cheerfully disturbing, daydream-hazy electronic miniatures, is the closest thing Seattle has to the Residents. Eccentric guitarist Sean Curley, who has an excellent new self-titled CD to support, coaxes prickly tonalities and lunar drones, and peels off the sort of intricate, cyclical riffs that would make Robert Fripp eat a plectrum.