PHOTOS: Autolux at Terminal West

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Post-punk noise rockers, Autolux coasted into Terminal West Monday night with opener Eureka the Butcher. 

Eureka the Butcher at Terminal West

Eureka the Butcher at Terminal West

Eureka the Butcher at Terminal West

Eureka the Butcher at Terminal West

Marcel Rodriguez-Lopez, aka Eureka the Butcher, opened up with a drum heavy, electronic one-man-band set drenched in spooked vocals and heavy bass kicks. Always cool to see a minimalist approach bring so much sound.

Autolux at Terminal West

Autolux at Terminal West

Autolux at Terminal West

Autolux at Terminal West

Autolux, touring behind their new album Pussy’s Dead (due out April 1st), were knocking out old favorites and new tracks in a seemingly quick, yet tight set. Bassist Eugene Goreshter swung into controlled squelching feedback lunges while Carla Azar pounded the skins with nailing lady-android styled vocals. All other noise provided by professional pedal-stomper and guitarist Greg Edwards. From their chops, down to their monochromatic stage theme,, Autolux threw down and showed why they’ve developed a faithful following from other musicians around the country.

Autolux at Terminal West

Autolux at Terminal West

Autolux at Terminal West

Autolux at Terminal West

Photos and written by Ryan Fleisher

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