Brimming with a dark, trippy and totally funky energy that simply cannot be contained, Experiment 34 continues to push their limits to new levels. Their latest track “Cut The String” has a real Red Hot Chili Peppers/Sublime feel to it. E34 has been compared to Rage Against The Machine in the past. While that vibe is still totally there, the new track demonstrates growth from the Psychedelic Indie Alternative Rock group
Experiment 34 has a number of shows coming up. The first of which is this Friday 5/4 at The Stone Pony in Asbury Park. They will take the stage in support of Rock To The Top Winners The Dead Flowers. Shoobies and Flourish are also on the bill. Tickets are $8 and are available at The Stone Pony box office and ticketmaster.com
E34 will rock Roxy And Duke’s in Dunellen on 5/12 for The Makin Waves Jam & Groove Festival. The event is a tribute to the 50th anniversary of Parliment Funkadelic and the 35th anniversary of The Red Hot Chili Peppers. Joining Experiment 34 on the bill are Cook Thugless, The P-Funk North Show, Groove Gangstas, Green Knuckle Material, and Murdok Offkey Lifestyle. The event goes from 5pm to 12pm. It’s just $7 for all 7 bands with $2 from every ticket sold going to local charities. More info at on the facebook event page.
On 6/9 Experiment 34 will be in action at The Asbury Park Yacht Club along with Leeds and The Apy Brothers. The show starts at 9pm. Admission is free! More info on the facebook event page.
Learn more at experiment34.com.
Check out the video for “Cut The String”: