VAST brings audio-visual amalgamation to The Spread
The nationally touring alt rock band VAST will be swinging through Spokane for a stop at The Spread (formerly B-Side and soon to be called The Zombie Room) on Tuesday, April 17th. With a slightly morbid but melodic dark side, VAST is gaining converts across the country. Their music, however, is only part of the equation. The name VAST stands for Visual Audio Sensory Theatre and, as such, relies heavily on performance art, video monitors and other visual effects to enhance the musical elements.
The music itself sounds like something that would fit in nicely on one of The Crow soundtracks, comprised of a sort of catchy ambience thatís still got a certain, indefinable edge to it. (If that vague and unsatisfactory description doesnít do it for you, check out their sound firsthand at www.myspace.com/vast.)
Vast will be joined by August House, The Carcinogens and Point One. This concert gets underway at The Spread, 230 W. Riverside in downtown Spokane, on Tuesday, April 17th at 9 p.m. for a $10 cover. Pre-sale tickets are available now from the venue for 21 and over only. For more information, visit www.spokanesidekick.com.