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Trans Pecos Experimental Music Series

Diamond Terrifier‘s experimental and outsider music series is one of those rare things: a free music event at a venue space (there is a one drink minimum but, whatever, you were totally gonna buy that beer anyway). This isn’t quite an open-mic night, but the kind of attentiveness and risk-taking and newness it inspires makes it similar. Swap out amateurs for seasoned musicians who are trying out their less seasoned material and you’ve got Practice. 

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At Trans-Pecos, Revival of an Experimental Music Series For Everybody

Practice music series, Monday nights at Trans Pecos in Ridgewood (Photo: Nicole Disser)

Practice music series, Monday nights at Trans-Pecos in Ridgewood (Photo: Nicole Disser)

Trans-Pecos isn’t a new establishment by any definition– the Ridgewood music venue brought to us by DIY veteran Todd P has been hosting shows in the old Silent Barn space for about a year and a half now. During that time they’ve struggled to obtain a liquor license, which, let’s face it, makes all the difference in the world when it comes to running a (legal) show space. But when we stopped by Monday night for the return of Diamond Terrifier‘s experimental and outsider music series, Practice, the place was bubbling anew not just with boozy energy thanks to a spanking new license to serve, but with a combination that might seem lost on most other venues around town: hypnotic attentiveness to mind-bending music and an experimental lineup that was magically paired with a sense of accessibility.

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