Known as the “environmentally friendly” band, Recycled Percussion combines a blend of power-percussion, funk beats, rock, and bass-thumping that makes for a show full of explosive energy. The 2004 “Total Beat Down” tour was launched Oct. 1.
The New Hampshire-based band gets plenty of attention for the instruments it uses because of the spectacle the show produces wherever the group travels. The band rocks from the beat it creates from a stage filled with plastic garbage cans, five-gallon paint jugs, a kitchen sink, bed springs, drills, stainless steel pots, a propane tank and baseball bats, just to name a few of Recycled Percussion’s instruments of choice. The band combines all those instruments with a lot of duct tape and even more energy to offer a mind-blowing experience of a unique and unusual blend of music.
With past numbers titled “Chaos Rock,” “Jungle Attack,” “Chainsaw” and “Vocal Artillery,” Recycled Percussion appears unafraid to get rowdy. Audience members have been asked to participate, so this concert can become highly interactive. A new DVD and CD are in the works.
General admission tickets for Recycled Percussion are $2 and will be available at the door. For more information about the concert or other Union Board activities, call
(937) 327-7816. To learn about the band, visit www.recycledpercussion.com.
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