STS9 Get Some Help From the Liquid Horns on Halloween
STS9 got some help from the Liquid Horns as they rolled through the Austin Music Hall in Austin, TX last night for the first show of their two-night Halloween run.
The band brought the spook pretty early when they kicked off their first set with the theme music from the classic horror flick Friday The 13th, which played into “Rent.” “Vapors” and “Monkey Music” came next before the Liquid Horns took the stage to help the Sector 9 guys with “Arigato,” “Vibyl,” “Hidden Hand, Hidden Fist” and “Abcees.” The set then came to a close with a cover of Dee-Lite’s “What is Love?”
The second set got going with “MOD” before the Liquid Horns returned for “Simulator,” “F Word,” and “Four Year Puma.” “Bigs” and “1…2…3” were followed by a fantastic, crowd-pleasing take on “Breathe In.” The Liquid Horns then appeared once again for a funky rendition of Richard Strauss “Also Sprach Zarathustra,” a cover that STS9 resurrected last year after over a decade of dormancy. The show then wrapped with an encore that consisted of “Warrior,” as well as the STS9 version of King Tubby’s “King Pharaoh’s Dub”—which is known as “King Pharaohs Tomb.”
STS9 will continue their Halloween run tonight at the Joy Theater in New Orleans.
Here’s a look at last night’s setlist via STS9’s Twitter account
Thursday, October 31, 2013, STS9, Austin Music Hall, Austin, TX
Set I: Friday the 13th Intro > Rent, Vapors, Monkey Music, Arigato*, Hubble, Vibyl*, Hidden Hand, Hidden Fist*, Abcees*, What Is Love?
Set II: MOD, Simulator*, F Word*, Four Year Puma*, Bigs, 1…2…3, Breathe In, Also Sprach Zarathustra (2001)*,
Encore: Warrior, King Pharaoh’s Tomb*
(*) with the Liquid Horns