Music: Papadosio

For the past seven years, Papadosio has been bridging the gap between icy Electronic music and meandering, monolithic Jam epics by warming up Synth Pop’s brittle chill and giving Jam explorations bo

Nov 25, 2013 at 3:53 pm
click to enlarge Papadosio (Photo: Aaron Lingenfelter)
Papadosio (Photo: Aaron Lingenfelter)

For the past seven years, Papadosio has been bridging the gap between icy Electronic music and meandering, monolithic Jam epics by warming up Synth Pop’s brittle chill and giving Jam explorations both a concise power and a discernible destination. 


From Papadosio’s formation in 2006, the Athens, Ohio, quintet has clearly understood the correlation between the genres it blends, eliminating the negative elements while accentuating and expanding the positives in order to create a hybrid that hums with improvisational excitement and unfolds with compositional precision.

Although Papadosio — guitarist/primary songwriter Anthony Thogmartin, bassist Rob McConnell, brother keyboardists Sam and Billy Brouse and drummer Mike Healy — identifies more directly with Electronica, the band’s sonic profile prominently exhibits Prog Rock, Dance music and Jam components. 

7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 29. $18. Bogart's, 2621 Short Vine St., Clifton, bogarts.com