KNOXVILLE two-piece Hudson K knits electronica and classical music together for a one-of-a-kind, award-winning sound. Band leader, writer, and producer Christina Horn has developed Hudson K over the course of a decade. Currently, she and drummer Nate Barrett have honed a full live show that, thanks to the use of a keytar, allows Horn to dance, engage her audience, and play synth.
Over the years, Hudson K has grown from a chamber-pop inspired project with piano and drums to its current style of arty-punk dance-pop. Most recently, the band released the album Mother Nature, recorded to tape at Top Hat Recording in Knoxville.
They’re joined by Washington, D.C.’s Stronger Sex and Savannah’s own Tommy Techno.
Friday, October 6, 9 p.m., free, 21+