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Chaos of the Cosmos are an example of one of my favorite types of music, and they do it right. I thirst for sounds that are a bit eerie, and Chaos are the only Houma band that has ever quenched my craving for weird, chilling, surf-rock music. The grooves put me in a world of sci-fi monsters, beachfront rhythms and beautiful dancing go go girls.
The band draws inspiration from artists such as the Ventures, the Beatles, Pink Floyd and sci-fi- and horror-movie scores. I urge everyone to go to the band’s Facebook page (www.facebook.com/chaosofthecosmos) and check out some of their tunes.
The band is made up of Chris Landry and Chance Cenac on guitars and vocals, Justin Neal on bass, Chris Eaton on guitar, keyboards, and vocals, Jon Kelpsch on drums, and Ross Lapeyrouse on percussion. Together the guys make up one of the most original and exciting bands gigging in Houma today.
Starfighter is a groovy rock song reminiscent of late ‘60s acid rock, featuring driving guitar and organ riffs. House of the Devil Dolls defines sci-fi surf rock, the catchy melodies and hypnotic music seem pulled right out of a delicious surf nightmare. Dr. X Ray Vs. Hypnotic Eye could be the concept and theme song for a great kids show – the song doesn’t just make you want to move, it makes your spirit want to move. Three Sheets to the Wind is just awesome, nasty, funky rock. Killer Wasp Queen is a jaunty up-tempo insect rock song with intricate organ runs and the minor chord in all the right places. Bombshell Beach is a groovy surf rock ballad that features Landry and Cenac hammering out wailing solos. This music is constructed brilliantly and is performed with beauty, ease and grace. It’s easy to see the chemistry that exists between everyone in the room. That chemistry has lead to some exceptional original music.
When performing live the band is a blast to watch. The shows are filled with energy and emotion that the crowd eats up.
311-B Jefferson St. Lafayette, LA 70501
OPEN: Wednesday thru Saturday
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