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Jim Sauter (left) and Kid Millions, blowin' your ears out.
Lisa Corson/Courtesy of the artist
November 6, 2014 Borbetomagus' Jim Sauter stabs at his feedback-ridden sax while Oneida's Kid Millions enters a manic headspace with hydra-armed drum work. It's improvised mayhem, but it seems to grin from ear to ear.
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Members of Chavez join Oneida during the performance of The Ocropolis III.
October 7, 2011 Members of Portishead, Boredoms, Guardian Alien and more participated in this marathon performance.
August 19, 2006 Brooklyn-based Oneida is a decade-long staple of the New York rock scene. Critics call Happy New Year the band's most complete CD yet, an "unhinged plunge into 60s psych-rock."
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