With its clear roof, zig-zagging beams, and cartoonish adornments, the yard at Secret Project Robot has the best-looking stage in Brooklyn right now. Saturday, friends of the space put this outdoor gem to good use at the Spring Fever Festival, which celebrated the arrival of the season (as well as the date 4/20, which was observed devoutly). Resident psych-punks K-Holes opened for a pairing of art-rock scene legends: Black Dice and Quintron and Miss Pussycat. Over the past 16 years, Black Dice have evolved from brutal noise wizards into solid purveyors of the world's weirdest and most danceable dissonance (e.g., 2012's jam "Pigs"). With its complex jumble of rhythms, their sound psychically commands crowds with the sway of a mega-club DJ, minus the fist-pumping. Swamp Buggy Bad-asses Quintron and Miss Pussycat, who tirelessly tour the world with their homemade organ, drum machines, costume-coordinated maracas, and giant puffy puppet booth in tow, whipped their cult-ish following into a typical frenzy. Check out photos from the sunny afternoon bash, below.
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