Preview: NYC’s Too Many Zooz To Bring Vivacious Eclectic Energy To Exit/In Friday 1/17

Matt Doe, Leo P, and King of Sludge.

Together this trio of individuals make up the acid-trip brass and percussion sensation that is Too Many Zooz.

As many know who have traveled the society unto itself that is New York’s subway system, it’s a common occurrence to come across street artists, musicians, and everything in between. Given the nature of The Big Apple, it’s going to be a tough sell to garner attention of any kind with the cocooned and don’t-give-a-damn masses passing through day in and day out. But Too Many Zooz was one such act too good to simply bypass.

Today, this funky, colorful trifecta has seen millions of YouTube views, several EPs/LPs/albums, and are an ideal fit for major music festivals what with their high energy grooves fit to keep you dancing ’til sunrise.

Before any potential 2020 festivals, though, Too Many Zooz will be on full display with their spontaneous sonic savagery at the legendary Exit/In this Friday night, 1/17, with special guests Birocratic.

To further entice whoever’s reading to go and bring four friends (assuming tickets are still available), I implore you to watch and listen below. And stay tuned for our official recap of what we fully expect to be a wild, King of Sludge-filled night.

Get your tickets while you still can.

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