Last night, the avant-garde cello rock group Rasputina took over the Music Box Supper Club. The group covered scientific and historical fact-based songs with topics including Saturn’s moon Titan, to the eruption of Mount Tambora in 1815. Frontwoman Melora Creager’s quirky banter delighted the audience and Rasputina newcomer, Luis Mojica’s beat boxing surprisingly complemented Creager’s and Parvo’s melodic strings.
Opener Eliza Rickman enchanted the crowd with her one-woman set. Her set included multiple instruments ranging from the zither to a toy piano. Her angelic voice rang through eight songs of which included a haunting cover of “Moon River”.