When we hosted Airborne Toxic Event for a live set at the end of February, we were treated to a brand new song from their forthcoming full length “Such Hot Blood“. They also have an EP — “The Secret” — out next week in time for SXSW, but this song in particular really caught my attention as bass player Noah Harmon picked up a mandolin and went to town.  I love the energy in this song and it sounds very different than the epic stadium rock I’m used to from this LA band.

Tune in on Monday, March 11 to hear the full session. Enjoy!

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