Akrasia is a rock & roll band that jams like a jam band but likes to take showers.
They are slackers with guitars and computers riding the vibe of the muse through the tangled webs of this reckless game of Risk, this perpetual game of Othello that is life in this modern age.
They are prophets and poets. Observers and wanderers.
Actors in the great unwritten play. They play music for beer and they like it.
They dig fast cars, finely grilled red meat, long walks in the woods, free interpretation, extra innings, pure opium, the History Channel, listening to music through good headphones and relations with pretty girls.
They embrace freedom of the mind, the right to have a good time, and our eventual alien overlords.
The band is an always-evolving, usually-revolving musical collective currently featuring orchestrator of the groove Bill Danylo and whoever else feels like getting down.
Akrasia has released twelve or thirteen albums.
They’re pretty decent. If you dig decent music, you might dig them.
They’re probably currently recording another one or two. They will be most excellent.
Their live shows are a spontaneous, groove-tastic romp through their catalog of a hundredsome original songs and a bunch of songs that they didn’t write also.
Each show is different and special, like a snowflake or a vagina.
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