Acoqui plays Will's Pub ahead of a spot at Miami's III Points

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Orlando’s model shoegazers Alberto Hernandez, Tyson Bodiford, Aaron Borowicz and Steve Head, collectively known as Acoqui, are frequent O-town giggers as of late, and you may have seen them at local events such as the Grandma Party Bazaar at Stardust or Foxfest at Rollins College. The band became certified rockers when they were named one of Orlando Weekly’s “Bands of the Week” during the summer of 2017, and their momentum continues with the recent announcement that they’ll be playing III Points in Miami and that Here We Go Magic’s Luke Temple will be producing their album. Acoqui has put together a night of experimental fun at Will’s Pub, bringing up Tampa’s Brother Cephus and more, kicking off a busy month of wild shows and creativity to come.

with Brother Cephus, Tape Studies | 8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 4 | Will’s Pub, 1042 N. Mills Ave. | willspub.org | $7



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