Erase Errata

In the swank surroundings of the Hiro Ballroom, Erase Errata’s driving post-punk dance energy was met by a reverent crowd who were silent even during long tuning breaks. Singer Jenny Hoyton is moving away from her shout-y approach to let out more full-blooded yelps. But despite that and her trumpet playing, she’s currently the weak link in a band totally propelled by the monstrous rhythm section. Their new material shows more depth; it’s always good to see a band like this not burn out of ideas after a couple of years, like so many of their early ’80s forebears did.