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MARCH PREVIEW: BSP KINGSTON
Philly rockers The War On Drugs, cult Japanese band Buffalo Daughter, and folk-troupe Spirit Family Reunion all land in Kingston this March

BSP KINGSTON || 323 WALL ST KINGSTON NY
Tickets to all shows available online at: http://bspkingston.com/

And cash only (no fees) at:

Woodstock Music Shop (Woodstock)
Outdated Cafe (Uptown Kingston)
Jack’s Rhythms (New Paltz)
Darkside Records (Poughkeepsie)

 

Here are some highlights from the upcoming March shows at BSP Kingston, feel free to email or call for more press info, or to request an interview or on-air performance:

 

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Marissa Nadler and her band will perform March 6th

 
THU MAR 6TH – Marissa Nadler
18+ || 8PM || $9/$12 || more info || press assets

 

Always eerie and beautiful, Marissa Nadler has just released her sixth studio album in nearly a decade, titled July. Already receiving glowing reviews from Pitchfork, MOJO, and more, July is the kind of release that reminds you why NPR counts Nadler’s songwriting as so “revered among an assortment of tastemakers.” Local super-talents Alexander Turnquist and Trummors are set to open. Watch the stunning video for single “Dead City Emily” here

TUE MAR 11TH – Buffalo Daughter
18+ || 8PM || $10/$12 || more info

 

Buffalo Daughter are a Japanese band, formed in 1993, that perform mostly instrumental and collage-style music that harks back to new wave (think B52’s meets early Beck). With a cult following from their late 1990’s heyday, they are also linking up with Cibo Matto (who just played a sold out show at BSP) for part of their tour. Many of their releases came out on the now defunct Grand Royal label, which was run by The Beastie Boys. Check out their totally unique sound here

 

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Adam Granduciel aka The War On Drugs in his Philadelphia apartment

SAT MAR 15TH – The War On Drugs
18+ || 9PM || $15/$17 || more info || press assets
 
Providing some of the best atmospheric, driving rock’n’roll since the Petty/Springsteen golden years, Philly’s The War On Drugs are one of the most revered bands in indie rock today. Their new album Lost in the Dream will be released 3/18, and they’re kicking off a massive US tour right here in Kingston. If their sound reminds you of another Philly rocker who recently graced the stage at BSP, Kurt Vile, its because frontman Adam Granduciel and Vile used to lead a band together before splitting into their own projects. Kurt even recommended BSP to Adam as a perfect place to start his tour…so there’s that. Check out the single “Red Eyes” here
 
SAT MAR 22ND – Richard Buckner, Anders Parker
18+ || 8PM || $10/$12 || more info
 
Kingston based, internationally renowned singer-songwriter Richard Buckner will return to BSP in March, and he’s bringing another luminary with him in Anders Parker. Both acts have succeeded in underground Americana with extremely personal lyrics, and the intimate setting at BSP will definitely lend itself to their dynamic voices. Between the two they have been cited by Iron & Wine, Bon Iver, Bonnie “Prince” Billy, and many more as major influences.
 
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Spirit Family Reunion at Newport Folk Festival
 
SAT MAR 29TH – Spirit Family Reunion
18+ || 10PM || $10/$12 || more info
 
Homegrown American six piece band Spirit Family Reunion merge youthful, rousing music with timeless Americana folk, and have managed to catch the ear of indie rock and folk audiences alike. Before they were even a proper ‘band’, they were busking street corners and subway stations in New York City, a far cry from the honor of playing Newport Folk Festival the last three consecutive years. Watch their NPR “Tiny Desk Series” performance here
More Upcoming Shows:
Widowspeak 2/15
Mark Mulcahy 2/20
Surfer Blood 2/21
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Buke & Gase 4/5
White Hills 4/18
Woods, Quilt 5/15
Simone Felice 5/24
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All shows presented by Output Agency Ltd., follow us on facebook + twitter

Mike Amari

February 12th, 2014

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