Marissa Nadler, Alexander Turnquist, Trummors

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Marissa Nadler, Alexander Turnquist, Trummors

08:00 pm - 11:30 pm

Thursday, March 6th

18+ || 8:00 DOORS

RSVP: Facebook Event

8:30 Trummors
9:30 Alexander Turnquist
10:30 Marissa Nadler

$9 adv // $12 dos
and cash only (no fees) at:
outdated: an antique café // Jack’s Rhythms
Darkside Records & Gallery // Woodstock Music Shop

The Boston-based chanteuse’s sixth album, July, is set for a February 4 release on Sacred Bones in the US, and a February 10 release on Bella Union in the UK. Recorded at Avast Studio in Seattle with Randall Dunn (Earth, sunn O))), Wolves in the Throne Room) and featuring Eyvand Kang (strings), Steve Moore (synths), and Phil Wandscher (guitar), July has that same haunting, ethereal, dusty Depression-era carnival quality that characterizes Nadler’s best work, but the lyrics on the new album set her firmly on the modern highways and fluorescent-lit hotels of the modern carnival ghost, er, touring musician. You can preview new track “Dead City Emily”

Alexander Turnquist is a guitarist/composer who uses his 12 string acoustic fingerstyle guitar approach in creating very dramatic and emotionally engaging music. Patience, endurance, and a melodic sensibility are interwoven with the minimalist repetitions of modern day classical music influences.

“Anybody who’s done time in Ted Leo and the Pharmacists gets my attention, no questions asked. Which is why it’s a delight to check in on Trummors, the latest project between ex-Pharmacists bassist David Lerner and Anne Cunningham. The duo’s debut, Over and Around the Clove, is decidedly unpunk, but still mighty fine. A country/folk record of delicate disposition”