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An evening of live music featuring indie acts THE SHACKLETONS, ANNE CASTELLANO & THE SMOKE, and SILK CITY. Text STRANGEBREW to 57711 to join our VIP list.
We're playing and being interviewed on Dot's public-access cable TV show!
EARLY show with Anne Castellano & the Smoke, Dogbite, and SheSaidHeSaid, who will be releasing a new single. Music starts shortly after 6 pm and ends by 9 pm.
Anne Castellano & the Smoke 9:45 Monkey68 10:45 On A Piranha 11:45
Sounds Like: Johnny Marr, Robert Smith (The Cure), Evan Dando, Patti Smith
Label: Good Sponge, Cosmodemonic Telegraph, Labellevie Records
Bio: Anne Castellano and the Smoke was formed in December 2011. The band made its live debut in the spring of 2012, and they played their first full live set at the Daffodil Festival in Meriden shortly thereafter. They had a lineup change in July 2013, with Bruce Brown replacing Dorian James on bass....See Full Bio
CD Release show for our new EP "Bridge to Nowhere" on Friday January 23 at Strange Brew Pub in Norwich! We play first, at 9:30 pm.
“Front and center is Anne’s voice - whether strong and scornful like on the opening track “Enough” or calm and learned on “Listen”, she makes you believe every word she sings. Right behind her is a mist of chorus and flanger soaked guitars. Vince’s icy lead lines lean towards the right speaker and Anne’s steady rhythm in the left. The separation spreads the sound out and allows the rhythm section to anchor the songs in a very direct way. ...Anne is sticking pretty close to her moody alternative roots but peppering in splashes of country and early rock n’ roll with songs like “The Train” and “Stone”, which is my personal favorite track on the album. Anne has been a mainstay in the New London music scene for many years and has continued to steadily improve her chops and Electric is one more exhibit on top of a mounting wall of evidence. This melodious and dreamy disc will have you star gazing and lamenting lost loves without having to stray too far from earth ”