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Bio: Having survived a handful of lineup changes, TLVS is currently a two piece that works with other artists from time to time. Sonically, the group plays off both the shoegazing bliss of the 90's & the ambient texture of 21st century post rock.More Info
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MUSIC HAPPENS > 8P COVER WILL BE $5 AT THE DOOR MV & EE is a Vermont-based group of musicians. Their style is self-described as "lunar ragas", with many of the lyrics dealing with celestial imagery. They combine Indian raga style composition with Appalachian folk and post-psychedelic electrical experimentalism. They use Western and Eastern acoustic instruments amplified and augmented with effects such as reverb, delay, and flange. Their compositions occasionally feature vocals, which are off-kilter and rambling, while seeming drugged. TLVS is a Virginia-based group of musicians. Their style is self-described as "rhythmically organized haze", with instrumental passages guiding the audience in lieu of vocals. ** 10% OFF USED RECORDS DURING THE SHOW **
No Lands is the recording project of Brooklyn-based electronic musician and sound artist Michael Hammond. As a sound designer, producer, and programmer, Hammond has fostered a lifelong obsession with sound. On "Negative Space" (set to release on July 29, 2014 via New Amsterdam Records), an arsenal of guitars, vintage synthesizers, drum machines, and processed vocals are employed to create pristine and enveloping sound worlds. Written and recorded over the course of 3 years, the album is an atlas of the sounds that have preoccupied Hammond. While the majority of the instruments were performed by Hammond, the album features cameos from Anthony LaMarca (current touring member of The War On Drugs and previously a member of St. Vincent), Aaron Roche (who performs regularly with R. Stevie Moore and Chris Schlarb and Psychic Temple), and Jay Hammond. When performing live, Hammond is joined by these musicians. The four-piece becomes a digital hive mind of wires and devices, with each individual's vocals and instruments filtered through the central brain of Hammond's computer. Local support will be supplied by TLVS.