Shaky Knees Late Night: Built To Spill At The Earl Sold Out

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Shaky Knees Late Night: Built To Spill At The Earl Sold Out says
Shaky Knees Fest presents….
Built to Spill
w/ Wooden Indian Burial Ground
Saturday May 9
10:30pm Doors, 11:30pm Show, 21+
***All late night shows include a $1 donation to the Songs for Kids Foundation***

Built To Spill -
Built to Spill announces they are hitting the road for a spring headlining tour that kicks off on May 9th at Shaky Knees Fest and runs through the end of May. Check out to purchase.

BTS is touring in support of their eighth studio album, Untethered Moon, which will be released by Warner Bros. Records on April 18th exclusively for Record Store Day at all good independent record stores. A very limited-edition quantity of Untethered Moon will be pressed on transparent blue vinyl and will be randomly distributed into the initial run of pressings. The CD and digital editions will be released on April 21st. All pre-orders include an instant download of the album track “Living Zoo.” The album is currently available for pre-order HERE.

As previous mentioned, Untethered Moon is the first BTS album recorded with new band members Steve Gere (drums) and Jason Albertini (bass), who join vocalist/guitarist Doug Martsch. Untethered Moon was produced by Martsch and Sam Coomes (from the band Quasi).

BTS will continue to tour as the three-guitar army that they have always been with Jim Roth and Brent Netson filling out the line-up. Netson also has a new release of his own titled, Scavenger Cult, credited to Bret Netson & Snakes, out Mar 24th.

Wooden Indian Burial Ground –

"Wooden Indian Burial Ground is a guitar-bass-drums band from Portland, Ore., that's particularly molten. As the rhythm section bears down splashily on whatever riff drives the song, Mr. Fowler pushes surf-guitar techniques — glissando, string-bending, tremolo strumming — toward their noisy, textural extremes, or he makes swoopy sounds from a low-tech analogue synthesizer that a friend built inside a beat-up bit of luggage from a thrift shop…the point of the songs is the way they ride their rudimentary riffs toward euphoric dementia." - The New York Times (Jon Parales)

"Wooden Indian Burial Ground were the rare breed of psychedelic garage music that rises above the mediocrity of most bands making this sort of music these days and gets me remembering why I've loved this kind of music for so long." - NPR, All Songs Considered (Bob Boilen)
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By: Shaky Knees Music Festival