Insect Factory, The Caribbean, Hallowed Bells, Rosali

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Insect Factory, The Caribbean, Hallowed Bells, Rosali

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Saturday, March 14 Pageant: Soloveev Gallery 607 Bainbridge 8pm, all ages! $5-7 suggested donation Insect Factory (Silver Spring MD) The Caribbean (DC) Hallowed Bells (Philly) Rosali (Philly) Insect Factory http://www.insectfields.org/ http://insectfactory.bandcamp.com/ "...a warped psychedelic collage, muted percussive loops, all woozy and warbly, wheezing melodies, layered textures, softly distorted and dreamily chaotic." - Aquarius Records “Music that evokes the feel of a plane ride through the clouds and the surreal world of dreams…Insect Factory's music grows with repeated listens” - The Wire "a beautiful aural “rainbow in curved air” that reminds me of some of the finest minimalists and static drone-drifters” -Terrascope The Caribbean http://home-tapes.com/Hometapes/The_Caribbean.html The Caribbean's most recent album, Discontinued Perfume, received high praise from Pitchfork Media, with the reviewer stating: "It’s as though the band had all the pieces for comfortable indie pop in its possession but no interest in putting them into a standard order. This is of course what makes them interesting. They are bound to confound your expectations several times on any given album, and if you’re into that, they’re good enough at putting these weird songs together that they can pull you in with surprising ease." In addition, the record received a 9/10 from PopMatters, wherein the review stated, "They walk out of step with prevailing pop-culture trends and fashions. Yet they’re making some of the most interesting and multi-faceted music that exists right now. Operating on the fringes, they’re nonetheless capturing essential dilemmas of our time, and doing so through the musical equivalents of quandaries, rumors, and whispers. To the band, the listener, the songs’ characters, and the instruments themselves, Discontinued Perfume is an exciting exercise in unlocking the puzzle that is the world around us."Additionally, PopMatters named Discontinued Perfume the "Best Indie-Pop Record of 2011" in their year-end "Best Of" list. "Mr. Let's Find Out" from the record was named to Washington, DC City Paper writer Ryan Little's "Ten Best Local Tracks of 2011," the title track from the record was named to DC City Paper Arts Editor Jonathan Fischer's "Ten Best Local Tracks of 2011," the Washington Post hailed the record as a "subtle masterpiece," and the Denver Post's online site Reverb listed the record as one of their Top 10 Albums of 2011, as well. Over the past few years, The Caribbean has garnered further positive press in The Washington Post, The Washington City Paper, Magnet, Tiny Mix Tapes, Uncut (UK), The Denver Post, Flak, Stylus, Harp and Signal to Noise Hallowed Bells http://www.hallowedbells.com/ https://soundcloud.com/hallowedbells Electronic songs-without-words and abstract soundscapes out of Philadelphia, PA. Hallowed Bells (Darian Scatton and Alison Stout) brings you electronic music from a parallel world where the personal computer was never invented, filled with the sounds of vintage organs, Rhodes piano and homemade analog synthesizers.
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