Jeffrey Lewis // Diane Cluck // Sm R @ Eris Temple Arts

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Jeffrey Lewis // Diane Cluck // Sm R @ Eris Temple Arts

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***MON FEB 16TH @ Eris Temple Arts (602 S. 52nd St. / West Philly) *** Jeffrey Lewis, Diane Cluck, SM-R 7:30PM / $7-10 sliding scale Jeffrey Lewis (NYC) Part folkie, part indie-rocker, part comic book artist. Support tours with Jarvis Cocker, The Cribs, Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks, The Mountain Goats and more. Artistic and literary projects all over the map. His album of anarcho-punk covers "12 Crass Songs" made big waves (4 stars in Rolling Stone, The Guardian, Mojo, Uncut, and more). He’s the adorable-existential-witty-socialist-intensely-vulnerable singer-poet-comic book artist from the same New York anti-folk scene that gave us The Moldy Peaches and Regina Spektor. Musings on the minutiae of life with bold declarations on the nature of human existence. Heartfelt and deeply vulnerable pleas and confessionals interwoven with whimsical nonsense. Hilarious, sad, touching, hopeful, heartbreaking, soul-piercing -- all have been used to describe Jeffrey's output. Jeffrey Lewis - Roll Bus Roll Diane Cluck (Lancaster, PA) Diane Cluck is an internationally-recognized singer-songwriter, creating her own unique variety of intuitive folk. Her ecstatic vocal style has been noted for its uniquely clipped, glottal beauty. She accompanies herself on instruments ranging from guitar to piano, harmonium, zither, percussion, and toy accordian. Fellow folk musician Devendra Banhart championed her early, referring to her as “my favorite singer-songwriter in all of New York City”, and choosing one of her songs for his Golden Apples of the Sun compilation. Other supporters/collaborators include CocoRosie, who invited Cluck to open shows in the U.S. and Europe and released her Countless Times album through their personal label imprint. Sharon Van Etten, Florence Welch (of Florence And The Machine), and Laura Marling have all cited Diane’s work as influential. Prior to developing a loyal underground fanbase, Cluck was a standout performer in New York’s Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn music scenes. She recorded and self-produced six albums that went on to receive international distribution and acclaim. Songs from her album Oh Vanille / ova nil appeared in Noah Baumbach’s film Margot at The Wedding and the U.K. television series, Skins. SM-R (Philly) Sherie Ruppersberger's solo folk sounds Brought to you with ♥ by Spazz Presents:
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