Radiohead Tribute For The Bends Presented By Lovers League & Owl And Wolf

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Radiohead Tribute For The Bends Presented By Lovers League & Owl And Wolf

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Do you have The Bends? Lovers League & Owl and Wolf present a night of music in celebration of the 20th anniversary of Radiohead's album The Bends. 12 bands will perform their versions of songs from the album and a few original tunes. Thursday, March 5th Door open at 7:30pm - $5 Connie's Ric Rac 1132 S. 9th St Philadelphia, PA Spotify Playlist #owlandwolfpresents #loversleaguepresents #brookadelphia #ronbomb Owl and Wolf Folktress Dani Mari has combined forces with the experimental sounds of Will Hanza. Their union infuses influences from americana, blues and folk music. The mixture of acoustic instruments with sultry melodies and harmonies create a sound that can be described as Dark Folk. The duo is set to release more music in the upcoming year. Dani Mari An avid fan of Billie Holiday and Mazzy Star, Dani Mari was born to sing. Her music is fueled by personal narratives embedded in the craft of classic story telling and the emotional insight of a most unlikely “old soul”. Audiences across the United States and throughout Europe have gravitated toward her beautifully haunting voice and the simplistic elegance of her lyrics which transcend our current snap shot of popular music. She has collaborated with FEAR CLUB from Paris, Sun Glitters and was formally in the dreampop duo, Lockets. She has performed at SXSW, The Philadelphia Folk Festival, Musikfest, Johnny Brenda's, World Cafe Live, Glasslands Gallery, Rockwood Music Hall and many other venues. In addition she has performed with acts such as St. Lucia, Twin Sister, Exitmusic, Widowspeak, Mates of State, Patti Smith, Edward Sharp & the Magnetic Zeros, Of Montreal and more. Dani Mari is currently working with the folk-pop band Lovers League and is set to release a wider body of work for her solo project with boutique art label, Someplace Called Brooklyn. With nothing more than an acoustic guitar and stories of her life experience, her songs merely hint at Dani Mari’s desire to transport listeners the world over to an era of nostalgia which exists within the depths of her soul. Will Hanza "Bursting with musical and spiritual energy, lush soundscapes, and riveting musicianship... The driving force is his own restless, intertwined musical and spiritual energy... with haunting vocals in the manner of early Pink Floyd and King Crimson." Currently guitarist for Kalen & The Sky Thieves. Also, Owl & Wolf and other projects. Lovers League Reverend TJ McGlinchey and Dani Mari have joined forces to create the band Lovers League. The project is a combination of their solo songs performed as duets. Christopher Davis-Shannon & Dean Gorfti complete the sound of the band with their folk-pop rhythms. Reverend TJ McGlinchey's folk and blues flavor compliment Dani Mari's nostalgic pop vocal melodies. Their harmonies are natural and free flowing. They have been featured on WXPN and at the Philadelphia Folk Festival. They are currently working on a new album with Bill Moriarty (Lotus, Dr. Dog, Toy Soliders) that will be released in Spring 2015. -"Lovers League is a sweet expansion on the theme of young, infatuated love." XPN's The Key -"Charming" The Deli "Lovers League, a duo of Reverend TJ McGlinchey and former Origivation (now That Music Mag) Acoustic Artist of the Year Dani Mari, make breezy, well-crafted country-folk that is perfect for summer afternoons. The focus here is squarely on careful, melodic songwriting and the gorgeous, Emmylou Harris and Gram Parsons-inflected harmonies between Mari and McGlinchey, who both wrote songs for the project." That Mag Chelsea Sue Allen "In a little more than a year, Allen has established herself as a fresh new voice on the music scene. Her self-produced debut album “Tiny Prizes,” released in December, is a true revelation. The 11 songs straddle numerous genres while immersing the listener in a lush, moody atmosphere, while Allen’s narrative lyrics paint ambient landscapes in songs that often eschew the traditional musical conventions of rhyme and cadence. Instead, Allen and her music take their time to properly tell their stories to their conclusion. The result is a sound that is as distinctive as it is captivating." Montgomery Media "You could label the delicate, dreamy songs of multi-instrumentalist Chelsea Sue Allen "chamber pop" and you wouldn't be wrong, exactly. But there's far more to the Downington singer-songwriter's method, as shown on her sensational new album, Tiny Prizes." Vilebred “I’m gonna grab me a clown, put its head into the ground, cause it’s habit.” Yes, that’s right, Vilebred has no problems picking a fight with a clown. The Philadelphia-based band of singer/guitar player Sam Vile, Will and Paul Donahue on drums and bass and lead-guitar player Jared Pennington, formed in 2006. But the childhood friends began creating music together more than a decade ago, first meeting in church as wee tots. And if you think Sam Vile sounds familiar, you’re on to something. Sam’s older brother, Kurt Vile, recently signed to Matador Records. Although the brothers write songs in the same vein, each has created his own sound. Sweetbriar Rose Sweetbriar Rose is a band of rootsy, thorny, rose-hipped gypsies who you’re equally likely to glimpse running in full sun, barefoot on a field of bluegrass, brooding in three-part harmony over a murder ballad in a shady grove, or channeling the spirit of a 1940's Balkan jazz joint. If you heard them through the wall, you might imagine a stray melody from the carnival caravan was whirling and beckoning just on the other side of the darkened woods. Their dynamic performances of original music mix solid Americana tinged with Eastern European folk and jazz, whispers and shouts, foot-stomping and finger-picking, crooning and wailing. The multi-petaled flowers of Sweetbriar Rose include guitar, mandolin, keyboard, and upright bass, and haunting, layered harmonies are central part of their act. Something Like A Monument To describe the music of Something Like A Monument would be to say just that: blues bursting through its veil to become prog but never entirely forgetting where it began. Driven by heavy grooves splashed intermittently with odd time signatures, guitar and bass lines that venture into the realm of dissonance but always returning for the resolve, and vocals akin to caramel burnt to the bottom of an unwashed frying pan, Something Like A Monument is a wildly explorative collaboration that begs its listeners to answer only one question: How well can you shake your ass? Max Swan *Circa 2012* Released in a rather underground, self-promoted format, the OGEP (Original Gangster Extended Play) is the first foray into the extreme capabilities of Philadelphia's own Max Swan. An award-winning saxophonist and producer, Swan taps into the truest forms of hip-hop, neo-soul, and jazz fusion, portraying a vast array of influences with unmatched honesty and feel, no matter which direction he chooses. One track after another on the OGEP, Swan reveals hidden abilities from his extensive work on EWI, MPC, Vocals, Saxophone, Keyboards, and Vocoder, arranging able-bodied, genre-crossing arrangements, of which he recorded, mixed, and performs without a flaw on the live stage; this material is the future of fusion between Hip-Hop, EDM, and Jazz music. Chipocrite Chipocrite, a.k.a. Paul Weinstein, uses original Nintendo Game Boys, often accompanied by bass, guitar and/or other lo-fi sequencers, to create complex audio masterpieces. His multifaceted but catchy compositions combine the nostalgic game sounds of his childhood with modern music influences. Since emerging from the Philadelphia chip scene just a few years ago, Chipocrite has taken the stage at numerous performance spaces, events and conventions, including the Vans Warped Tour, Blip Festival, MAGFest and AnimeNEXT; provided soundtracks for commercials — including a nationally televised GameStop ad — as well as video games and online videos; released "Hit and Run", which was named “Best Album – Chiptune” in Square Enix Music Online's Annual Game Music Awards for 2011; appeared as the musical guest on popular tech-centric Web talk-show series “On The Verge” — and much more. Will Hanza, Teddy K, Jaron Parham YORKE'SHAT (Troy Kominiak of Space Drugs & When Ships Collide) Naeemah Z. Maddox Naeemah Maddox has been on a musical journey that’s led her to produce her most ambitious work yet. Vile Tyrant and the MiddleMen (VTMM) is a fusion of chamber pop, progressive rock and soul, blended into a unique and original style. Five years in the making, VTMM started as a collection of GarageBand demos that Naeemah initially began recording as early as 2007. Constantly writing and recording elaborate demos, Naeemah soon had a growing collection of songs bridging many styles with her quirky writing sensibility. Coming off from her 2006 debut release “Hard Time”, co-produced and recorded by Eric Vincent, Naeemah explored new business collaborations. Planning to quickly release more music, Naeemah explored two more music partnerships between 2007- 2011. Both partnerships gave way to valuable learning experiences, but in turn did not yield any tangible results….except for one major thing. Naeemah had matured as an artist. Jake Lewis Jake Lewis & the Clergy are an indie rock band from Lancaster, PA. Formed in 2013, after frontman Jake Lewis had clocked a few years as a solo performer, WXPN has called the collaboration "a Philly local band to watch" and "a wonderful example of the talented artists that deserve to be heard." “After Loudon [Wainwright III] I headed over to the Lizard Lounge at the Chameleon Club to check out Jake Lewis and the Clergy, a band that was just nominated for a Tri State Indie award. I never saw them live before and they blew me away. Their music is memorizing and the harmonies are beautifully written. It was a very small intimate performance and I’m happy that I got to see them up close and personal, because it’s only a matter of time before this band takes off.” — Tri State Indie
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