This week, we’re happy to give you not one, but two installments of our Lost City Winter Series! For now, let’s focus on Friday, February 15th. If you’ve seen any of the bands on this bill, you’ll understand why it’s such an exciting line-up. Read on below for more information on Cap Alan, Kitty Rhombus and Suns. All of these bands are worth the cost of admission on their own, so don’t miss out.
Have another two weeks already come and gone? Well, I guess that means it’s time for another entry in our Lost City Winter Series! Tonight is the fourth show in the series, and it appeals to the lighter side of things. Come on down to the Dragonfly Lounge for four great acoustic-inspired performances. Read on below to see exactly what you’ll be getting for a measly $5 cover.
It’s been another two weeks, and that means it’s time for the next installment of our Lost City Winter Series. Tonight, we’ve got a very special show for a number of reasons. Read on to find out why and get a preview of what’s to come. Check out the facebook event here for more information.
Tomorrow night (or today, depending on when you read this), we’ll be proudly hosting the second evening in our Lost City Winter Series. This time, we’ve got a night of electronics and experimentation. Read on below for a preview of the sounds to come, and check out the facebook event here for more information.
“In The Bleak Midwinter” is a new single from Pushmi-Pullyu’s first full-band album, Never Love A Stranger. Originally arranged for a live performance on WYOU, “In The Bleak Midwinter” is the band’s take on a classic carol with words by the English poet Christina Rossetti (circa 1872).
Never Love A Stranger documents Pushmi-Pullyu’s shift from electronic ambient pop to completely instrumented textural rock.
Recorded at House Arrest studios in Madison, WI by Brian Nolan (of American Hi-Fi). Cover photo by Nikki Gibson. Cover design by John Praw.