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Basement Beers, Sunshine And The Rain

Sun, June 25, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$10.00 - $12.00

Tickets at the Door

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"It's a heartbroken girl in her shitty apartment in Brooklyn,"//Recorded in solitude in cramped corner of the artist's bedroom, the four song EP is both personally charged and sonically inventive, matching richly layered guitar textures and insistent lo-fi beats with vivid, uncompromisingly personal lyrics.

"It was literally just me in the corner with my little computer, recording guitar through a tiny practice amp through the headphone jack," she explains. "I'd have a beer every night after work, and sit at my computer with my electric guitar. Once I felt the song had its bones I would go have a cigarette in my backyard, write a verse, go in and record the verse, go out for another cigarette, write a second verse, etc. All the verses are written in about three minutes."

"I started to write songs and record again, but I didn't have much to write about," she recalls. "Then when my long term relationship abruptly ended it all came pouring out. The tracks on this EP are all from that period. The whole thing was done in three or four weeks, every night after work. It was an instinctive process, and it kind of grew on its own."
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Basement Beers
Sunshine And The Rain
Sunshine And The Rain
There's a long lineage of bands who've taken the girl-group sound of the 60s to a more bombastic level. Melding those classic pop hooks of the past with a more chaotic musical setting. Think Ramones / Jesus & Mary Chain / Suicide / Phantogram or Cults. Now comes the husband wife duo Sunshine & The Rain, adding pummeling drum machines distorted, intense feedback and classic pop hooks.
Venue Information:
Monty Hall
43 Montgomery St.
Jersey City, NJ, 07302
http://wfmu.org/montyhall