Tomorrow night there’s a pretty rad show going down at Baltimore’s Windup Space. One of my faves, Secret Mountains, is bringing their force to North Ave. Rumor has it, they have an album due out early next year and sometime very soon we’ll be hearing some new sounds from them. Also on the bill is Bmore’s Other Colors and Holy Ghost Party (both of which have some tremendous releases out on Gen Pop) and Brooklyn’s SoftSpot. RSVP here. See you there?
If there’s a midweek must see show in Baltimore, this has to be it. Jacober, Other Colors, Joe Blossom, and Chester Endersby Gwazda are all playing a super sweet show in the lot of the Current Gallery. This thing kicks off at 7:30 pm so don’t slack and get down there. Directions and RSVP can be found here.
In related news, Other Colors have just posted two new outstanding tracks (from their upcoming Free Thoughts LP) on their SoundCloud. Take a listen below:
On November 30th there’s a show the will surely sate any audio addicts ears because a trio of bands is going to flat out elevate Metro Gallery. Mississippi’s Young Buffalo and Baltimore’s Dead Mellotron and Other Colors are going to cure what ever post-Thanksgiving/post-Black Frida/post-Cyber Monday blues you have and…you should go.
mp3: Young Buffalo – Baby Demons
mp3: Dead Mellotron – making up
mp3: Other Colors – Making Shadows
As the guitar plays, something else creeps up…an entity…a being…a force…a horn…an organ…an idea…taking the life of this lonely sparsely beautiful rock and haunting it hard. Baltimore’s Other Colors solitary magic and expansive lo fi rock is something to take a hold of now. Their S/T LP was recorded during last year’s blizzard, and that walled in mystique flows through this gem. Grab the digital on Gen Pop or pick the CD up there too.
mp3: Other Colors – Living Non-Living
mp3: Other Colors – Eastern Tunnel
Catch them live here in Bmore at the Windup Space tomorrow with The Jennifers and Sal Bando.
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