Monday, November 9, 2009

Spider at The Space

Tuesday, November 11, 2009

Jane Herships Spider at The Space
The Space
Tues., Nov 10th
7pm $10 all ages

Spider is Jane Herships' folk project. Bathed in warm, reverb-heavy drenched electric guitar, sparse, slow-picked melodies that drift, and soothing quiet vocals you want to keep close to the ear. Jane plays intimate folk-infused soundscapes and songs about dreams, with enough warmth and fullness to keep the darkness at bay. Spider's beautiful songs remind us that the strength of our thoughts and emotions might not be very noisy but can be very powerful indeed. Spider tours in support of the release of her Sophomore album "Things we liked to Hold." (spidersongs 2009)

This Frontier Needs Heroes is the family folk duo of brother and sister Brad and Jessica Lauretti. The Heroes self released their self titled debut album in 2009 and spent a year rambling on the road across America with over 100+ dates from California to New York City. They recently returned from a tour of the UK where they played the End of the Road Festival and dates supporting Tallest Man on Earth and the Handsome Family. Originally from Connecticut.

Echo and Drake are an experimental indie rock band from CT.

Magdyn Osh plays pastoral campfire jams for the New Great Depression. Led by vocalist/songwriter Michael Flis and a collective of multi-instrumentalists

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