10mar7:00 pmTHUS LOVE + NATIVE SUN7:00 pm(GMT-04:00)

Event Details

SUNDAY, 3.10.24 // DOORS AT 7PM // SHOW @ 8PM // $13


THUS LOVE is a band — but also so much more. The Brattleboro, Vermont trio stand together, a bond cemented by their experience as outsiders looking in. For THUS LOVE, DIY is an ethos that reflects not only their musical vision but their very existence as trans/queer artists. From the beginning, the band have lived together under the same roof, designed and produced their own merch, and even created their own recording studio from scratch.
“Native Sun grows with increasing urgency in the face of the inexorable climate crisis, growing civil division, and overlapping public health emergencies. Colombian-American songwriter Danny Gomez (vox/guitar) battles the impotence of our time when it seems, to use the words of Voltaire, common sense is not so common. Nico Espinosa (drums) and Justin Barry (bass) round out the resonant rhythms & Jack Hiltabidle (lead guitar) create a space of controlled chaos at high-energy live shows as well as detailed and layered recordings. Raw and honest, the New York band delivers solace and catharsis to all audiences—singing about grief, disillusionment with our time, and lovingly documenting the lives of the outcasts and misfits. Native Sun channels the grit of punk with the tenor of the times when rock ‘n’ roll could change something.Their latest EP Off With Our Heads, produced by Walter Schreifels (Quicksand, Gorilla Biscuits, Rival Schools) is out now via Grand Jury Music (Twin Peaks, TOLEDO, Carl Barât) and Rough Trade Publishing.”

Jenny Besetzt does not shy away from a cathartic release. Just listen to the title track from their third record Goner and it’s clear that the lean economy of their post-punk underpinnings is bursting with a poignant vulnerability. There’s a romanticism encoded in the band’s music, and an affinity to soften the sharper edges of their sound with cavernous vocals and dreamy synth arrangements. Live the band has honed their ability to shatter an audience with a devastating turn of phrase or instrumental climax, creating space for vocalist John Wollaber’s thundering voice to resonate. The rhythm section of bassist Nathan Price and drummer Thomas McNeely pushes and pulls with a serpentine momentum through the intertwining currents of Dillon Myrick’s synthesizers and Spencer Auten’s guitars.


(Sunday) 7:00 pm(GMT-04:00)


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