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9pm doors/9:30pm showtime



"Known primarily as the duo of Wednesday Knudsen (guitar, woodwinds, vocals) and Clark Griffin (bass), they have grown to a three-piece for this LP with the addition of Rob Smith (drums, harmony vocals). The music has also taken on a more sylvan quality, perhaps due to their home / recording studio The Bower in Austerlitz near Hudson, New York."


THE BOWER LP was released in late May 2015. Bouy EP will be out soon on locally-based Soft Abuse Records.


Julian Lynch:

Julian Lynch has been releasing home-recorded music under his own name since 2008. He has developed a unique style across several releases in the last five years, most fully realized in his newest long-playing project, Lines. Lynch builds Lines upon musically complex and thoughtful compositions without abandoning the accessibility, nuanced timbres, and vivid instrumentation found on his first three LPs. In addition to recording and performing music, Lynch leads a parallel life as a PhD student in Anthropology and Ethnomusicology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.


Crystalline Roses is Guitarist Anthony Pasquarosa.  Anthony Pasquarosa-12-string alchemy from the wilderness of Western MA, Pasquarosa's compositions transfix with hypnotic finger-picked melodies of a true occult nature. Known for his work under the Crystalline Roses moniker, his acoustic playing resounds with mysticism and unknown pleasures.