$6 in advance/$6 at the door
9:30pm doors/10pm showtime
Songwriter Christopher Williams'(Warehouse Eyes) newest project.
Camp Dark's first offering, Nightmare In A Day, started as a collection of song skeletons composed by Adam Svec and Graham O’Brien. The meat on the bones was added by a list of wonderful players (see the list of contributors). The arrangement of the limbs, direction of the hair, and shade of the makeup was largely generated and organized by O'Brien. This collaboration initially started shortly after Svec's third solo release, Weaks In The Waves, for which O'Brien played the roles of instrumentalist, engineer, and producer. The first installment of their collaboration, in conjunction with the writing and playing prowess of Casey O'Brien, arrived in the form of Proofreader. Zero Squared in 2013.
After spending a year living in Charleston, SC, Svec's experience of the American South resulted in a number of song ideas that included the racism, sexism, and homophobia that is still disappointingly apparent in the heart of Dixie. The combination of the heavy lyrical content settled against a gorgeous sonic landscape reminiscent of Radiohead's "Let Down" or Bjork's "Yoga" makes for a musical experience that will have motorists choosing the long way home.
Feels for the roller rink and hot tub. Featuring: Jeremy Hanson, Don House, Danny O'Brien, and Jef Sundquist.