Magmana, Daltonians, Abandoned Lighthouse
Tue, March 12, 2013
8:00 pmCameo Gallery
Tickets Available at the Door
This event is 21 and overhttp://www.cameony.net/event/225761/
A former member of Seattle's House On A Hill, Sara created Natureboy upon moving to Brooklyn in 2007. Natureboy is quickly gaining a fan base of loyal and excited listeners. She's been playing a steady stream of gigs in New York, Chicago and Boston sharing the stage with a number of esteemed artists such as Cate Le Bon, Magnolia Electric Co., Mirel Wagner, Laura Gibson, School of Seven Bells, Tiny Vipers, Sharon Van Etten, and Marissa Nadler. The band embarked on a 15 date European tour in late 2010, playing cities such as Paris, Berlin, and Copenhagen.
Natureboy's live performances are as captivating as her recorded music. Onstage, Sara closes her eyes, curls up her toes, and gives herself completely to the music. Her unique, natural vocal style and skillful guitar playing feels vulnerable and almost threatening. The band builds on the power of her sound with tastefully-woven waves of guitar, synth, bass, and drums.
Natureboy's music has been featured on Brooklyn Vegan, in Esopus magazine, on KEXP, KCRWfeatured the band as an "Artist You Should Know," RCRD LBL and was recorded live by NYC Taper. Sara recorded a Daytrotter Session this summer. The debut album was included on many best of 2009 lists including Kevchino.com, The Sky Report, and Musicology NYC. She has also been featured in a number of publications like Deli, Wears The Trousers, Largehearted Boy, Vivoscene, The Wounded Jukebox and Performer.
Tea Parties is Magmana's first self-release, and was originally released under the name Treasure. Seven songs written and recorded in Joan Tick and Caleb Lindskoog's Brooklyn apartment. And there is a book of short stories written in the night, underwater, between conversations and covers. One short story for each song written by Joan and illustrated by Maude Black, who is the same artist who created the cover art. Only 300 have been made. The covers are letter-pressed, screen-printed, and hand-painted one by one.
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