Wednesday March 14th
12:00 – 5:00
BD Riley’s on 6th street
Sliding down from Minneapolis Pictures of Then are strolling through Darkroom on their way to NY
Mutts and Glittermouse is pairing up again and invading Sub-t for another Mutts release. Either you have your tickets for the hootenanny that is the Filligar show at hideout with paper thick walls, or you are too late as it’s sold out. Scattered Trees are opening up for two door cinema club at the Vic theater.
Do312.com is throwing a party with vitaminwater at Hard Rock Hotel with Smith Westerns, franki Chan, Black Light Saints, and the windy city soul club. * I think the RSVP for this might be closed, but Smith Westerns are coming back in February to Metro.
Not hitting any of these and know of a good show this weekend or have something coming up? Speak up and share!
Paper Thick Walls presents an elegant mix of deep, reflective, and at times haunting music, which captures elements of sound similar to acts like Arcade Fire and Sufjan Stevens. The almost orchestral arrangement of piano, upright bass, guitars, drums, fiddle, mandolin, and other various instruments has a fascinating way of complimenting the profound fictional story lines that Paper Thick Walls portray through their lyrics.
Their songs quickly caught the attention of sound engineer Mike Hagler (Neko Case, Wilco) who engineered Paper Thick Walls’ debut record entitled “A Thousand Novels” which was released on May 3, 2011 and promptly followed by a sold out record release show at “Hideout” in Chicago. Here is what Rock NYC had to say about the bands debut album.
They perform at 3:00 this Saturday at Arlene’s Grocery. RSVP at #LETSGETMESSY for a free mixtape.