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Event Archive - WAND, KELLI FRANCES CORRADO, Scars and Scarves

Thu. October 2nd 2014 2200 - 0100 doors at 2100 Copper Owl (No Minors) 2200 - 0100 doors at 2100
$8 at the door only.
WAND
http://wand.bandcamp.com/
http://www.wandwand.com/bio/

KELLI FRANCES CORRADO
http://www.kellifrancescorrado.com/
folktronica singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Coupling bittersweet, ethereal vocals with grandiose violins, cellos and autoharp, and underscored by a sinister metronome of pulsing drums and loops, her tracks are dark, atmospheric and enchanting. Influenced by a nomadic history as a tap dancer, military-wife, social worker, and music teacher. Her innovative arrangements are recorded in an assortment of weird and wonderful places, including a seaplane port, church, boat house, and warehouse with six-second reverb. Working with a wish list mix of artists like Brian Deck (Iron and Wine/Califone), Jeffery Mcnulty (Vera Project), Shawn Hatfield (Amon Tobin) and other cool folk. Her music has been home to recordings, sound installations, grants and artist-in-residency programs.Touring extensively, performing at cavernous venues like E’space B Paris, to critically acclaimed theater On The Boards, Seattle. Her songs are featured on a widespread of Stations from the BBC6 London to Hollow Earth Radio, Seattle.

SCARS AND SCARVES
http://scarsandscarves.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Scars-Scarves/141936089246902

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WAND (Prog Pop)

Wand (formerly First Nations) is Victoria, BC's Derek Janzen. He has been quietly recording and releasing homemade alternative music from out of his bedroom in the cold, dark north since 2008. Wand has played with some great acts, including Radical Face, Blackout Beach, Cousins, Jordan Klassen, and Himalayan Bear. When playing live, Wand incorpo... more info

Scars and Scarves (psychedelic, drone pop)

Formed by Annalea & Garrett with the desire to write and perform music that distills their various influences, Scars & Scarves is all about minimalism as maximalism. Focusing on making their melodies as concise and as direct as possible, the band isn’t afraid to strip away chords, notes, “tricks” and arrangement. Yet the attention to soni... more info
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