Tuesday: Wild Nothing, Abe Vigoda, Ghost Animal @ Holocene | Dream Pop

From our sponsors at Holocene:
w/ Ghost Animal & New Dadz DJs
Tuesday, March 1
8:30 p.m. |21+
$10 advance | $12 day of show
Tickets: Brown Paper Tickets

1001 SE Morrison Street

Nostalgic dream pop group Wild Nothing join mighty cold wave powerhouse Abe Vigoda in a co-headlining bill!

Wild Nothing is the solo project of Virginia born Jack Tatum, whose music is the product of an unhealthy obsession with nostalgia. Equal parts teenage wasteland and inexplicable regret, his songs are the kind that could only be made by the young at heart. Warped interpretations of Johnny Marr's guitar work and The Cure's careful synth arrangements. Dreamy, catchy, and intriguing. Here's to missing your youth.

Those who clocked Abe Vigoda's transition from 2006's debut “Kid City” to 2008's startling tropical-punk “Skeleton” should know the LA quartet aren't ones for repeating themselves. To Skeleton's hot-hot-hot template, they now add glassy shards of 'cold wave' pop, with synthesisers, sequencers and altogether broodier beats.

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One Response to Tuesday: Wild Nothing, Abe Vigoda, Ghost Animal @ Holocene | Dream Pop

  1. David Dawes March 1, 2011 at 3:54 pm #

    I saw Wild Nothing and Abe Vigoda put on an excellent on Sunday at the Vera Project in Seattle. I blogged about it here and included some video: http://virtualsoundnw.blogspot.com/2011/02/wild-nothing-abe-vigoda-and-m-women-at.html

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