Local Slice Recommendation – Three Seaweed Sway Shows

Midday Veil (Seattle), The Range of Light Wilderness, Magic Leaves, & Jeffrey Manson- SeaweedSway Showcase at the Make-Out Room!
early, 7:30 doors, 8-11:30pm show, $8

*MAGIC LEAVES are digitally releasing their new album, “GLOW”, soon to be available on itunes, amazon, bandcamp, etc. through Ghost Dog Recordings. Guest drummer Nick Aives (ROLW) will be joining Magic Leaves for this special show. Also it’ll mark the digital release of our new album “GLOW” soon to be available on itunes, amazon, bandcamp, etc… through Ghost Dog Recordings. 

*To open the night, Jeffrey Manson is premiering a new video that he made with KC Bull! (if we find a projector in time – can anyone lend one? 🙂

*The Range of Light Wilderness have been out & about on tour, playing shows all over, & now we get to hear them at their first official seaweedsway show! 

*Also passing through town from Seattle is Midday Veil, to close out the night with some heavy tripssss!

*Jeremy Dalmas & the Absurdists will be performing “Desk Chef”, teaching us how to make meals at our desks. 🙂

DRESSES (Erica, Bob, Sean, & Indianna), SAINTSENECA (Columbus, OH), Vikesh Kapoor (PA), & Perhapsy (Derek Barber) at Amnesia
9pm after amnesia’s weekly open mic (7-9), $5-7
this show came together out of thin air, seemingly, but will leave a mark on music history! two midwestern bands touring through  … and two local bands (whose instigators are from the midwest) debuting their songs. midwest represent!

*Saintseneca (from Columbus, Ohio) just released a new album – you must listen – it’s one of my new favorites! 

*Erica’s making beaded necklaces for all who attend, in exchange for admission!
*bring all your friends?!!
*you don’t have to wear a dress this time, but you’re more than welcome to!

DRESSES debut! (Erica Fink, Bob Thayer, Sean Olmstead, & Indianna Hale)


SAINTSENECA (from Columbus, OH)

and last of the run but definitely not least,
Loving Cup & SeaweedSway Present: LITTLE WINGS, SALT MINDS (dearest, mariee sioux, & friends), Mark David Asworth & Muralismo, & Will Sprott of the Mumlers at the Great American Music Hall
8pm doors/ 8:30 show (i.e. the time to arrive so you can catch Will’s set!)
reasons to arrive on time:
*So you can hear the amazing Will Sprott of the Mumlers
*Mark David Ashworth & Muralismo are giving away a free download to their current album to all who show up before their set!  & (duh) you get to enjoy their songs live at the Great American!!!
other exciting things:
*mellow magic music night, which may involve some cozy sitting on the floor, though dancing is always encouraged & appreciated too
*1st official collaboration between Loving Cup & SeaweedSway!
*1st SeaweedSway show at the Great American Music Hall!

RSVP & invite friends if you are so inclined: https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=188485531215042
(reposting is appreciated)

Little Wings was formed in San Luis Obisbo, CA, and the music of Little Wings carries the landscape of its place of origin like clouds carry water vapor, to release it in a myriad of forms over a changing landscape. Little wings is a project that revolves around frontman and songwriter Kyle Field, sometimes with drummer Adam Selzer, keyboardist Rob Kieswetter, bassist Mark Leece, and others. His debut album, Discover Worlds of Wonder , was released in 1999 by Walking Records and later in 2000 by K Records. It has been called “a dreamy, balladic tribute to the surreal aspects of the contemporary Californian landscape.” Little Wings followed up this first release with The Wonder City and Wonderue to complete their Wonder Trilogy, consisting of three albums released on K and Knw-Yr-Own Records. In 2003, Little Wings released Harvest Joy , followed by Magic Wand in 2004 and Glow in 2005. He released Soft Pow’r in 2007. Kyle Field has played with the likes of Grandaddy, Lee Baggett, and Devendra Banhart, and is also a talented visual artist. A book of his drawings was published by the label Ahornfelder.


“Salt Minds Sounds like the last sequoia being turned into a tunnel through which to drive your car. Also it costs ten dollars every time you pass through the tree.”
-Roger Waters





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