Try the Pie + Two White Cranes + The Blue Period, Nttm 07/05

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Try the Pie + Two White Cranes + The Blue Period, Nttm 07/05

Post by a layer of chips » Sun Jan 10, 2016 18:49

a layer of chips presents:

Try the Pie (US) + Two White Cranes (UK) + The Blue Period (Sneinton)

live at The Chameleon
on Saturday 7th May
at 8pm
Admission: £5

Try the Pie
Try the Pie is a solo effort by Bean Tupou. Their first full length record, "Donestication", was released on Salinas Records in Spring of 2015.

Bean Kaloni Tupou is a self-taught, touring musician born and raised in San Jose, California who has also been active since 2007 in such Bay Area bands as Sourpatch, Salt Flat, Crabapple and Plume.

Try the Pie spans almost ten years, drawing upon a Tongan-American and a Bay Area punk background, Bean pieces together ideas of impromptu harmony, poetic imagery, soft guitar melodies, dissonance and noise. These elements are used to create a sonic collage-work to provide a variety of vivid storytelling. The project is based heavily in the ideas of mixing present experiences with indigenous folk art, inherited histories and oral storytelling of a poetic nature.

Try The Pie put their first full-length album, 'Domestication' out on Salinas Records out of Detroit in April of 2015. (http://www.salinasrecords.com/products/ ... ication-lp) The record is a meditation on early life and socialization using beautiful melodies drenched in noise. 'Domestication' is the first effort using the help of other musicians and was recorded by Damien Wendel in November 2014 in San Jose, California.

Two White Cranes
Roxy Brennan has been writing and singing songs for 10 years in her home town of Bristol. As Two White Cranes she performs intimate folk with loud bits and quiet bits both solo and with friends. Her songs seem to all be about loving someone or something. Two White Cranes refers to the two white construction cranes she walks beneath every morning and evening on my way to and from work. She also currently plays with the bands Joanna Gruesome, Grubs and Trust Fund.

The Blue Period
The Blue Period play meandering down-tempo introverted mope-pop, reminiscent of Rainer Maria, Life Without Buildings and Ribbon Fix.

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