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Seasons/Spectres at Someday Lounge

Seasons/Spectres at Someday Lounge


What a great way to get ourselves through these last stretches of dreary winter-gloom – Alameda has just announced that their debut full-length Seasons / Spectres is ready for listening, and you can join the celebration March 5 at the Someday Lounge for their record performance, along with performances by Porches and OK Bird.

Alameda is not just another three-piece folk-pop Portland band – it's vocalist/guitarist Stirling Myles, classically-trained cellist Jessie Dettwiler, and classical clarinetist, Jennifer Woodall, along with visitations by members of the Horse FeathersAgesandAges and various musicians from regional symphonies. Altogether, the result is a collaboration of orchestral comprehensions, a full symphonic accord that finds balance between folk modesty and effervescent chamber pop; a balance that will doubtlessly put up a great show. 

So come out to the Someday Lounge and pick up your copy of the heavy-hearted yet seamlessly orchestral Seasons / Spectres this March; it's diverse moodiness is exactly what you need during this bipolar winter season. -April Ehrlich

Also, here is a little sneak-peek of what to expect: New Leaf - Alameda

Published: February 17, 2011 |

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