• Fri

    Eleanore Buckland/ Alec Spiegelman / Dallas Ugly Jul 15

    7:30 Doors 8pm Show

    Since 2014, Eleanor Buckland has been one-third of Lula Wiles, the Boston-based folk-rock trio that has become an acoustic music scene favorite with their three critically hailed albums. Her own album You Don’t Have To Know spotlights a different side of Buckland’s musical interests as it sets her deeply personal songs against inventive indie rock arrangements. “Buckland’s folksy drawl plays perfectly with this fresh set of pop tunes that are seemingly built for fans of contemporary FM radio acts like Kacey Musgraves and Taylor Swift, both nostalgically rustic and immediately modern.” – WBUR


    Alec Spiegelman is a songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer living in Brooklyn, NY. Lately, he’s produced albums for Ana Egge, The David Wax Museum, Taylor Ashton, Sadie Gustafson-Zook, Zoe Guigueno, and Dallas Ugly (sharing the bill this evening!) He’s a member of the band Cuddle Magic, who recently released a 6th full-length album (Bath), and are at work on a 7th. And he released his own debut full-length album, Airplane Mode, in the dark days of our first pandemic Autumn. He’ll be performing songs from that album, as well as newer material. 
    The music of Dallas Ugly shimmers with an iridescent nostalgia on their debut album, Watch Me Learn (produced by Alec Spiegleman). Built on a foundation of mellow interchanges of electric guitar and pedal steel, the rhythm and flow evoke an old-school country version of lofi hip hop radio. But combined with soaring fiddle and heartfelt vocals, it becomes something wholly new – a sound as unique as it is dreamy. Themes of change, loss, and growth, felt alongside the band members’ decade-long friendship, lend themselves naturally to the rolling country music vibes of their melodies and instrumentation. Together, Owen Burton, Eli Broxham, and Libby Weitnauer present a dreamy, last-call rendition of three chords and the truth. If you close your eyes, you can practically feel yourself slow dancing under the lazy orbit of a disco ball at midnight.


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