Sunday July 21
Blossom Hall; Mynah Tones; Villa Mure
8pm// free // front bar
blend of 90s alternative rock and 60s vocal harmony, with accents of psychedelia. The band debuted as a side project between Nancy Paraskevopoulos (vocals, bass, synth) and Phil Cotter (vocals, guitar), who wanted to write more psychedelic and Americana style songs than they’d written in other bands. Three years in, Zach Larabee (drums) filled in on a last minute gig and his bombastic, precise drumming was a perfect fit.
Blossom Hall have been compared to the Pixies, the Strokes and late era Beatles. In their first two years as a band, Blossom Hall has opened for Broken Social Scene, Frightened Rabbit and R. Ring. The band released an EP, “Parasols” in January of 2018, and are also working on a full-length record to release in 2019.
Mynah Tones is a delicate balance of fierce harmonies and thoughtful melodies.
Villa Mure is Villiger + LaMure. We are a musically intertwined, rock’n’roll, husband/wife songwriting team from Louisville, KY.
Rooted just as much in 70’s progressive rock as modern alternative and cultivated by the eclectic Louisville music scene, Villa Mure’s music is anchored on the chemistry of textural, flowing guitar work and driving, melodic bass. Live, the band creates an atmosphere that recalls the psychedelic, but presents itself in the simplicity of the tried and true rock n’ roll power trio, with grooving instrumentals intertwined with lyrics intended to speak from your own inner voice.