As All Ages CT figures out its future, I’d like to infrequently share some shows coming up that are particularly cool. This is one of them. Four very great people who I am really honored to call friends.
The Arc Agency presents…
John Bradley from the band, Dads, solo.
Andrew Koji Shiraki is an American artist and activist from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA. He can be seen advocating with organizations such as Resolve and Invisible Children on behalf of the child soldiers being used by the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) in central and east Africa as well as Humility Now to help raise awareness about the homeless right here in the United States. His concerts feature a combination of music, storytelling, media and visual art, all aimed at empowering youth to create positive, lasting change and build community.
In 2010, Koji released 4 records, each a unique effort. Seaside Sessions was a raw demo tape that came together in one day with producer Gabe Liberti at Seaside Lounge in Brooklyn. That spring, he hit the road with his demo in tow and almost immediately after upon returning home, Koji landed a deal with Run For Cover Records. In August, RFC released Spring Song Vol. 1 - a full-length live record tracked at intimate house shows on Koji’s spring tour, followed by Some Small Way - Koji’s first full band release. In October, No Sleep Records released a full-length 12” vinyl split with Chicago’s Into It. Over It., entitled IIOI/KOJI, which was lauded by the Associated Press as one of 2010’s Most Overlooked Albums, alongside artists like Mumford and Sons, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, and Gucci Mane.
Sad singer-songwriter jams from the Elm City. Recently released his second LP, “Could Be Bitter Forever.” If you wish Conor Oberst had never discovered technology then this record is for you. Going to Yale never sounded so depressing.
Madison Breuer (spoken word)
Poetry and thoughts drawing from a lifetime of experience being a true badass.
THE PANTY HAUS
(email firstname.lastname@example.org for address)
New Haven, CT
All Ages. No Drugs.
I won’t be around (at school in New York) but I highly suggest dropping by if you’re in the area.
Excited to announce a great upcoming show! This November, come to Hamden to catch And So I Watch You From Afar, TTNG, Mylets, and Wess Meets West! They’ll be playing a great all ages show at The Space, so get your tickets as soon as you can!
Wess Meets West are amazing! and they’ll also be playing some new tracks!
Tickets are going fast for tonight’s show in CT! You can still grab them here: http://www.manicproductions.org/event/314105-mewithoutyou-great-big-pile-hamden
Tonight! I am currently on tour and so so so mad that I can’t be seeing two of my absolute favorite bands, so go for me, okay?
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Just would like to apologize for the lack of updates lately. For various reasons, I have found it harder to put energy into this. Sorry.
A Great Big Pile of Leaves hits The Space tonight! Be there! LVL UP, Langosta, and A Paper Tugboat round out the bill.