Local, all-ages music show tonight in Nevada City
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WHO: Papa Wolf Productions Presents THE DIRTY LOOP SHOW
WHAT: An evening of music by Aaron Ross, Loving You, Pregnant and Pterodaniel
WHEN: 7 p.m. to midnight Monday Sept. 5
WHERE: Odd Fellows Lodge in Nevada City, 212 Spring St.
All ages are welcome. $5-$20 Sliding Scale Admission.
The Dirty Loop Show, an evening of music by Aaron Ross, Loving You, Pregnant and Pterodaniel, runs 7 p.m. to midnight tonight at the Odd Fellows Lodge, 212 Spring St., Nevada City.
All ages are welcome. There is a $5-$20 sliding scale admission fee.
The schedule is as follows:
7 p.m. Pterodaniel
Pterodaniel, formerly a member of Pterodactyl and Pregnant, will be doing a solo set with brilliant midi guitar tapping and electronic beats that will enthrall the complex mind.
8 p.m. Pregnant
Pregnant blasts the night with a trippy landscape of sounds. Pregnant is the musical pipe works of once described hillbilly savant Daniel Trudeau, an intriguing producer, visual artist, musician, and father, who has been part of the Nevada County music scene for many years. Pairing a sweet vocal style reminiscent of Neil Young with a swelling collage of electronics, foot pedals, guitars and even saxophone,
9 p.m. Loving You
Hailing from New York City, Loving You is a musical shockwave of electrified cello, soaring vocals, and feverous emotions generated by Alison Clancy and Chris Lancaster, formerly of the band HUFF THIS! Few musicians ever define a mission so straightforward, yet Loving You spells it out from the very onset. These are drowning songs: whole oceans of ecstasy and heartbreak that rear up into impossibly spiraling waves and crash down into depths unfathomable. Clancy, a Nevada City native, is a classically trained dancer with punk musical ethos; a dynamic performer you cannot take your eyes off of. And Lancaster is the kind of musician you can’t believe is capable of the sounds he coaxes out of his cello. Together they create an unpredictably combustible core of creative catharsis.
10 p.m. Aaron Ross
Local Legend Aaron Ross will be doing an electronic set with a special guest appearance.
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