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Hospitality with Air Waves and The Human Eyes

February 22 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

| 10-12

Sat, February 22, 2014

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

Cat’s Cradle – Back Room

Carrboro, NC

$10.00 – $12.00

 

Hospitality

Hospitality

The first thing you might notice about Hospitality’s sophomore album Trouble is what you don’t hear. The process of completing Trouble was, for the band, one of learning to accept silence, to let that empty space exist no matter what it might awaken or evoke. You could catch glimpses of these dark and unexplored places in the margins of Hospitality’s 2012 self-titled debut, but they are at the very heart of Trouble. If you listen closely, you can hear a band pushing against their own boundaries and limitations until they find the very air around them subtly but perceptibly changed.

The trio of Amber Papini (guitar, vocals), Brian Betancourt (bass), and Nathan Michel (drums) approach Trouble with the force and unity of a well-rehearsed touring rock band. They supplement their performances with strategically placed strings, synthesizers, and drum machines. But silence is an inescapable force on Trouble, an invisible fourth player that draws you into the unexplored corners of familiar sounds: the full, ghostly decay of a reverb tail, the round pluck of a bass string, the exact syllables where a doubled vocal line diverges.

In its lyrics and its musical construction, Trouble is an album that wonders about the mysteries that lurk just beyond our field of vision. Slyly and sympathetically, Papini ponders a Saturday afternoon fishing trip as a wrenching interplay of life and death, the perfect blue sky at an air show as a setting for a soured romance.

Air Waves

Air Waves

The Brooklyn based songwriter first found solace in her guitar, composing escapist songs with fantastical stories and catchy choruses. A four piece Air Waves serves up fantastic imagery with unforgettable melodies with named influences such as Neil Young, The Clean, and the Velvet Underground. Passive towards trends, image, genre and all things on the periphery of being in a rock band, there is a genuineness in Nicole’s voice that echoes throughout every aspect of Air Waves, cutting straight to the essentials of communicating something larger than words.

Critics have labeled Air Waves as everything from sparse pop to folky punk, a sign that Air Waves does what every great band in their time has managed to do – find a way to be both comfortable and compelling in being themselves while creating a body of work beyond genre classification. Already in a short time span Air Waves have not only made a name for themselves in Brooklyn, but elsewhere by touring extensively down both the East and West coast sharing the stage with such notable acts like Cat Power, Songs: Ohio, Beach House, Dan Deacon and The Rapture to name a few.

In 2010 Air Waves released their debut LP, Dungeon Dots, on Underwater Peoples Records. Recorded & mastered by Kevin McMahon at Marcata Studios in NY, Dungeon Dots further proves Nicole and her bands ability to craft their perfect pop tunes.

Pitchfork nominated AIR WAVES for “Best Hope of 2011″ and Insound featured AIR WAVES’s track “Knockout” as Track of the Week. The show GIRLS will feature the song “Lightning” this season.

The Human Eyes

The Human Eyes

The Human Eyes is Thomas Costello. The current band also includes Ryan Gustafson, Josh Kimbrough, James Wallace, and Tom Simpson.
Venue Information:
Cat’s Cradle – Back Room
300 East Main St.
Carrboro, NC, 27510
http://catscradle.com/

Details

Date:
February 22
Time:
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Cost:
10-12
Event Category:
Website:
http://www.catscradle.com/event/445443-hospitality-carrboro/

Organizer

Cat’s Cradle
Phone:
9199679053
Website:
www.catscradle.com