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Japanese Breakfast, Becca Ryskalczyk, The Leones

Venue:

Address: 47 East Mohawk St.

City: Buffalo, NY 14203 USA

Event Date/Time:

April 23rd to April 24th, 20178:00 pm - 12:00 am

Price: $10.00 - $12.00

Category: Live music

Announced-date: 2017-04-14

Brief-description: .

Event url: www.buffalosmohawkplace.com

Ticket-link: www.ticketfly.com/venue/16459-buffalos-mohawk-place

About: Japanese Breakfast www.facebook.com/japanesebreakfast https://michellezauner.bandcamp.com Rebecca Ryskalczyk www.facebook.com/becca.ryskalczyk www.facebook.com/bsteelmybleedingfart https://bethlehemsteel.bandcamp.com The Leones www.facebook.com/TheLeonesBand https://theleones.bandcamp.com http://theleonesband.com A side project from her work as front woman of Philadelphia indie punk band Little Big League, Michelle Zauner released a tape in June 2013 under the solo moniker Japanese Breakfast. The tape was titled June and boasted thirty tracks written and recorded every day of the month. A stark deviation from Little Big League’s guitar- based indie rock, it showcased Zauner’s dark lyrics, unique vocals and inherent knack for pop melody. Two bedroom pop cassettes later, Japanese Breakfast returns with its first full- fledged LP and vinyl release, Psychopomp. The album explores Zauner’s experimental interests and hosts a wide range of sound: jarring anime samples, minimalist ballads, rhythms and synths reminiscent of Tango in the Night-era Fleetwood Mac paired with the moody intimacy of Mount Eerie. After the foundation of the album was built, Zauner enlisted Ned Eisenberg to coproduce and embellish the record. Eisenberg helped with the mixing and production of the album. Psychopomp revisits and revamps lo-fi tracks and adds chilling new songs to fall in love with. “The side project of Little Big League leader Michelle Zauner began as an exercise in discipline when, during the summer of 2013, she set out to record one song a day during the entirety of June. The project soon evolved into an act of survival when Zauner put her life on Philadelphia on hold and moved to Oregon to care for her mother, who had been diagnosed with stage 4 cancer. She passed away six months later. In the ensuing months Zauner poured her grief (and several of those modified song-a-day recordings) into what would become a stunning debut, Psychopomp. Its taut, gossamer pop songs leave behind any trace of the emo-tinged indie roc

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