Aunt Sis + Wizardskin w/ Heatwarmer, Cyboman
AugustDoors 8:30, Show 9:30 - $Free
If you listen to to Aunt Sis’ 2016 album These People on Sorry Records, you’ll hear entrancing, revolving riffs built on kind of that circular neo-American Primitive finger-picking style, which is the core that drives many of their songs. It’s not something they hit you over the head with as it’s sublimated within the context of an indie pop quartet, but it’s there and it’s what differentiates Aunt Sis from others, giving them a swell flow. Neither do they attempt to dose you with capital P psychedelia, but there’s a definite undefined element of transcendence floating about Aunt Sis songs.
Aunt Sis can also change it up and strip it down to bare bones plaints which can take you in and out of your late night mind.
Regardless, chances are, if you see Aunt Sis in concert, you’ll end up dancing mostly, and maybe welling up inside occasionally, even if you weren’t planning on it.
The Wiz's are a rare local trio of young-guns-turned-hunks who weave improvisation throughout electroacoustic compositions. The trio enjoys three things: taking electronics to a new level of instrumentality, morphing aural textures into churning rhythms, and just sitting back and relaxing (when it’s Jake’s day off).
With over 200 likes on Facebook, who would have thought that an almost wholly technological ensemble could speak so deeply to human nature?
Come out and enjoy this special reunion performance!