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Event Archive - Almost Bear, The Battlefield, Echo Nebraska, Coldwater Road

Sat. August 1st 2015 Joe's Apartment (No Minors)
8pm - 12am doors at 7:30pm
$10
Tickets at: http://studiorecords.brownpapertickets.com/
Join us for an intoxicating night of Folk-Americana Rock music at Studio Records (formerly Joe's Apartment) on Saturday August 1st! Doors open at 7:30 PM. Tickets- $10.

8 PM- Coldwater Road- "Rich in harmonies and not afraid to drive hard, Coldwater Road is folk storytelling with a reason to dance." (www.coldwaterroad.com)

9 PM- Echo Nebraska- On Echo Nebraska's debut EP, Send The Ships, the Vancouver-based band creates a rustic acoustic sound that might've been birthed had REM and Father John Misty spent a night together in a forest. Ranging from the gentle new country of "Nice Philosophy" to the riffier rock of "Out of Time" and lilting harmony-heavy first single, "Hey Allison," the record is cohesive while still being diverse. (www.echonebraska.com)

10 PM- The Battlefield- Los Angeles, CA's The Battlefield mine the American songbook to craft deeply moving, elegantly executed portraits of our shared humanity embracing the beauty but never shying away from the ugliness. Formed in June of 2013 by three talented singer/songwriters: Matt Ducey, Jenny Weaver and James Addison, The Battlefield speaks to the conflicts in our hearts & minds as well as the daily struggles of modern life. This world is a Battlefield and we're in it together. Join The Battlefield for their debut Vancouver performance in celebration of their new album, Tipping Point. (www.wearethebattlefield.com)

11PM- Almost Bear- Alternative rock/folk group based out of Surrey, BC. Premiering tracks off their forthcoming debut record "Last Cigarette" as well as some new songs. Their influences include Wilco, Big Star, Tom Petty, the Wallflowers, Spoon, and the sweet sultry sounds of Luther Vandross. (www.almostbear.com)

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Echo Nebraska

Hold up to the Fire, Echo Nebraska’s sophomore effort, sees the Vancouver folk-rock outfit expand on their reputation of combining soul-strung acoustic songs with melodic pop sensibilities. They were determined to write music that was universally accessible and affirming, focusing on introspective themes of love, loss and perseverance. The mis... more info

Coldwater Road (Folk-Rock)

Lyrically rich and hard hitting with their instrumentation, Coldwater Road gives folk music a reason to dance. Waltzing between love songs and foot-stomping murder ballads, Coldwater Road has a story for everyone. Their style reaches across Folk, Americana, Rock, and Country, and live performances are described as The Avett Brothers meets Paul Simo... more info