Neon Gold & The Crocodile Present:
Palmistry @ Lo-Fi
Thu, February 23, 2017
Lofi - Seattle
This event is 21 and overhttps://www.thecrocodile.com/event/1416058/
His self-released 2014 mixtape, Ascensión, combined some of the superficial textures of PC Music with earnest lyrics, a choral reverence, and Caribbean rhythms. His album Pagan, out in June via Dre Skull's dancehall-focused label Mixpak, simplifies these characteristics even further, sometimes incorporating vivid instrumental interludes that recall ambient and trance. ...
loneliness permeates Pagan. It wasn't surprising to learn that Keating spends a lot of time soaking up poetry; he was reading Rilke at the time of our interview, and named Zimbabwean poet Dambudzo Marechera as an old favorite. Palmistry lyrics can drift from outright darkness (most of my friends suicidal, Keating sings on "Sino," his voice disarmingly sweet) to a reverence for sadness (the chorus of album closer "Sweetness" celebrates the sweetness of malady). There's depression, a desperation to connect, and ultimately: a "fuck it" attitude.' --FADER
Lofi - Seattle
429 Eastlake Avenue
Seattle, WA, 98109
Location & Contact Info
$5 Suggested Donation
$5 at The Door
$7 at The Door
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