We are pleased to announce that we will be curating next month’s Tuesday Tune-Out series at PhilaMOCA. Tuesday Tune-Out is an ongoing weekly series of music and movies in which a rotating lineup of guest curators choose a month’s worth of local bands, the bands in turn choose movies to screen.
This month, we’re bringing ambiance, instrumentals, post-punk, pop, power vocals and timeless, folk-tinged singer/songwriters to Tuesday nights, in this particular order:
Edison brings dream-out dynamic melodies and spacious vocals
Mohican’s projecting original band footage over guitar-driven, atmospheric, post-rock instrumentals (check out the group’s newest EP, Honest Red, here)
Point Breeze is a three-piece noise-core outfit hailing from its namesake
Amanda X, Philly girls’-only group belts outCorinne Tucker-like vocals and powers through powerful twee-punk
(plus film TBA)
Younger Me: Eccentric, multi-instrumental pop-bop from York, PA
Cruiser, who released the Cruiser EP in 2012 with Youth Lagoon producer Jeremy Park. Think warm bodies on hazy, summer mornings; performing with found imagery from Andy States, founder and front man
Heyward Howkins solo set featuring blustery vocals, plucky guitar riffs, and nostalgic songwriting
Auctioneer’s complex instrumental composition by Craig Hendrix, broad vocals, experimental fiction folk; performing w/ multi-screen video installation by Jesse Engaard and live video mixing by Chris Thomas
Doors at 7:30, Musician at 8:00-ish
$5 donation, All ages.