Woods / YellowFever

FRI, July 24, 2009
7 pm

Woods is a Brooklyn-based psych-rock band known for upbeat folk jams awash in odd studio effects, cracked fuzz, and unique vocalizations. Members Jeremy Earl, Jarvis Taveniere, and G. Lucas Crane use an idiosyncratic songwriting style to create road worn, windblown, and deeply grooved soundscapes.

Hailing from Austin, Texas, the trio YellowFever play minimal art pop that dips into waters that Young Marble Giants, Stereolab, and '80s Rough Trade bands also explored. Formed in the summer of 2006, YellowFever’s pedigree includes shared members with the band Voxtrot and tour dates alongside Thee Oh Sees, Ponytail, Ecstatic Sunshine, and HEALTH.

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