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Wild Belle w/ James Supercave

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Wild Belle w/ James Supercave

Music
Saturday, April 23
9 - 11:55 pm
Cost: Free
Wild Belle and James Supercave will play The Sett on April 23rd at 9pm.

FREE SHOW at The Sett at Union South (18+)
April 23rd @ 9pm

Wild Belle is an American band, composed of siblings Elliot and Natalie Bergman, who grew up in Chicago. The duo started writing music together several years ago, after Elliot took a sixteen year-old Natalie on tour to play percussion with his acclaimed Afrobeat ensemble, NOMO. Their debut album, Isles, was released by Columbia Records on March 12, 2013. Dreamlasnd, their sophomore album, will be released on April 15,2016. Wild Belle make folk, dance, reggae, and psychedelic rock-tinged indie pop sure to make your head nod and your feet move.

Listen on Spotify

Beyond the fragmentary web presence, the pixel personality, the blogger hearsay-to know James Supercave is to listen to the music. Supercave assumes the pop idiom, filling its dimensions (drums, synth, guitar, bass, vocals) while continually charting its fringes. The result: modern eccentricities thrown Pollock-like against psych pop-a sound that is cerebral in lyric and muscular in command of beat and groove.

Listen on Spotify

"The Right Thing"

FREE SHOW at The Sett at Union South (18+)
April 23rd @ 9pm

Wild Belle is an American band, composed of siblings Elliot and Natalie Bergman, who grew up in Chicago. The duo started writing music together several years ago, after Elliot took a sixteen year-old Natalie on tour to play percussion with his acclaimed Afrobeat ensemble, NOMO. Their debut album, Isles, was released by Columbia Records on March 12, 2013. Dreamlasnd, their sophomore album, will be released on April 15,2016. Wild Belle make folk, dance, reggae, and psychedelic rock-tinged indie pop sure to make your head nod and your feet move.

Listen on Spotify

Beyond the fragmentary web presence, the pixel personality, the blogger hearsay-to know James Supercave is to listen to the music. Supercave assumes the pop idiom, filling its dimensions (drums, synth, guitar, bass, vocals) while continually charting its fringes. The result: modern eccentricities thrown Pollock-like against psych pop-a sound that is cerebral in lyric and muscular in command of beat and groove.

Listen on Spotify

"The Right Thing"

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