Buried Beds

Johnny Brenda's presents

Buried Beds

The Spinto Band, The Building

Sat, February 25, 2012

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:15 pm

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

All shows are 21+ Proper I.D. required for admission

Facebook comments:

Buried Beds - (Set time: 11:15 PM)
Buried Beds
"This is one of those bands that's so good, you simply cannot understand why the world hasn't discovered it yet. Buried Beds is a pop group - no apology necessary, because doing pure pop well (i.e. not boring people to death) is a high-wire act not too many people can pull off. The band was formed in 2003 by Philadelphia indie music mainstay Brandon Beaver (how's that for a pre-existing stage name!) and Eliza Jones. Check out Tremble the Sails, to understand what talented people can do with piano, acoustic guitar, banjo and violin. The arrangements are lush and interesting, the lyrics focused and funny, and the vocal harmonies are Beach Boys good. All the vocals, by the way, were recorded at home, with the band members in their PJs."
The Spinto Band - (Set time: 10:15 PM)
The Spinto Band
The Spinto Band have just completed their third full length album, Shy Pursuit. The recordings were self-produced in their Delaware studio over the course of 2010. In the coming months they are preparing for the release of the album and an accompanying tour. In addition, the band helped create the soundtracks for the 2011 films The Beast Pageant and Biba! One Island, 879 Votes.
The Building - (Set time: 9:15 PM)
The Building
Name a visual artist and/or author whose work embodies what you do musically:

angelo: Holling C.Holling and his wife illustrated beautiful narratives about the American
frontier. John Eldridge, on the male condition.
anthony: Charlie Harper, John Fante

Where were you born and where do you live now:
angelo: Youngstown OH / Youngstown OH
anthony: Youngstown OH / Brooklyn NY

If you had to move, where would you choose:
angelo: Montana, never been but my wife’s burning desire for horses and open country has
become mine.
anthony: In the US; Ohio or midwest. Out of country; France

Name something you miss about your hometown:
angelo: My little brother.
anthony: The people

What is your favorite vernacular phrase/device of your hometown:
angelo: You wanna sangwich?
anthony: yinz, over der,

What is one thing you hope a listener takes from your music:
angelo: Life is for real.
anthony: A sense of seriousness and care and humility

What is your favorite weather condition:
angelo: Crisp cool, fall day maybe with a light jacket, maybe jeans, possible hat, walking in the
woods.
anthony: Snow and wind

Favorite food/drink:
angelo: Veggie Pizza at Pizza Joes, Bells Porter
anthony: Fresh pasta / coffee

What is something you find funny:
angelo: Click and Clack, the Tappet brothers, I could listen to those guys for hours.
anthony: Fake beards. Talking monkeys. Skeletons wearing clothes, and any combination of those

What is your favorite sound, musical or not:
angelo: Little Olivia laughing, my niece has the most adorable, beautiful giggle.
anthony: A morning dove.

What is a non musical event that has influenced your music:
The main inspiration for “The Swooshy Businessman” was seeing so many men around
us making poor decisions, and in the lighter moments of the album finding joy through
forgiveness. And of course, geometry.

What do you like best about the internet:
angelo: http://www.freedownloadscenter.com/Authors/LaMarca___Associates.html
anthony: Communication and information. I also like its ability to show you just how much time you waste.

What animal do you most relate to:
angelo: The eastern chipmunk, so elusive, yet in everyone’s back yard. Where are they going?!
anthony: Elephant

What’s your favorite mode of transportation:
angelo: My truck, one main reason for leaving Brooklyn. I drive around town with a toolbox full
of coffee mugs, bungee cords and a little ax.
anthony: Bike / Train

If you weren’t a musician, what occupation would you most enjoy:
angelo: I’m still waiting to enjoy being only a musician.
anthony: Some sort of manufacturing

What is one song you wish you wrote:
angelo: ‘Like A Rock’ Bob Seger
anthony: ‘Heaven’ Talking Heads
Venue Information:
Johnny Brenda's
1201 N. Frankford Ave
Philadelphia, PA, 19125
http://www.johnnybrendas.com/