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Lost Patrol & Blueflowers (f/k/a Ether Aura)

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Lost Patrol & Blueflowers (f/k/a Ether Aura)

Postby shred » Fri Aug 05, 2011 1:35 am

NYC's The Lost Patrol and Detroit's The Blueflowers (formerly Ether Aura) play 2 area shows!

This is The Blueflowers first time playing outside of Michigan.

Friday, August 12
@ The Parkside Lounge
317 E. Houston
NYC (L.E.S.)
8:00 pm

Saturday, August 13
@ Architekt Music
One Boonton Ave.
Butler, NJ (40 minutes west of the Geo. Wash. Bridge and Tunnel Crossings)
Doors 6:00 PM
Showtime around 7:00 to be safe!!

Great nights of music! Both bands have that twangy, westerny-alt-country sound, but incorporating that dark Americana sound. The Lost Patrol are more ethereal and otherwordly akin to Cocteau Twins and Siouxsie, whereas The Blueflowers are more rootsy like a cross between Del Shannon and Tarnation/Camera Obscura. Both have fantastic female singers who could hold their own with some of the best.
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