Mon 07 Mar 2022

Purgatory at The Masquerade

Doors 7:00 pm / $15 ADV / All Ages

Paul Cherry

Through pining comes purpose. Paul Cherewick, monikered Paul Cherry, makes a  departure from pining for an unrequited love on his debut LP Flavour toward the hunger  for creative fulfillment on Back on the Music. “Bouncing off the bottom: this pattern is the  problem…” is the melancholic opening line of the new album, a meandering meditation …

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Dougie Poole

Brooklyn’s Dougie Poole puts his eccentric stamp on country music, melding eerie D.I.Y. bedroom pop textures with a love for classic honky tonk and lonesome, earthy songwriting. His self-released, home-recorded debut, Wideass Highway, earned him a contract with Wharf Cat Records, which issued his more expansive follow-up, The Freelancer’s Blues, in 2020. Originally based in…

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Conjuring up female leads like Stevie Nicks and Madonna, Sedona aims to fuse past hurts with a contemporary feel. Her sound emerges from the nostalgic undertow of hook-filled pop antics.

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