Will Lawrence / Wren Kitz / Caitlin Wilder

18nov7:00 pm10:00 pmWill Lawrence / Wren Kitz / Caitlin Wilder

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Will Lawrence is a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from New York. He tours and records as a solo artist and plays drums in the folk-rock band The Felice Brothers. His latest album, “Through the Hollow Hills,” was released in September 2022.
Wren Kitz is a song writer and field recordist based in Burlington, VT. Wren's unique and personal style of music has been informed by blending traditional guitar-and-voice songwriting with field recording and tape collage experimentation.
"The most intriguing aspect of Kitz’s compositions is his ardent dedication to magnetic tape, unlocking its tangible and nostalgic qualities not only through recording, but through instrumental utilization as well. A dedicated field recorder, Wren’s travels with his tape recorder yield a trove of extracted sonic memories that he is able to access in his songs through manipulation and collage. Wren captures literal moments from his life and recontextualizes them as musical elements, building textures and atmospheres from a faded reality, from subtle rustlings to roaring oceanic vastness. This blending of fidelities creates a very dynamic listen by constructing a hypnagogic tension between traditional songwriting and avant-garde experimentation. " -NNA Tapes
Caitlin Wilder is a NH based singer songwriter. She has long kept singing and songwriting to herself, but is now ready to share her music and find the people it connects with. The haunting essence of her songs is informed by profound change and loss, and the environments of places she has traveled in the past year.
Doors at 7, music starts at 730!



November 18, 2022 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm(GMT-11:00)


Nova Arts Block/Brewbakers Cafe

48 Emerald Street

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