This Show Is At Club Dada
Lometa, Majik Taylor
Fri Jun 02 2017
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm
$10.00 - $12.00
Goes Great With: The Azalea Project, Big Thief, Andy Shauf, Bahamas
Formerly of the locally celebrated band The Azalea Project, the duo moved to Brooklyn to form Pueblo, with highly conscious lyrical reflections, lifted by assertive guitar licks.http://www.granadatheater.com/event/1460506/
Produced by Paul Williams, Boring The Camera is filled with the highly conscious lyrical reflections of Jonah Smith, many of which offer a maturity far beyond his years. Filled with earthy, atmospheric pop-rock, the EP also features Julian on various instruments, including lead guitar, bass, keys, percussion, bells and even triangle. The newest evolution in the long musical relationship between the Smiths, Boring The Camera is a lesson in using less, with sparse arrangements that let the talents of boths its members shine. It’s an ode to the foundations of pop-rock, offering Elliott Smith, Radiohead, and The Beatles as influences.
Natives of Dallas, Texas, Jonah and Julian met in grade school, and have played in bands together ever since -- and sometimes even in rival bands. In high school, they formed the locally celebrated band The Azalea Project. In August of 2016 the duo moved to Brooklyn, New York, wiping the slate clean to form Pueblo.