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$10 at the door
Long time Boston-based duo of guitarist Max Kennedy and singer Anneke Reich play with a full band featuring Austin Birdy and drums and Dan Raney on bass. Big Fuzzy conjures up serene landscapes and scenes of beguiling discordance, blowing listeners away with startling shifts in melody and vocal harmony. It’s rock & roll, it’s jazz, it’s avante garde and it’s something totally new.
Stace Brandt has listened for a long time, ear to the ground, constantly searching for what makes a song tick. After spending five years in Burlington, Vermont writing songs, collaborating, and playing live to shape her sound, Stace returned to the Boston area where she grew up and jumped into a new scene. Melodically, Stace’s intuition never fails to pack a punch: soul-driven lyrics flow into R&B inflected hooks. Her guitar, minimal and percussive, provides a rhythmic backbone for her smoldering vocals. Powerfully reflective and sentimental, Stace’s music wavers between intimacy and solitude, between living recklessly and intense self-reflection. Stace released a sophomore EP, Lucky Ones, in March of 2019.