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LEYA / TALsounds / Eli Winter

Thursday, November 4, 2021 at 6:00 PM

$10 - $25
Online tickets not available

Thursday, November 4 at 6PM

LEYA / TALsounds / Eli Winter

6950 Maple St NW, Washington, DC 20012, USA

$10 - $25
Online tickets not available
Thursday November 4 * 6pm * outside at Rhizome

LEYA, the Brooklyn-based duo of harpist Marilu Donovan and violinist Adam Markiewicz, make purposefully ambiguous music and place themselves in an ambiguous context. The duo traverses the art world and DIY noise scenes, and their music revels in the tension between elegance and disquiet, subverting the stereotypes associated with their chosen instruments. It can sound equally gorgeous or unsettling, depending on mindset and circumstance; it asks more questions than it answers. https://biglink.to/LEYA

TALsounds (Hausu Mountain | Chicago, IL) is the lush, synthesizer-driven, ambient project of Natalie Chami (Goodwill Smith.) Equipped with an organic mix of ethereal loops and interstellar arpeggiation, Chami explores the vast light and darkness of the universe with a hauntingly beautiful vocal caress. https://www.talsounds.com

A self-taught guitarist, Eli Winter has been praised as a "generational talent" (NYCTaper) for his masterful instrumental music, which has received praise from Pitchfork, The Guardian, the Chicago Reader and others. On the strength of his first album, The Time To Come, The Guardian featured him as an artist to watch for 2020. That year, American Dreams Records released his second album, Unbecoming. In March, the label released Anticipation, an album of acoustic guitar duets with Cameron Knowler, which Pitchfork named one of 8 New Records That Reimagine What a Guitar Can Do. New music is forthcoming. https://www.eliwinter.com
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