|Musik Schokoladen OPEN STAGE|
play your songs unplugged!
starts between 8:30 and 9 pm. artists should arrive around 8 pm!
cozy athmosphere, perfect sound and support by our engineer, delicate tunes afterwords and delicious drinks!
Just you, perhaps a friend, not more than two instruments and two to four songs! no drums or bass amplifier!
just come over!
|Musik Süper!Nice!: live! Saintseneca (us)|
Saintseneca's Zac Little has been thinking a lot about memory. Not necessarily his memories, though they creep in often, too. Rather, he mulls over the idea of memory itself: its resilience, its haziness, how it slips away as we try to hang on, the way it resurfaces despite our best efforts to forget.
Memory is the common thread running throughout the Columbus folk-punk band's fourth album, Pillar of Na, arriving in late summer via ANTI- Records. Following 2015's critically lauded Such Things, the new album's name is rooted in remembrance, referencing the Genesis story of Lot's wife who looks back at a burning Sodom after God instructs her not to. She looks back, and God turns her into a pillar of salt. "Na," meanwhile, is the chemical symbol for sodium. "Nah" is a passive refusal and the universal song word. It means nothing and stands for nothing. It is "as it is."