Eleanor Elektra | Party of the Sun | Spotted Owls
Opens on March 25
Run Time: 180 min.
Up at The Overlook…
THE PLACE: Mill No.5 | 250 Jackson St. | 5th Floor
THE DATE: March 25th
THE TIME: 7pm, doors at 6:30
THE TICKETS: $15
Eleanor Elektra is an interdisciplinary artist originally from the Pacific Northwest who fuses musical & visual arts. Her practice spans songwriting, printmaking, and installation work. Her music combines elements of folk, jazz, and classical music within the songwriter idiom to create unique cinematic songs. Largely a self-taught guitarist, her playing is both technical and idiosyncratic, skillfully supporting songs that are rich in both composition and execution.
PARTY OF THE SUN
Party of the Sun is a psychedelic folk band from New Hampshire, composed of Ethan McBrien, Rory Hurley, and Garrett Cameron. Since 2006, McBrien and Hurley have recorded and performed together in various projects. Throughout his career, McBrien has always had an interest in folk music, writing many songs influenced by the Americana tradition. In the fall of 2015, McBrien and Hurley began recording this material. These collaborative sessions at McBrien’s home–a small sheep farm in Marlborough, NH, were the impetus of what has become Party of the Sun.
John Sorice and Adam Garland started playing together in 2018. Along with Garland’s longtime collaborator Brian McGrath on trumpet, they created an original psychedelic roots band called Torres Mouth that quickly gained momentum in New England. After several sold-out shows, the world entered lockdown, the band changed their name to Spotted Owls, and they started recording remotely. Teaming up with the great Mike Bradley from New Orleans on drums and bass, Spotted Owls produced and recorded their first EP, Filament Sound, entirely from home–without ever setting foot in the same room.