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In Amy’s words: “I am a poet and musician. In my songs, I express my unique inner world. I have a deep relationship to sounds, and can experience them as physical sensations. Out of these sensations, I build visual images and complex landscapes, characters and myths. Writing helps me see my feelings and understand why I feel them. In sharing my songs with you, I hope to say that we are all connected somehow by what we feel. You know me as a member of punk bands, including Titus Andronicus, with whom I toured for several years. During my years on the road, I also wrote an online tour diary with a feminist focus. My new album, Winter/Time, will be released in 2018. It takes place in a frozen winter landscape of my own invention. It’s a place of mystery where anything can happen, and anyone can be transformed.”
A Philadelphia three piece band drawing on early goth and post-punk, combining rigid beats, minimal guitar, and thumping melodic bass. Hidden Lights’ lead’s vocal style has been described as “the closest thing to Ian Curtis as you’ll get.”
Uncle Valentine is the solo project of Philadelphia-based cellist Rachel Icenogle. With electric cello and voice, Rachel layers scratchy, creaky, whirly textures that create a lush foundation for wild fables about insects and impressionistic stories about human batteries.