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Brown Recluse Soundtracking the Change of Seasons at KFN March 16





Brown Recluse Soundtracking the Change of Seasons at KFN March 16

The warmer weather might have you in the mood for sunny tunes and the summer to come. If so, Brown Recluse will provide the soundtrack to those feelings when they play Kung Fu Necktie tonight. The local outfit has a way of mixing 60s sunshine pop with arcade 80s sounds. They self-describe themselves as Baroque-pop, and there are bits of Belle and Sebastian-esque moments disbursed throughout their music. The daydream-y quality of their songs can get you so lost in its warm glow that you almost don’t notice the sometimes eerie lyrics that lay underneath their soundscapes, which is probably one of the many reasons why well-respected indie label Slumberland Records have picked them from the orchard of talented Philly acts making more noise in the blogosphere. Brown Recluse’s well-crafted, sunshiny songs are the perfect transition into spring. Expect to hear some new tunes from the indie popsters this evening. They’ll be joined by the synth-pop laments of Steve Goldberg’s latest project Resistor and Brooklyn’s We Can’t Enjoy Ourselves. Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 N. Front Street, 7:30pm, $8, 21+ - Maura Filoromo

Published: March 16, 2012 |

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