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New Track: "Save Me" - Pattern is Movement

Pattern is Movement is the subject of the next Shaking Through episode that will be available to the public this Wednesday. Weathervane Muisc did recently share the single, "Save Me," which was recorded at Miner Street Recordings during the session. The duo announced about a month ago that they would be disbanding, and you can say farewell to them on Saturday, June 20 at Johnny Brenda's with Dream Safari and Norwegian Arms.

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Pattern is Movement Wrapping Things Up w/a Farewell Tour

Art-pop duo Pattern is Movement announced yesterday after 13 years and 4 full-length albums, the band will be going its separate ways. They'll be wrapping things up with a farewell tour in June that will conclude with their final show on Saturday, June 20 at Johnny Brenda's supported by pals Norwegian Arms and Dream Safari. They will also be featured in this upcoming season of Weathervane Music's Shaking Through, and have plans to release a new single via Joyful Noise's 2015 Flexi Disc Series. Obviously, we wish them all the best, and hopefully we'll see many friendly faces at their final show in Philly.

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Home for the Holidays w/mewithoutYou & Pattern is Movement at JB’s Dec. 28

mewithoutYou enjoy a sold out holiday homecoming at Johnny Brenda's tonight before they embark on an early 2015 tour of Australia with Dr. Dog. And if you weren’t able to finagle tickets to this evening, then you still can grab ones for a mysterious show at First Unitarian Church this Tuesday headlined by Thy Foes Profanely Rage (“long time band from Philly”) with Eight Legged Prawn (a band “from a little town called Lititz”). Welcoming them home for the holidays this Sunday will be indie R&B/soul fusionists Pattern is Movement. The duo of Andrew Thiboldeux and Chris Ward had a great 2014 emerging from hibernation with a self-titled full-length release, which stands to be their best to date. Johnny Brenda's, 1201 N. Frankford Ave., 9pm, SOLD OUT, 21+ - Bill McThrill





Final Summer Show w/Pattern is Movement & Moon Bounce at Spruce St. Harbor Park Aug. 21

Smoothly layered grooves with enriching, silky vocals, that's what Pattern is Movement brings to Spruce Street Harbor Park this evening as part of this summer’s final free concert event, presented by the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation in conjunction with Weathervane Music (with a portion of the bar sales going to support the organization).  The duo of Andrew Thiboldeaux and Chris Ward creates complex music, grabbing elements from a wide array of styles & genres with the use of strings, horns, synth, etc., developing a sound all their own. And while their compositions provide depth, they do so while still marinating an airy comforting atmosphere allowing listeners to appreciate the interwoven R&B/soul/electro compositions without being weighed down by them. Local sex-pop aficionados Night Panther were schedule to appear; however, they unfortunately had to bow out due to personal reasons, and Corey Regensburg, a.k.a. Moon Bounce, is set to perform bringing his slightly twisted, entrancing electronic R&B/hip-hop hybrid. Spruce Street Harbor Park (Spruce St. & Columbus Ave.), 7:30pm, Free, All Ages - Michael Colavita





A Sunny Day in Glasgow w/Pattern is Movement & Myrrias at JB's July 27

A Sunny Day in Glasgow released their first album in four years, the Jeff Zeigler-produced Sea Went Absent, earlier this week via Lefse Records, and this evening, they’ll headline a triad of local artists that know how to push the envelope. The six-piece develops an ethereal state of affairs, capturing soft siren-esque vocals combined with floating layers of instrumentation, pieces of keys/synth, strings percussion, guitar etc., fitting them together to form a beautiful musical portrait that somehow slightly drifts out there yet, for the most part, remains within reach. On a similar note, the experimental-pop pairing of Andrew Thiboldeaux and Chris Ward, a.k.a. Pattern is Movement, delivers its intricately groovy, multi-instrumental R&B, fusing a variety of musical textures while the end product appears seamless. Myrrias a newly formed quartet, which includes Mikele Edwards (Arc in Round), Amy Harkanson (Downtown Club), Casey Bell (Break It Up), and Emily Robb (Lantern), opens the show weaving together vocals with a darker edge, industrial instrumental tone. Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 N. Frankford Ave., 9pm, $14, 21+ - Michael Colavita

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