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Skeletonbreath and Da Comrade! Ready to Tear It Up at DDG Jan. 30





Skeletonbreath and Da Comrade! Ready to Tear It Up at DDG Jan. 30

Brooklyn/Philadelphia gypsy-rock collective Skeletonbreath has started 2011 off with a bang by touring the North and laying out the groundwork for their upcoming third album on Ernest Jenning Records. Lucky for us, they can’t stay away from Philly - after putting on a successful gig at Philamoca (formerly Mad Decent Mausoleum) last Sunday, Skeletonbreath  is back in West Philly tonight to play drummer Tris Palazzolo’s home-away-from-home, Danger Danger Gallery. The trio is no stranger to the DDG stage as well as West Philly art rockers Da Comrade!, who will also be sharing the bill. Last year saw major changes for the collective: they bid farewell to compatriot and cellist Anne Ellis West, who’s on hiatus for school; guitarist Fletcher VanVliet started his folk side project On The Water that is quickly becoming a Deli favorite; and they teamed up with Simple Machine Recording’s Kyle Pulley (who’s worked with Post Post, Grandchildren, andAlgernon Cadwallader) for Da Comrade!’s debut full-length, Chariot. With the album getting closer and closer to release, you can expect sonic blasts of the new material from their set this evening. Danger Danger Gallery, 5013 Baltimore Ave., 8pm, $5 - $10 donation, All Ages (Da Comrade! Photo by Steph Ricci) - Bill McThrill
 
Published: January 30, 2011 |

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