Circulatory System+Nesey Gallons+Pipes You See, Pipes You Don't
It's been eight years since the last album from the Circulatory System, Will Cullen Hart's good-natured collective of post-Olivia Tremor Control psychedelicists, and around three years since their last pass through New York. Though diagnosed with MS midway through the album's prolonged creation, Hart's new Signal Morning is as dense and wondrous as any album the home recording pioneer has been involved with lately. This edition of the Elephant 6 revue will also feature configurations fronted by Olivia keyboardist Pete Erchick (as the Wings-loving Pipes You See, Pipes You Don't), and new guitarist Nesey Gallons (who just released the playfully elegiac Eyes and Eyes and Eyes Ago).
Wed., Sept. 9, 9 p.m., 2009
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