Last month, singer-songwriter Marissa Nadler released her sixth album of dreamy, spartan indie-folk, The Sister. As with her previous LPs, she underplays to the point that listeners must strain to hear anything but her voice, but that works to her advantage in a live setting, emphasizing her storytelling and incredible ability to make her voice the primary instrument. It’s worth getting your drinks early for this one. With Faces on Film.
Fri., June 15, 8 p.m., 2012
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