New Jersey’s Julian Lynch is one the most buzzed-about artists in the whole new wave of lo-fi/psychedelic/cassette-warped nostalgia-core. But even if the term “chillwave” makes you recoil in horror (as it very well should), there’s a lot to love about the pastoral melodies on Mare, warped and woolly folk-mush that’s way more Pink Floyd than Ariel Pink. With Family Portrait.
Wed., Aug. 18, 8 p.m., 2010
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