Full of moody synths and breathy wails, Celebration’s dreamy cabaret indie rock is best experienced live, when the trio seems to get lost in hypnotic jams and frontwoman Katrina Ford (a frequent TV on the Radio collaborator) writhes into the audience like the ghost of a Bob Fosse routine. Staying in that spirit, they began recording music on their terms last year, putting MP3s online for free with hopes of packaging them onto an LP by the end of 2010. Time will tell if that happens but, until then, life is a cabaret. With Andrew Cedermark, Woodsman, and Up Died Sound.
Sat., Oct. 9, 8:30 p.m., 2010
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on September 29, 2010