Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Rubblebucket Tomorrow Night!

The Beachland Tavern.  $8 advance / $10 at the door.  Door at 8:00pm.  I'll be there...

Rubblebucket says 'yes' to anything-goes sound | cleveland.com

File the music of Rubblebucket under 'yes wave' -- as opposed to the noisy 'no wave' movement of the 1970s. 'We've been hearing people talk about 'the yes wave,' ' saxophone-playing lead singer Kalmia Traver said during a recent phone interview.

'Look at the popularity of Phoenix or Animal Collective or St. Vincent. . . . So much amazing music is coming into prominence. It's melodious and harmonious, and it's OK to be positive and happy.'"

(Continued... Rubblebucket says 'yes' to anything-goes sound | cleveland.com)


Rubblebucket Kalmia Traver, right, and Alex Toth front the hard-to-peg, easy-to-love band Rubblebucket. 'The music we're playing is specifically designed to uplift people,' Traver said.

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