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Pillars and Tongues to folk up your night

Pillars and Tongues—part symphony orchestra, part gospel choir? Sure sounds like it. In truth though, the band modestly boasts only a violin, some double bass and percussion wielded by Elizabeth Remis, Evan Hydzik and Mark Trecka respectively. A majority of the tracks off their latest EP, “Lay of Pilgrim Park,” are sparse in lyrics, and…

Poet brings passion and art to Bob’s

Then the artist did a piece on her father for us and I was totally captivated by the emotion that she had on stage and I sat there thinking oh my god, I want to be that. I want to do that. I want to feel the way she feels because I feel that way all the time but I just don’t know how to do it without seeming like a freak and spoken word was kind of like an escape for me.

Male Bonding rocks, Best Coast cruises

Fast and distorted with thumping drums and chorus centric muffled vocals is how London’s Male Bonding play. The trio, made up of Kevin Hendrick (bass, vocals), Robin Silas Christian (drums) and John Arthur Webb (guitar, vocals), released their debut album, “Nothing Hurts,” in May of this year. With 13 tracks spread out over only 29…