Real Estate

Real Estate

Wet Tuna

Thursday, September 13

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$38.00 G.A. - $45.00 Reserved

This event is 21 and over

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Green - Banex/Grey - Alley/Purple - Floor/Blue - Mid Level/Red - Upper Level

Real Estate
Real Estate
Known for its winsome songwriting and profound earnestness, indie-rock group Real Estate’s airily melodic songs float atop a latticework of jangly guitars that should appeal to fans of Weezer, Deerhunter, and the Feelies. The group’s most recent album, “In Mind,” delivers the familiar warmth and soft-focus narratives that characterize the band — pastoral guitars, elegantly deployed arrangements, a sort of mindful melancholy. Airtight pop songs vie with open-ended jams that might remind a listener of Wilco. Psych-rock duo Wet Tuna will warm up the crowd with its singular jams.
Wet Tuna
Utterly boo-licious debut slab by this new duo, made up of Matt “MV” Valentine and Pat “P.G. Six” Gubler, who have been in cahoots since the near-forgotten days of Memphis Luxure. The pair (mostly known for guitar-aktion) create a full band's worth of jams using percussion and keys and all-else. The results make for one of the more mind-melting platters to've hit the Valley in a good while.

Like many of the best sides this pair has been associated with, the music on Livin' the Die is an elegant balance of ramble and spear. The songs' formats are as loose as Earl Butz's shoes but each of them is lanced with guitar sounds as tight as his legendary fist. Around these spumes of electric menace you'll find rings of crazy space burble and vocals so deeply layered they sound like something happening in the back of Daevid Allen's brain. But large swathes of the album are rurally expansive, as befits the mountainside on which it was recorded.

Pods of guitar-pedal-whomp slowly surface in the middle of whirling sea of harmonica slurps, juice harp bwongs and vocals as dreamy as they are lost. Roll a bone or be one. The choice, as always, is yours.
Venue Information:
Club Helsinki
405 Columbia St
Hudson, NY, 12534