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Roger Sellers, Bright Like The Sun, Trip the Light

"Simultaneously meticulous and simple, emotive and honest, Roger Sellers combines folk and subtle electro to make a vivid masterpiece." -Matthew Latessa, Tri-State Indie "It's still a little unclear what the term "post-rock" is supposed to actually mean, but most music deemed part of the genre is melancholic, dramatic, and heavily instrumental. Texas-based band Bright Like the Sun makes music that fits the bill—it's dense and emotive and builds to huge crescendos. But they also pull influences from such disparate sources as the Beach Boys and 90s alternative band Failure to create something wholly unique." - VICE The show is open to all ages and tickets can be purchased at the door.

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