Join us for Adobe's monthly music series!
This month we have some of the Bay Area's, nay, the world's best singer songwriters ("..how dare he!") in the intimate setting you've come to know and love at Adobe Books on a early Friday eve (note, 7:30pm, perfect for after work!) make these dark days a bit brighter in cosy company at Adobe Books!
Topping the evening off with EFFT, the singular dream-folk project of Sarah Palmer and Noah Phillips. Possessing an uncanny musical chemistry, these two empaths have
faithfully collaborated over the past decade or so. With its own rules - its own pace - its own way of filtering energy - EFFT is atmospheric, and reflective; their songs comprised of wistful wordplay and fastidious harmonic structure. In these, they remember lost heroes, tormented love affairs, fallen angels, ironic belief systems.
For Now, Zeina Nasr and Alex Vittum. They met at a graduate music program in Oakland, California; Zeina introduced Alex to Kate Bush, and Alex introduced Zeina to the Prophet 5 synthesizer. Since then they’ve been collaborating on music and have produced two albums together.
Starting off the eve with Norman Teale & Alee Karim and their newest collaboration, Death Process, picking up the pieces that Holly Cost left behind. Murder-Prog-Sci-Fi-scapes? Mayhaps!
topping off the night:
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