On her last tour, Val Glenn aka Time and Temperature stopped by Daytrotter to play a few songs, and you can now hear the results of that session. Most of the tracks are from the full-length she’s currently finishing before exiting Columbus for chillier northern climes in March. While original plans were for a double-album follow up to Cream of the Low Tide, Glenn says she’s condensed it down to a single.
So head over to Daytrotter for an album preview and sink into these silky tunes. And don’t forget to come out early on Sunday, Feb. 17 to see Time and Temperature and Connections open up for Sinkane at Double Happiness for a show we’re throwing with Benco as part of Donewaiting’s 10-year/Farewell weekend.
T&T Daytrotter set list:
Daytrotter recently released a session from Athens, Ohio orchestral folk-pop band The Ridges. Check it out. RIYL Lost in the Trees.
Illustration by Johnnie Cluney
She sings, “Being good is killing me inside,” and it makes sense that she can’t stand that inner death happening so she changes it. She shuffles the deck and makes sure that she’s not going to get beat down much more than she can take, or much more than she can handle. For being so young, Loveless has already honed a sassiness, a sexiness and the sharpest of personalities as a woman and as a songwriter. She’s salty and she’s willing to get into the details, never pulling punches, but singing it the way that it needs to be sung. Her sorry stories about the bullshit that happens to her over and over need to come out with the piss in them, with the he momentary lapses in decorum or ladylike behavior.
You can download Lydia Loveless’ 5-song Daytrotter session here.
On August 31, one of our favorite music websites, Daytrotter, is bringing their Barnstormer tour to the Conrad Botzum Farmstead Barn. Bands performing include White Rabbits, Doug Paisley, Wildlife, Princeton, and Hacienda. You can buy tickets over here.
We also have two pairs of tickets to give out to Donewaiting readers. To enter, send a blank e-mail titled “Daytrotter” to email@example.com. Winners will be chosen on August 25.
We all have our favorite venues to see shows, whether they are inside or outdoors. With this tour, you get a really unique setting which takes the experience to the next level. As you know, I moved back home and live in Brooklyn now, and I gotta admit I am pretty jealous that I won’t be able to attend this show.
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