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TEEN, Landlady, and Sunset Hearts
SPACE Gallery
Portland, ME
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TEEN, Landlady, and Sunset Hearts
TEENs second album, 2014s The Way and Color, was a stunning creative breakthrough. Singer and multi-instrumentalist Teeny Liebersons voice is starkly highlighted, but the whole record is a conversation between her; Katherine Liebersons crafty, minimalist drumming; Boshra AlSaadis lithe, sinuous bass lines; and Lizzie Liebersons irresistible synth hooks. Now the group is back with its strongest release to date: the third full-length of their discography, Love Yes.
Born out of a creative process that included a dismal winter workshopping in Woodstock, a writing renaissance for lead-singer Teeny Lieberson in Kentucky, and a triumphant return to home in Nova Scotia to record, Love Yes is a lush, bold new creation that builds upon the groups previous efforts and takes off.
On the album cover, the quartet is bejeweled in crystals and bathed in Venusian red. This red is the color of vitality and pulsing lifeunmistakable traits of Love Yes. It is the iconic red of Dorothys slippers and Eves applepotent with societys tales and notions of innocence lost. In Love Yes, something else more mysterious and tender is gained.
TEEN was founded in 2010 by lead-singer and multi-instrumentalist Teeny Lieberson (Here We Go Magic). She self-recorded and self-released the beguiling lo-fi Little Doods LP the following year, then formed a band that included sisters Katherine and Lizzie, and signed to Carpark for 2012s In Limbo. Produced by Sonic Boom (Spectrum, Spacemen 3), In Limbo encompasses everything in between sprawling, ethereal ballads and trancey but kinetic pop. Rolling Stone listed its opening track Better as one of the 50 Best Songs of 2012. The Carolina EP followed in 2013 and was even more varied and accomplished; the band was growing by breathtaking leaps and bounds. TEENs second full-length, The Way and Color, mixes the bands melodic psych with the sound of post-millennial R&B. The LP has its share of darknessfear, regret, and loss are all in the picturebut its always redeemed by the sheer soulfulness and powerful ingenuity of the music. The album is a reflection on the aggressive times we live in, one that often lacks selflessness. TEENs response is one that uplifts and brings a sense of happiness and joy. Love Yes continues this communication, this time exploring the disharmony and empowerment that both sexuality and spirituality can create within the modern womans psyche. Universal ideas of loyalty, pleasure, purity, power, aging, and love are confronted with a knowable specificity. There is a quality of wholesomeness, but also an edgea kind of wise anger and electricity.


This is the part of the song when we come together, Adam Schatzs voice rings out. Theres no before. Theres no after. Theres only this. Schatz leads Landlady, the Brooklyn five-piece whose 2014 Hometapes debut, Upright Behavior, boldly disrupts the notion of genre and reveals the soulful and continually-resonating work of Schatz and core band members Ian Chang, Ian McLellan Davis, Booker Stardrum, and Will Graefe, as well as a cast of NYC-based contributors gathered from Schatzs tandem walks of life as a solo musician, improviser, organizer, collaborator, promoter, and writer. Compared to rock and roll juggernauts like The Band and Talking Heads, Landlady merge vast skill, a bend toward experimentation, and a proven belief that songs can be a true extension of the human experience. The result is timeless and charted by their recorded works and transformative live shows  both critically-acclaimed and ever-evolving. Landlady released a new EP, Heat, this summer, in tandem with nationwide tours with Son Lux and Bukhttps://www.brownpapertickets.com/createevent.html?copy=2533595#e and Gase.

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SPACE Gallery (View)
538 Congress St.
Portland, ME 04101
United States

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