De samedi 14 Avril 2012 à 18:00
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
3200 Darnell St, Fort Worth, TX, 76107, United States
Tel : (817) 738-9215
Web : http://themodern.org/
$15 / Free for Modern members
Tickets will be sold at the door.
For advance tickets, call 817.738.9215 or visit the Modern's admission desk.
FORT WORTH, TX - The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worthis proud to announce the eighth Modern 'til Midnight on Saturday, April 14. An eclectic array of live music will be featured during the Modern's extended, late-night hours. In addition, guests will have the opportunity to enjoy unique gallery activities, films, and exceptional cuisine from Café Modern.
LIVE MUSIC FROM NATIONAL AND LOCAL ARTISTS:
The following lineup of musicians will perform outside against the Modern's reflecting pond:
SCHOOL OF SEVEN BELLS - http://www.sviib.com/
Guitarist Benjamin Curtis and Alejandra Deheza bring a distinct and mysterious combination of futuristic beats and harmonious melodies known as psychedelic or indie pop. In concert, Curtis can often be seen manipulating various electronic devices in between guitar segments following Deheza's angelic voice.
AIR REVIEW - http://www.airreview.net/
The Dallas rock quintet's dynamic shows have allowed them the opportunity to share stages with the likes of Portugal the Man, Bowling for Soup, Blue October, The Boxer Rebellion,and One Eskimo.
CALHOUN - http://calhounband.com/
"The phrase 'pure pop perfection' is likely an overused crutch in the lexicon of music criticism. Also, it's likely typically used for fare that usually finds itself residing on the Top 40 end of the dial. With all of that out of the way, allow us to proclaim that Calhoun's newest album, Heavy Sugar, is indeed pure pop-rock perfection." -Kelly Dearmore, Best of Texas
THE ANGELUS - http://theangelusband.blogspot.com/
Led by the enigmatic vocal powerhouse Emil Rapstine, whose brooding tones and mesmerizing stage presence bring to mind any number of iconic front men from Morrissey to Nick Cave, and backed by four young men who quietly summon up epic sounds that build like storm systems and burst into bone rattling sonic downpours, The Angelus often leave even the hardest hearted hipsters teary eyed and shaken.
SKELETON COAST - http://www.skeletoncoast.viinyl.com/
The Fort Worth pop rock quartet Skeleton Coast brings listeners a 1960s rock sound with a healthy dose of modern electronics. Influences include the Beach Boys, Modest Mouse, Pink Floyd, and Roy Orbison.