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Nashville, Tenn., native Bea Troxel’s “The Way That It Feels” is a tender little universe of an album; delicate without being saccharine, lovely without losing its element of surprise. “Talc,” for one, is enough to permanently restore faith in the power of an arresting, dead simple bridge. Just when the song’s sweeping guitar arpeggios and pillowy harmonies have your ear under their spell, Troxel takes a hard left, blurting out the question the song’s narrator has been meticulously avoiding: “Love, do you have use for me?" (Stephanie Smittle)"She will be performing songs from this album as well as new songs written in the last year.
Experimental all-around tastemaker Jessica Risker takes it solo on her next move. The driving force behind electro-psych band DEADBEAT, JESSICA tones it down with her blend of lo-fi folk on her most recent release "I See You Among The Stars" via Western Vinyl.
2319 W Belmont
Chicago, IL, 60618