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Death Vessel — Burnside Music Series

(9.13) High entertainment quotient at this week’s installment of the Burnside Music & Beer Garden Series: Music with Joel Thibodeau (Death Vessel) . . . Buck-a-Shuck Oysters . . . Night Lights! (Facebook event.) Musician Emily Dix Thomas kicks things off. Emily Dix Thomas describes her music as being, “a wave, of course. A wave […]

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Burnside Music Series — Death Vessel

(7.26) [Canceled due to weather.] Head downtown today for dreamy, experimental folk rock group Death Vessel, followed by Night Lights with Rachel Blumberg. Death Vessel is an American neo-traditional folk band headed by Joel Thibodeau. The multi-talented Rachel Blumberg works across many disciplines: music, visual art, and film. (Facebook event page.) The Trinity Brewhouse Beer

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Death Vessel — Burnside Music Series

(8.7) This week the Burnside Music Series features Death Vessel — with Joel Thibodeau — fresh from their performance at the Newport Folk Festival. What a set of pipes on this guy — their album Island Intervals, recorded in Iceland with Sigur Ros, is brilliant. (The DV website has designated the remainder of the tour

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Death Vessel In-Store At What Cheer

(3.1) Head up to What Cheer Antiques and Vintage at 6pm for an in-store event. To celebrate the release of Death Vessel’s new album, ‘Island Intervals,’ What Cheer Antiques & Vintage is hosting a live In-Store performance by the band on Saturday, 1st March 2014 at 6pm! The band will also be on hand to

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‘Island Intervals’ Death Vessel Collaborates With Jónsi

[youtube]vHz2eGHC_yM#t=0[/youtube] Along with today’s release of the new Death Vessel album Island Intervals (Sub Pop) comes this official video for the song ‘Mercury Dime’ directed by Peter Glantz and shot in glorious color at the Columbus Theatre. Apparently Joel Thibodeau’s extraordinary vocals had been noticed by kindred über-soprano Jónsi who suggested they work together. From

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Downtown Beer Garden Music Continues

Deb Dormody, program manager of Greater Kennedy Plaza, sends a reminder of the remaining Beer Garden events. The Beer Garden runs Thursdays from 4:30pm to 7pm with performances from 5pm to 6:30pm. Relax with this after-work music series. Check out bands and DJs from all over New England before you head to dinner and outdoor

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Local Vocals: Is It Something In The Water?

If you are seeing Death Vessel for the first time this weekend get ready to recalibrate your ears. The first experience of Joel Thibodeau’s voice is completely disorienting. Last week at the Avon show, Ben Knox Miller of the Low Anthem joked that he and Joel (pronounced jo-ELLE) were in a competition for highest male

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Low Anthem On Thayer Street — Tickets Still Available

Don’t forget the special event (they are calling it Strats-on-Avon) Thursday night at the Avon Cinema. The Low Anthem will headline with Death Vessel and Brown Bird in support. (I could have sworn Annie had posted about this but I must have been hallucinating again.) I love the idea of the Avon hosting live music

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Death Vessel, Callers at AS220 Tonight

Joel Thibodeau was a Providence person but now he’s out in the Pacific Northwest somewhere, making cool music though. His thing, Death Vessel, with its twisting and turning eclectic prog-folk, features various assorted guest musicians of the local and non-local variety. DV have put out stuff on Sub Pop and Kill Rock Stars, so you

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