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Jeff Rosenstock w Sidney Gish, Gladie in Asbury Hall, Buffalo, NY

April 2 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

DSP Shows presents Jeff Rosenstock live in Asbury Hall w/ Sidney Gish & Gladie

7pm Doors, 8pm Show

Tickets: On sale Friday November 10, 2023. General Admission Standing tickets, $25 advance / $25 day of show, can be purchased on TixR.com or in person at the Babeville Box Office (M-F 11a-5p) (in person: fee free cash sales, 3% credit card fee) – mobile tickets only delivered 72 hours before the show.

Jeff Rosenstock

Tenuously beloved punk and EMMY-nominated Craig of the Creek songwriter Jeff Rosenstock is back today with “LIKED U BETTER,” his first new single since 2020’s critically acclaimed NO DREAM (unless you count 2021’s SKA DREAM, his ska re-interpretation of the album, or quarantine collection 2020 DUMP, both of which absolutely ruled).

“LIKED U BETTER” was recorded in the summer of 2022, in Los Angeles during a break in the band’s rigorous touring schedule and Rosenstock’s daily gig as a composer for Craig of the Creek. The band tracked at EastWest Studios (The Bodyguard Soundtrack, Californication) with longtime collaborator and Grammy nominee Jack Shirley (Shit Coffins, Jeff Rosenstock).

Sidney Gish

Sidney Gish is a singer-songwriter currently based in New York. She produced her first two albums, Ed Buys Houses (2016) and No Dogs Allowed (2017) while attending college in Boston. Following the moderate success of No Dogs Allowed, she toured the album throughout the US and Europe as a solo live looping act. In 2022, she toured as a support act for TV Girl, Beach Bunny, and Cavetown. She has been working on new music, and will be sharing more of it soon.

Gladie

Don’t Know What You’re In Until You’re Out, the second full-length record from Philadelphia band Gladie, opens with a contemplative instrumental called “Purple Year.” Along with acoustic strumming and a late-night wall of cricket-chirps, cello and gentle horn runs set a dewy, moonlit stage before second track and single “Born Yesterday” bursts alive with drums, bass, and bright guitar chord crunch. It’s like a cold, heart-jolting morning plunge as Augusta Koch’s familiar Philly tenor starts in: “It takes me more time, I’m a little unsteady/I was born yesterday, I forgot I could be somebody.”Koch realized while writing these songs that she had become an entirely different person: a mental, spiritual, and physical renaissance had unfolded over several years that, together, constituted an entirely new reality. Everything had changed, from relationships with friends to relationships with alcohol. Being on the other side of these tectonic shifts offered the sort of clarity that you can only get by going through the darkness: You Don’t Know What You’re In Until You’re Out. It’s optimistic, but it’s scary, too—life changes always are. Who will you be at the end of them?

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Details

Date:
April 2
Time:
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Website:
https://www.facebook.com/events/7314061495279408/

Organizer

Babeville
Email
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Venue

Asbury Hall
341 Delaware ave
Buffalo, NY 14202 US
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