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Seismic Preview: Breathe Owl Breathe at The Tractor. October 21, 2010

October 21, 2010

There is pretty rad band rolling through town tonight, and they come from the upper-midwest … Michigan to be exact. Breathe Owl Breathe is a three-piece band made up of Micah Middaugh (vox), Trevor Hobbs (drums and vox) and Andrea Moreno-Beals (cello, vox) and they are currently on the last leg of their tour after criss-crossing the country to support their album “Magic Central” which is their debut release on the Home Tapes label out of Portland. Considered Folk by most, they are often compared to Casiotone For The Painfully Alone, with quite a bit more of the female vocals infused. The latest album is heralding critcal acclaim, and live they apparently knock it out of the park,so I am really stoked to see them. Traveling with Breathe Owl Breathe for a leg of this tour is Little Wings out of Florida, who will also be crooning the crowd with their country-folk sounds; but it gets even better. The incredible local talent known as Campfire Ok will be kicking off this show and the buzz about this band is growing, so you should try and get there a bit early.  They were just recently featured on Audio Oasis on KEXP, and they continue to mesmorize the crowds with fresh sounds of folk infused pop and americana (the kind that gets right under your skin…you know the kind). This band is top notch and continues to set the bar higher and higher every time. So take my word, your in for what is going to be a ass-kicking night of music at The Tractor Tavern, you simply can’t lose.

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