Avant-pop band The Tilt releases new album this weekend at St. Pete Brewing

Liquid Pennies, Dream Things, and Ooids warm up the crowd.

click to enlarge The Tilt - Photo via thetiltorchestra/Instagram
Photo via thetiltorchestra/Instagram
The Tilt
There probably isn’t a band or artist out there that didn’t inspire Sarasota band The Tilt, which is playing an album release show in St. Petersburg on Friday, Aug. 5 at St. Pete Brewing Co.

“If you asked any member of The Tilt what their musical inspirations were for Up the Gospel, you would get 4 different, and long, lists,” multi-instrumentalist Zeta Io told Creative Loafing Tampa Bay in an email.
The self-described “avant pop band,” which first played under a different name in 2018, created its debut album, Up The Gospel during the pandemic. According to Io, the album was created on the foundation of giving listeners a feeling of hope during a time that included “the global rise of authoritarianism, the unending threat of nuclear annihilation, personal and spiritual isolation, and all the other various plagues of post-industrial society.”
Liquid Pennies, Dream Things, and Ooids warm up the crowd for this album release show.

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Josh Bradley

Josh Bradley is Creative Loafing Tampa's resident live music freak. He started freelancing with the paper in 2020 at the age of 18, and has since covered, announced, and previewed numerous live shows in Tampa Bay. Check the music section in print and online every week for the latest in local live music.
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