Live music for Wednesday August 10; Sorority Noise + Elvis Depressedly, New World's Acoustic BBQ

Post-pop emo/indie rock from some really good youngsters, seasoned old school acoustics from a local favorite.

✔CL Sorority Noise w/Elvis Depressedly/Teen Suicide/Nicole Dollanganger Composed of members from Old Gray and Prawn, Sorority Noise crafts a blend of lushly orchestrated alt pop and charming, post-emo emotive indie rock marked by an abundance of quiet, pretty, contemplative passages with softly crooned/sighed vocals and big, soaring instrumental ascents. The Connecticut quartet released debut full-length Joy, Departed last summer on Topshelf Records, and have already released a few new recordings since then, including fresh It Kindly Stopped For Me EP. Also of note on this bill: Elvis Depressedly, the lo-fi weird (Ween-evocative) project of N.C.-based collaborators Mat Cothran and Delaney Mills. Bathe yourself in Sorority Noise below. More info on tickets and door times is available at CL's event page. (Crowbar, Ybor City)

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