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And the Kids w. The Villanelles FREE SHOW!- Take Magazine Launch Party

  • ArtsRiot 400 Pine Street Burlington, VT, 05401 United States (map)

Free (and a free drink, compliments of Take Magazine)

Take Magazine is a new cultural magazine covering the New England. And- they are throwing a free (FREE!) concert launch party with And the Kids with the Villanelles and Henry Jamison. Disco Phantom will bring the party home!

AND! They are buying a drink for every guest over 21 years old!

AND THE KIDS were recently called “the Western Mass. indie scene’s brightest creative lights” by Pitchfork, Northampton, Massachusetts’ And The Kids recently released their debut full-length album, Turn to Each Other (Signature Sounds). Turn to Each Other is more than an album title: it’s a statement of fact for the band, whose bond — as musicians, friends and creative foils — is as tight as they come. Together, they create “apocaplyptic pop”, a dizzying stop-start ride with lush, intricate soundscapes that frame Mohan’s lively lead vocals. NPR Music recently raved, “Guitarist Hannah Mohan’s striking vocals rival the vibrato and boldness of Siouxsie Sioux… [And The Kids] make music that’s both fearless and entertaining.”


VILLANELLES is an indie-rock band from Burlington, Vermont. They play an eclectic collection of songs, written over their 8 years together, inspired by life, love, chaos and melody. The band started as Tristan Baribeau (guitar/vocals), Evan Borden (bass), Zane Gundersen (keys/vocals) and Seth Gundersen(drums/vocals). In 2010, they released the self-titled debut album VILLANELLES , which was recorded in a basement and self-released on CD, and were also crowned "Best New VT Band" by local newspaper Seven Days. In 2011, their live-recorded KISS MY GRITS EP also became a favorite among Vermont indie-rock and punk fans.

TAKE MAGAZINE is a new magazine publishing in-depth stories of people in New England who are making culture happen in the fields of visual art, music, design, literature, dance, food, fashion, and theater. The companion online edition gives you the timely information you need to plan your cultural consumption throughout New England.

And Take will be giving out free magazines.