Go get a shot of tequila and some tacos at La Carta or meatloaf and a slice of pie and ice cream at Hattie's then

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Tonight!

Ballard calls. But when doesn't it, really.

Go get a shot of tequila and some tacos at La Carta or meatloaf and a slice of pie and ice cream at Hattie's then head on over to the Sunset for this man's show: phos.jpg

Phosphorescent 

At least, that's what I'll be doing. What's anyone else got on tap? Please include the dinner plans as well.  

Phosphorescent

Monday, October 22

By Travis Ritter

November 30, 1999

Phosphorescent is Matthew Houck, a New York-based musician whose emotional and spiritual ties to his Southern upbringing resonate through his gently restrained folk music. On Pride, his first release for Secretly Canadian sister label Dead Oceans, Houck has taken a more careful, reserved and constructive approach to the songs than past recordings, capturing the graceful, dreamy, and haunting ambience of his faintly warm spirituality and emotional redemption throughout. Piano, guitars, backing harmonies, back-porch rattles and howls, and lightly tapped tambourines, take Houck and Phosphorescent’s music to places where all the uncertain souls of the world can go to find a piece of themselves. Beautiful, indeed.

 

 
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