Chop Suey presents: Midday Veil / Swahili Thursday | May 14 8 pm |

Chop Suey presents: Midday Veil / Swahili Thursday | May 14 8 pm |

Chop Suey presents: Midday Veil / SwahiliThursday | May 148 pm | Chop SueySWAHILI: AMOVREVX LP RELEASETranslinguistic Other is proud to announce the release of AMOVREVX, the second album by essential Portland quintet Swahili.Following the underground acclaim of Swahili’s cathartic, seancing 2012 self titled debut, AMOVREVX— named for the sixth arcanum of the Tarot de Marseilles—chronicles a stunning expansion of the band’s palette to incorporate bright textures and infectious pop sensibilities.“exquisite, funk-inflicted pop music fused onto boundless, synthesized landscapes” – No Fear of PopNot feelin’ lucky? Get your tickets here.

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