If you’ve got about a decade and a half of musical experience, you might be tempted to just stop innovating, crack open a cold one, and call it a career. That hasn’t been an issue for Kyle Field.
The solo artist performs under the project name Little Wings, and he’s been on the scene since 1998, when the very first Little Wings album was released. Flash forward to this May, when he released “Explains,” a kind of audio exhibit where music paints a picture for the listener. (No surprise there; Field is also a visual artist in his free time.) It’s hard to describe, so you really just have to listen:
With Little Wings at the Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center tonight will be Weyes Blood, the solo project of Natalie Mering (check out our interview here). Her music is nothing short of eerie – in the most beautiful way. Her voice is deep and resonant, recalling a lower-pitched Florence Welch. She mixes pianos, keys, synth, and distortion to great effect – check out her video for “Some Winters,” off of her October 2014 LP, “Innocents”:
If you’re up for something a little musically different this Monday, you could do far worse than checking these two out at the HMAC. Tickets are $10. The music starts at 7 p.m.
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