Told Slant with Sister. and Greef
doors at 7:30pm
$15 day of show
$2 off for SPACE members
Last seen on the SPACE stage behind the drum kit with Florist, Brooklyn-raised Felix Walworth returns with their solo project, playing one of their first shows since 2020’s critically acclaimed Point the Flashlight and Walk.
Told Slant is the music of Brooklyn-raised songwriter and drummer Felix Walworth. They’ve released three full length LPs over the last decade, all of which examine questions of connectedness, love, devotion, and self-knowledge. Often, their writing comes in the form of partly obscured windows into the deeply personal: moments of rupture or expressions of true love witnessed through a gap in the curtain.
Sister. consists of Hannah (they/she), Ceci (she/her), and James (he/him). Sister. happened by accident—during their senior year of college, Ceci wrote a song for a course assignment and asked roommate Hannah to sing it. The band released their debut EP “Soft Spot” in August of 2020, and their sophomore EP “Something / Nothing” in September 2021. Now, Sister. is gearing up to release their debut LP, Abundance. The nine songs, largely about friendship, span three years worth of collaborative songwriting, with the heart of the record originating in “Abundance”, a song Hannah and Ceci wrote together based on the Ralph Waldo Emerson essay “Gifts”. Sister. regularly performs at venues across the east coast, including a residency at C’mon Everybody in Brooklyn.
Greef is the crooning wail, the distorted, busted guitar, and warbling cassette tape player of Patch. Their distinctive musical voice has occupied a central role in such genre-defying Maine bands as Ada, Diva Cup, Strainer, Trapper, Pamola, and many more.