Weekend Warrior, August 13 – 15: mewithoutYou & Buried Beds

Published on The Deli Philadelphia – Friday, August 13, 2010

So we’re not gonna lie: local indie-rock success story, mewithoutYou, is one hell of a band. Their heaving spirituality-meets-experimental blitz imprint is absorbing. But the Tooth & Nail-signed outfit is not the only act on the bill that has The Deli Staff is trippin’ for tonight at the TLA. Philly’s lesser-known funhouse Buried Beds, who, along with Indiana’s post-rock four-piece Murder by Death, are certainly reasons to make it there early. When we said that Buried Beds’ high-spirited ‘60s AM radio pop signals a “beacon of hopefulness” in a city “dusted with tension and grit,” we really meant it (listen to their latest and The Deli’s July CD of the Month Tremble the Sails – we know you’ll agree). They’re absolutely excellent and if you skip out, then we’ll just hate you. Seriously. ;o) Theater of the Living Arts, 334 South St., 9pm, $16, All Ages (Photo by Josh Bender)


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