Beatie Wolfe / Katrin / Danielle Miraglia

Saturday / October 5, 2013 / 8:00 pm
Cafe 939
939 Boylston Street
Boston
MA
02115
Beatie Wolfe

Pioneering young talent Beatie Wolfe mixes retro and futuristic sounds on her debut album, 8ight, by combining a vinyl launch with a 3D interactive album release. For the production on 8ight, Wolfe collaborated with leading tech wizards in the U.S., ensuring she’s the very first musician in the world to release her album as a 3D interactive album. This bold, innovative release unites great music with a new tangible art form and has won the young artist much critical acclaim and international coverage. 

"Beatie Wolfe is one of the most exciting voices in British music. Her powerful vocals, retro medleys and lyrics make her sound instantly recognizable. Until now, she’s been a well-kept secret. But that’s all about to change, for yesterday she launched her debut album 8ight – and very fine it is, too. Rich, smooth, velvety–yes, it sounds like a fine claret, but somehow that’s an apt comparison. It’s so full-bodied it’s practically 3D. If this is the future of music, we want in," The Gentleman's Journal writes. Watch a 2D music video for Wolfe's "Lied" here:

Ever the hard worker, Katrin is about to reach a new level. She built a solid reputation through three albums produced in the Boston area, but her new record was made in Woodstock and marks a quantum leap into the national spotlight for this singer-songwriter. Watch Katrin perform "Enough" in the music video below:

Danielle Miraglia comes armed with a strong, steady thumb on an old Gibson, an infectious stomp-box rhythm, and harmonica. Danielle's latest release, Box of Troubles, is a bare-bones expression of all of these components. It explores the highs and lows that life has to offer and has already received rave reviews. The Alternate Root magazine writes, “Danielle Miraglia’s guitar work keeps Delta traditions alive. Vocally, Danielle’s voice digs in, twisting within the delivery, seeming to break but more likely soaring before the fall.” Miraglia has also played the Sunset Jazz Club in Paris and won a songwriting award from the Mountain Stage NewSong Festival.

 
 
 
Admission: 
$8 in advance, $10 day of show, general admission