HUMANWINE / Mighty Tiny / Laura Jorgensen
HUMANWINE reminds us that we are all a stone's throw away from shedding our self-imposed chains. Their latest full-length album, Mass Exodus, is a tall glass of inspired allegorical song stories stripping away a few more veils that have been covering their elusive Vinland, a land filled with riddles and keys in the form of a cliffhanger poised for a sequel that we won't have to wait two more years for.
Mighty Tiny: Imagine, if you will, an evening of performance that journeys into the depths of musical madness. A journey guided by six masked lunatics playing tunes dating back to the golden days of Tin Pan Alley, those days where songwriting meant more than a weepy man with a guitar at your local coffeehouse. When you see Mighty Tiny, you're part of an entire experience, and not simply a concert. Join the masquerade and find out for yourself, won't you?
Laura Jorgensen and her accordion hail from Seattle, bringing a wide variety of literary and musical influences together to create a unique form of folk singer/storyteller chaos. Beware the apocalypse!