Animal Flag / Adam Kronowski / Jackson Wargo

Friday / February 22, 2013 / 8:00 p.m.
Red Room at Cafe 939
939 Boylston Street
Animal Flag

Animal Flag is the solo-project of 20-year-old singer-songwriter and producer Matthew Politoski. His music blends elements of folk, electronic, experimental, and indie rock. Politoski has self-released numerous albums and EPs under the name of Animal Flag since 2007, including Flood of Sunlight and Everything Will Be Okay. Hailing from Westtown, New York, Politoski is currently studying at Berklee.

Adam Kronowski is a 20-year-old musician originally from Augusta, Georgia. With passions ranging from drums to piano, writing to producing, and recording to performing, Kronowski has a musical voice that brings together a multitude of genres and influences and combines them into a powerful musical experience. He fronts his band by singing and playing piano, and he also drums for many artists around the Boston area, including Animal Flag. His first album is currently in production.

Jackson Wargo is the creative engine of the 10-piece folk/rock ensemble commonly referred to as Jackson and the Wargonauts. The music focuses on intricate lyrics entwined with soaring melodies that are complimented by a four-piece horn section and five-piece rhythm section that follows the passion of the song to the ends of the dynamic spectrum. Wargo’s songs range stylistically from Elliott Smith’s subdued and intimate musicality to the most energetic, pulsating musical movement of Mumford and Sons. Performances by Jackson and the Wargonauts are always emotional experiences, as it is clear that each member of the band is genuinely moved by the music and the lyrical content, allowing them to relate and blend not only on a musical level, but on an emotional level, as well.


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$10, general admission