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Tiger Saw Vinyl Release Show w/Kid Coyote
Sat, Mar 23 @ 9:00 pm
Doors at 8pm | Show at 9pm | 21+
Tiger Saw’s seventh album, “The Featherweight“, will be released on vinyl on March 15, 2019!
About Tiger Saw
For 20 years, Tiger Saw has garnered acclaim for its minimalist, slowcore sound, establishing themselves at the forefront of the DIY, community-based New England indie folk scene. Over time, they’ve created their own take on r&b music, a style they dubbed “Basement Soul.” Now, with the release of their seventh album, “The Featherweight,” the band’s new songs are a reverent celebratory homage to 1970s funk, dance, and soul music.
For one night only, Tiger Saw will perform songs from “The Featherweight” as a twelve-piece band featuring Guy Capecelatro III (guitar), Laura Fox (vocals), Chris Klaxton (trumpet), Eric Klaxton (saxophone), Dylan Metrano (vocal, guitar), Marc McElroy (keys), Juliet Nelson (vocals), Jim Rioux (drums), Whitney Roy (vocals), Erik Tans (bass), and Djim Reynolds (keys), with a special guest appearance from Stu Dias.
“The Featherweight” will be available at the show as a vinyl LP and as a chocolate bar/download combination made in collaboration with La Nef Chocolate.
About Kid Coyote
Kid Coyote is the musical brain-child of musicians Clara Berry and Joe O’Neill. The two met in college when O’Neill asked Berry to sing on an arrangement of Radiohead’s ‘Nude’ for a percussion group. O’Neill then joined Berry’s existing band, Clara Berry and Wooldog. As time went on the musical dynamic between them grew into an undeniable personal dynamic, and eventually they moved in together.
The name Kid Coyote represents the collaborative nature of their music-making and a departure from Berry’s singer-songwriter style. Berry’s silky vocals, indie-inspired melodies and electronic riffs root themselves in O’Neill’s acoustic grooves bringing their sound somewhere between alt-pop and electro-pop. Lyrically the subject matter runs the gamut but, says Berry, “the words need to fit the music”.
When they aren’t playing venues throughout New England they can be found busking on the streets of Boston and making unique covers of their favorite songs on youtube. And when they aren’t doing anything musical at all they can be found in the woods.