by Tim McMahan, Lazy-i.com
If I could, I’d go to the Natalie Prass show at Vega in Lincoln tonight. Prass’ self titled debut (on Spacebomb) is rich, acoustic-driven singer/songwriter stuff, like Jenny Lewis singing Joni Mitchell playing jazzy pop music. Really gorgeous stuff and terrific live (as witnessed at this year’s SXSW). Those of you going are in for a treat. The show is only $10 and you also get Son, Ambulance and Chicago band In Tall Buildings. 9 p.m. start time. I’d go but the drive back from Lincoln means home after 1 a.m. which doesn’t sit well with a 5 a.m. wake-up call.
Here’s a new one by Prass not on the debut:
Also tonight, The Love Technicians, who I’ve never heard before, play their farewell show at Reverb tonight. Opening is John Klemmensen and the Party and Lincoln’s Life Is Cool. $7, 9 p.m.
Got my Sufjan tickets, btw…
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