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Noah Gunderson/Elizabeth Gunderson 

When: Fri., Feb. 2, 8 p.m. 2018
Price: $15 ADV, $18 DOS
With his latest album, White Noise, singer-songwriter Noah Gundersen set out to expand his sound and experiment. Album opener, "After All (Everything All the Time)" features soft vocals and an elegant string arrangement courtesy of his sister Abby. He recorded the album at the Ballard Baitshop in Seattle, a place that used to be a sail warehouse in the ’40s. He spent about eight months there and then finished the album at other studios around Seattle. One of the album’s many highlights, “Number One Hit of the Summer (Fade Out)” benefits from soft-to-loud guitars and pounding drums. On it, Gundersen ominously sings, "Deer in the headlights, frozen in the street/Head above the water, still swimmin’ up stream." A music industry party he attended became the subject of the Radiohead-like “Cocaine, Sex & Alcohol (From a Basement in Los Angeles),” and "Fear & Loathing," another album highlight, has a classic folk vibe to it. Expect to hear these songs and more at tonight's show. (Jeff Niesel)


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