The Blow tour Northeast in May with new material

The Blow tour Northeast in May with new material

After taking a year-long hiatus from the whole “performance” gig, The Blow (a.k.a. Khaela Maricich) has announced that she will be performing in a select few cities in the Northeast during the month of May. With possible future plans of an LP and an EP in the works, Maricich will be stepping back into the realm of musical and conceptual performance with a newly introduced narrative stage performance to accompany her new tunes. If any of you naysayers need a little rousing in regard to the validity of this performance, Maricich has been developing the narrative aspect in the space of a workshop in collaboration with sound and installation artist Melissa Dyne. The shows will be accompanied by light and spacial aspects brought forth by Dyne.

What is bound to be unfortunate news to some, it appears that the new performance and output will not be in conjunction with Jona Bechtolt as both the last album (TMT Review) and EP were. Though, I promise that this will make you feel at least slightly better.

Expect new material sometime this year, and if you haven’t had a chance to see The Blow present the new material while opening for Vampire Weekend or performing at Harvard or The Baltimore Museum of Art, here are some more chances.

05.04.10 - Buffalo, NY - The Ninth Ward
05.06.10 - Portland, ME - Space
05.07.10 - Winooski, VT - The Monkey House
05.08.10 - Northampton, MA - Iron Horse Music Hall
05.10.10 - Hamden, CT - The Space
05.11.10 - Providence, RI - The Speakeasy (Local 121)
05.13.10 - Brooklyn, NY - Glasslands

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