Finally, Tjutjuna will be giving its debut LP a proper celebratory release tonight, with a show at the Larimer Lounge. The self-titled, ten-song LP -- which became available for a a listening preview in September and was physically released in October -- is finally getting its own psychedelic party, with friends Married in Berdichev, Woodsman (who's own Trevor Peterson is putting out the vinyl and digital-option recording out on his Fire Talk label) and Peter Black starting the evening out.
What a better way to begin your weekend than with a heavy trip guided by Tjutjuna's spacey and grinding instrumentals? Add Married in Berdichev's beautiful vocal forest to the mix, and your head just might explode. (We mean that in a good way.) This show is 21 and up, tickets are $8. Doors open at 8 p.m., things get going around 9 p.m.
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