Sat Feb 20 2016

8:00 PM Doors

Rickshaw Theatre

254 East Hastings Street Vancouver, BC V6A 1P2

$18.00

Ages 19+

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Timbre Concerts proudly presents Parquet Courts.

For more info on Timbre Concerts and their upcoming concerts visit www.timbreconcerts.com.

Please note: This event is 19 and over. Any Ticketholder unable to present valid photo identification indicating that they are at least 19 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund. 

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Parquet Courts With Guests

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    Content Nausea, Parkay Quarts’ second release of 2014, is the inevitable repercussion to Sunbathing Animal’s pure emotion. With one member completing a degree in mathematics, and another starting a family,Content Nausea features mostly the work of Savage and Brown, with the help of a few friends (Jackie-O Motherfucker’s Jef Brown on Saxaphone and Eaters’ Bob Jones on fiddle). This likely explains the homophonic name shift, which was previously used last years’ “Tally All the Things That You Broke”. Featuring some of the bands most accessible and dissonant recordings, Content Nausea was recorded, mixed and mastered in two weeks on a 4-track tape machine. The band wanted something that listeners could “live with over the winter”. At 35 minutes, the record lies somewhere between an EP and an LP, but who’s counting? On Content Nausea, we find the band confidently exploring sounds that were previously only hinted at; Townes Van Zandt, Warren Zevon and Dylan are evident points of departure on “Uncast Shadow of a Southern Myth”, a lonesome tale about “two men tragically colliding in the deep south”, explains Savage. The 13th Floor Elevators get a hat tip via NYC reinterpretation of “Slide Machine”, and there’s even an unexpected, gender-bending cover of Nancy Sinatra’s “These Boots Are Made for Walking”. “A personal karaoke standard”, explains Savage. Mostly,Content Nausea reflects the rapid change in the band’s hometown of New York City, while at the same time emphasizing the changes in the band itself. The record’s sleeve is a bleak vision of Freedom-Tower-era NYC flooded by (what else?) content. A city that is becoming increasingly unrecognizable to its romantic history. Not unlike Parkay Quarts.

www.timbreconcerts.com

Parquet Courts With Guests

Sat Feb 20 2016 8:00 PM Doors

Rickshaw Theatre Vancouver BC
Parquet Courts With Guests
  • Sorry, you missed this event.
  • Check out other similar events on TicketWeb.

$18.00 Ages 19+

Timbre Concerts proudly presents Parquet Courts.

For more info on Timbre Concerts and their upcoming concerts visit www.timbreconcerts.com.

Please note: This event is 19 and over. Any Ticketholder unable to present valid photo identification indicating that they are at least 19 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund. 

Parquet Courts

Parquet Courts

Alternative Rock

Content Nausea, Parkay Quarts’ second release of 2014, is the inevitable repercussion to Sunbathing Animal’s pure emotion. With one member completing a degree in mathematics, and another starting a family,Content Nausea features mostly the work of Savage and Brown, with the help of a few friends (Jackie-O Motherfucker’s Jef Brown on Saxaphone and Eaters’ Bob Jones on fiddle). This likely explains the homophonic name shift, which was previously used last years’ “Tally All the Things That You Broke”. Featuring some of the bands most accessible and dissonant recordings, Content Nausea was recorded, mixed and mastered in two weeks on a 4-track tape machine. The band wanted something that listeners could “live with over the winter”. At 35 minutes, the record lies somewhere between an EP and an LP, but who’s counting? On Content Nausea, we find the band confidently exploring sounds that were previously only hinted at; Townes Van Zandt, Warren Zevon and Dylan are evident points of departure on “Uncast Shadow of a Southern Myth”, a lonesome tale about “two men tragically colliding in the deep south”, explains Savage. The 13th Floor Elevators get a hat tip via NYC reinterpretation of “Slide Machine”, and there’s even an unexpected, gender-bending cover of Nancy Sinatra’s “These Boots Are Made for Walking”. “A personal karaoke standard”, explains Savage. Mostly,Content Nausea reflects the rapid change in the band’s hometown of New York City, while at the same time emphasizing the changes in the band itself. The record’s sleeve is a bleak vision of Freedom-Tower-era NYC flooded by (what else?) content. A city that is becoming increasingly unrecognizable to its romantic history. Not unlike Parkay Quarts.