May music SPACE

The Garment District & Butterbirds

5/29/2015 - 5/29/2015

Friday May 29th th 8:00 pm Doors, 8:30 pm Music $5 All Ages

musicSPACE, a local sound series presented by Space, a project of The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.  Organized by Amy Staggs (Wood Street Galleries and SPACE, Curatorial Assistant) and Andy Mulkerin (Pittsburgh City Paper, Music Editor).

This Month:
The Garment District (http://thegarmentdistrict.bandcamp.com/) and Butterbirds (http://butterbirds.bandcamp.com/)

Doors 8pm Music at 8:30pm, unless otherwise noted
$5 cover
All ages

Artist info:

Pittsburgh-based The Garment District is multi-instrumentalist Jennifer Baron, a founding member of Brooklyn’s The Ladybug Transistor (Merge Records), with contributions from family and friends. Her debut tape, Melody Elder, was released on Night-People Records in 2011. In summer 2014, The Garment District’s debut full-length LP, IF YOU TAKE YOUR MAGIC SLOW, was released on Night-People. The band’s 2012 7” (La Station Radar) features a remix by legendary English musician/producer Sonic Boom (Spacemen 3, Spectrum, E.A.R.). The Garment District has performed at the VIA Music & New Media Festival, been filmed for The Andy Warhol Museum’s

Silver Studio Sessions, and participated in acclaimed artist Doug Aitken’s Station-to-Station project. In 2015, The Garment District releases a new album via the Texas-based experimental label, Kendra Steiner Editions.

Butterbirds has been playing in different incarnations since 2009 when its four members met up with each other at the University of Pittsburgh. The Pittsburgh-based alt country group’s first album Sweet Little Honey-Nothin’ was released in 2013, and the band continues to record in Wilkinsburg, PA.