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26Nov
AdHoc presents: Andy Shauf
8:00 PM - 11:59 PM National Sawdust
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Date: November 26, 2018 to November 26, 2018
Where: National Sawdust, 80 North 6th Street, New York, New York, United States
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Event Type: Concerts & Music
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Doors at 7PMAdvance $20  |  At the Door $25 Canadian songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Andy Shauf makes his album debut on the Arts & Crafts label with "The Party". Fuzzed-out guitars, string sections, clarinets, and dreamy synths are all draped over delicate piano, acoustic guitars and rainy-day drums in this landmark record, which celebrates its release on one unmissable night. _______ Andy Shauf is inviting you to The Party. The Party is the Arts & Crafts full-length debut for this Canadian songwriter, who grew up in small-town Saskatchewan. Awkward characters show up "Early to the Party," and either reveal life-changing secrets ("To You") or try their hardest to reveal nothing at all ("The Magician"). In "a city the size of a dinner plate," everyone knew the guy who keeled over dead after smoking what he promised would be his last pack of cigarettes ("Alexander All Alone"). The girl dancing by herself, unselfconsciously, in the middle of the room, with the "Eyes of Them All" upon her. One moment you're dancing with someone who bears an uncanny resemblance to your ex ("Martha Sways"), and later you start slagging your best friend as way of endearing yourself to his recently dumped ex ("Quite Like You"). Did that all really happen in the same night? It certainly happens in the space of this tightly narrated thirty-eight minutes, all set to ornate arrangements of fuzzed-out guitars, string sections, clarinets and dreamy synths, all draped over delicate piano, acoustic guitars and rainy-day drums. On his previous LP The Bearer of Bad News, Shauf started out with 100 songs and whittled it down to 11, the cream of the crop-no wonder it turned heads. This time, older, wiser, and with a clearer vision and narrative construct in mind, the self-produced multi-instrumentalist and master of subtlety focused on 15 and cut it to 10. Recording began with a band in Germany in early 2014, but Shauf-who is endlessly rewriting lyrics and rearranging songs, building them up and
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