"…. not so much a familiar sound… but an original one that helps your memory stir and bring you back to the years before… That calm serene vocal echo … Atmospheric structures like buildings encapsulating imagination from the past… Or distant singing of a familiar melody that you can’t put your finger on, but it’s the window of time that it brings you to that’s most important. Listen. Witness… " – Tiny Mix Tapes
".... expertly played with a small ensemble combining the emotional heft and instrumental lyricism of Nico Muhly's vanguard-leading neo-classical and the knotty avant-pop of Nat Baldwin or Liam Singer, Horvitz turns tragedy into an engrossing treatise on loss that feels universal and acutely personal..." – TOME TO THE WEATHER MACHINE (Named 6th best recording of 2015)
Ryan Beckley - guitar
Carmen Rothwell - bass
Jason Burger - drums
Scree plays instrumental musings on crags, cliffs, and life after the fall of the American empire.
“I’m sure we’ve all had those live music experiences, where the music is so beyond the physical sounds that it impacts us in a much deeper way… I can assure you that these three talents combined as Scree delivered nothing but the real deal.” -Andrew D’Angelo
21+, 8pm doors