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A Sunny Day in Glasgow will get rid of those gray skies on Monday night at the Bell House

A Sunny Day in Glasgow will get rid of those gray skies on Monday night at the Bell House

The Bell House
149 Seventh St. between Second & Third Aves., Brooklyn
Monday, March 29, $10-$12, 7:30

After an exhausting SXSW that included nine appearances over four days, Philly’s a Sunny Day in Glasgow will float into Brooklyn on March 29 on the ethereal sounds of their last two releases, the twenty-two-track ASHES GRAMMAR (Carrot Top, September 2009) and the vinyl/digital-only EP NITETIME RAINBOWS (Mis Ojos Discos, March 2010). From the successful rush of “Failure” to the subtle grooves of “Shy,” from the soft mood of “Loudly” to the heavenly lilt of “Ashes Grammar,” and from the grandiosity of “Daytime Rainbows” to the rhythmic electronica of “Piano Lessons,” ASDIG creates engaging music that lifts you up and takes you away on a rainbow of sounds; don’t get thrown off by such titles as “Slaughter Killing Carnage,” “Curse Words,” and “Evil, with Evil, Against Evil.” Led by founder Ben Daniels and drummer Josh Meakim, ASDIG’s ever-changing lineup, which often includes Daniels’s twin sisters, Robin and Lauren, currently features Annie Fredrickson, Jen Goma, Ryan Newmyer, and Adam Herndon. ASDIG will be playing their dreamy pop at the Bell House on March 29 with international outfit Mahogany and local shoegazers Pacific Theater. Meanwhile, DJs Russ, Mister Disco, Dana “Shaking Like Trombles-o” Trombley, and Moodgadget’s Jakub will be spinning similar sounds in the lounge as part of the Rage Against the Dying of the Light series, beginning at 6:00; admission is free.

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