Audioasis on KEXP & Do206 Present: Aqueduct (release) w/ Bardot & The Echolarks

Sat Jul 18 2015

9:00 PM (Doors 8:00 PM)

Tractor

5213 Ballard Avenue NW Seattle, WA 98107

Ages 21+

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It’s been 8 long years since the man known as Aqueduct has released a full length record and it’s about damn time.  

Founded in Tulsa, OK as the solo recording project of pop-mastermind David Terry, Aqueduct rose to prominence after a relocation to the Pacific Northwest. An album deal with Seattle indie label Barsuk and a series of infectious bedroom-rock records followed. Aqueduct restlessly toured the US, sharing the stage with some of his favorite artists (The Flaming Lips, Modest Mouse), performing at festivals (Sasquatch, Lollapalooza), and appearing on Late Night with Conan O’Brien and The Carson Daly Show.

Then, suddenly, our hero seemingly rode off into the sunset.

Wild Knights is both the sonic diary of one man’s emotional journey and a return to form.  A monster of a new record, the anxiety that permeates is palpable. Wild Knights takes us through the darkness of self-doubt, obsession, and the struggle of self-actualization, our champion eventually pulling an emotional sword from a heart of stone, only to find it still beating after all. It might not be a storybook, ever-after ending, but chapter two is undoubtedly the best sounding Aqueduct record yet.

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Audioasis on KEXP & Do206 Present: Aqueduct (release) w/ Bardot & The Echolarks

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  • Aqueduct

    Aqueduct

    Pop

    It’s been 8 long years since the man known as Aqueduct has released a full length record and it’s about damn time.  

    Founded in Tulsa, OK as the solo recording project of pop-mastermind David Terry, Aqueduct rose to prominence after a relocation to the Pacific Northwest. An album deal with Seattle indie label Barsuk and a series of infectious bedroom-rock records followed. Aqueduct restlessly toured the US, sharing the stage with some of his favorite artists (The Flaming Lips, Modest Mouse), performing at festivals (Sasquatch, Lollapalooza), and appearing on Late Night with Conan O’Brien and The Carson Daly Show.

    Then, suddenly, our hero seemingly rode off into the sunset.

    Wild Knights is both the sonic diary of one man’s emotional journey and a return to form.  A monster of a new record, the anxiety that permeates is palpable. Wild Knights takes us through the darkness of self-doubt, obsession, and the struggle of self-actualization, our champion eventually pulling an emotional sword from a heart of stone, only to find it still beating after all. It might not be a storybook, ever-after ending, but chapter two is undoubtedly the best sounding Aqueduct record yet.

  • Bardot

    Bardot

    Indie Pop

  • The Echolarks

    The Echolarks

    Dream Pop

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Audioasis on KEXP & Do206 Present: Aqueduct (release) w/ Bardot & The Echolarks

Sat Jul 18 2015 9:00 PM

(Doors 8:00 PM)

Tractor Seattle WA
Audioasis on KEXP & Do206 Present: Aqueduct (release) w/ Bardot & The Echolarks
  • Sorry, you missed this event.
  • Check out other similar events on TicketWeb.

Ages 21+

It’s been 8 long years since the man known as Aqueduct has released a full length record and it’s about damn time.  

Founded in Tulsa, OK as the solo recording project of pop-mastermind David Terry, Aqueduct rose to prominence after a relocation to the Pacific Northwest. An album deal with Seattle indie label Barsuk and a series of infectious bedroom-rock records followed. Aqueduct restlessly toured the US, sharing the stage with some of his favorite artists (The Flaming Lips, Modest Mouse), performing at festivals (Sasquatch, Lollapalooza), and appearing on Late Night with Conan O’Brien and The Carson Daly Show.

Then, suddenly, our hero seemingly rode off into the sunset.

Wild Knights is both the sonic diary of one man’s emotional journey and a return to form.  A monster of a new record, the anxiety that permeates is palpable. Wild Knights takes us through the darkness of self-doubt, obsession, and the struggle of self-actualization, our champion eventually pulling an emotional sword from a heart of stone, only to find it still beating after all. It might not be a storybook, ever-after ending, but chapter two is undoubtedly the best sounding Aqueduct record yet.