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Zammuto - Shape Of Things To Come

with opener Snowblink.


This popular series introduces young indie scene music innovators in our intimate black box venues and welcomes breakout bands to larger theaters.

Fri, Apr 12, 2013 8 PM

“As brilliant as the Books could be, he was only scratching the surface of his own musical interests within the group.”--CMJ

Zammuto celebrates the restless, adventuresome spirit of one of the indie scene’s most experimental minds and brilliant songsmiths: artful Vermont-based avant-pop artist Nick Zammuto. Since dissolving longtime Next@Wex faves the Books, Nick has expanded his sonic ambitions with this four-piece band, as ably demonstrated on their first release, also called Zammuto. Clearly creatively refreshed and retooled, he is pulling varied rhythms and stronger melodies to the forefront with this band. He’s also showcasing a confident vocal style, replete with an array of electronic effects, that’s a quantum leap from the understated, near-whispered vocals he employed in the Books. Join us for this highlight on our spring Next@Wex calendar.

Toronto-based duo Snowblink open the show.

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See iconic actress Jane Birkin through the eyes of filmmaker Agnès Varda in a special double feature on Saturday, October 10. 

The Decline of Western Civilization

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