Don’t let the all caps fool you — SEAS is not shouty at all. Headed up by former Fairweather guitarist Ben Green, SEAS offers an indie-rock/psych-folk sound that is rich, beautifully layered, and well worth a listen.
In case you missed it
Tracks[audio:http://rvanews.net/live_at_ipanema/0410-SEAS/Seas_1.mp3,http://rvanews.net/live_at_ipanema/0410-SEAS/Seas_2.mp3,http://rvanews.net/live_at_ipanema/0410-SEAS/Seas_3.mp3,http://rvanews.net/live_at_ipanema/0410-SEAS/Seas_4.mp3,http://rvanews.net/live_at_ipanema/0410-SEAS/Seas_5.mp3,http://rvanews.net/live_at_ipanema/0410-SEAS/Seas_6.mp3,http://rvanews.net/live_at_ipanema/0410-SEAS/Seas_7.mp3|titles=Track 1,Track 2,Track 3,Track 4,Track 5,Track 6,Track 7|artists=SEAS,SEAS,SEAS,SEAS,SEAS,SEAS,SEAS]
(Photos by Cameron Lewis)
Live at Ipanema celebrated its first birthday last Sunday with a performance from Long Arms. Look for their installment in the next few weeks. Next up: The Thirds, performing on Sunday, May 2 at 10pm. Hope to see you there!