Bueno and the Goods, Acres of Diamonds, Clock
1003 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19107
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 8:30 PM
This event is 21 and over
Somewhere beyond Missed Connections and Casual Encounters, unreformed romantics still pine for an origin myth. A chord shimmers, a snare swaggers, a bass line snakes, and here’s one more revelation.
tinmouth sounds familiar because they never shy from genre-bending weirdo worship — (should a Gary Glitter beat really coexist with a weary Neil Young-ish lament? That’s for you to decide; the band has clearly made up their minds).
Neither abandoning nor wallowing in the past, Timothy, Aaron and Alyssa have emerged from whatever murky estuaries to construct a sound both sophisticated and playful. While the melodies will stick in your brain, the playing is all heart.
Live, tinmouth strips the muscle from the bone — loose-limbed, lean and limber. So while they may be waiting on “one more revelation,” others are catching on that it’s already here.
Bueno and the Goods
Bueno and The Goods are a rock n’ roll band from Philly--three dudes and one chick who claim some inner-geekiness that contrasts their balls out attitude on stage, original songs, bold story-driven lyrics, harmony sections that fill the room, and bursts of unrefined-garage-guitar. Influences include The Pixies, Pavement, T. Rex, Tom Waits, and Modest Mouse; discerning ears can hear the echoes of these musical heavyweights in Bueno and The Goods.
Acres of Diamonds
Acres of Diamonds makes indie music with a supernal woof, casting songs in golds in greys.
We're a slow moving ship.
In the midst of recording a new album, one of our principal songwriters left the band to start a new project. We kept recording, at Miner Street Studios with John Low, and in our newly built all analog home studio. Animal Trust is the result of that transition.
Lately, we've been inspired by fussy tone and vibe. We make each other laugh a lot.
From here on out, we'll be releasing material digitally in three song bursts roughly every six months. We hope you'll listen.