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Hope Sandoval & the Warm Inventions

10/22/17 | 8:00 PM

Brooklyn Steel

319 Frost St., Brooklyn Map

888-929-7849

$35


22-10-2017 12:00:00 22-10-2017 12:00:00 America/New_York Hope Sandoval & the Warm Inventions | 8:00 PM The delicious dichotomy between darkness and light, the space between inspiration and the manifestation of thought, is where Hope Sandoval's music and lyrics catch fire. Through The Devil Softly, her second album with Warm Inventions partner Colm Ó C"osóig (My Bloody Valentine), is a rich brocade of pastoral meditations that resonate with the kind of restrained yet provocative intimacy that only these two artists can provide. Well known for their reticence in the media, they've once again chosen to pour out their hearts and minds on record. It's been eight years since the release of the critically acclaimed Bavarian Fruit Bread, but Colm and Hope aren't ones to adhere to traditional timetables and conventions. "Time is vibrations for us," he says. "We didn't feel like [this album] was ready until it was ready." In the meantime, however, neither artist has been creatively idle. Hope has collaborated with Devendra Banhart, Air, Bert Jansch, Death In Vegas, and is due to appear on Massive Attack's forthcoming album. And yes, a new Mazzy Star record is on the horizon. ("It's almost finished," says Hope, "but when it will be coming out, I don't know.") Meanwhile, 2009 saw the reunion of My Bloody Valentine for a select group of live shows, kicking off with an incendiary performance at this year's Coachella Festival. "It's like the opposite ends of the spectrum," says Ó C"osóig of the difference between MBV and his work with Sandoval. "I play very held back, but there's a tension to it." http://www.cityguideny.com/eventinfo.cfm?id=241848 Brooklyn Steel Brooklyn Steel

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The delicious dichotomy between darkness and light, the space between inspiration and the manifestation of thought, is where Hope Sandoval's music and lyrics catch fire. Through The Devil Softly, her second album with Warm Inventions partner Colm Ó C"osóig (My Bloody Valentine), is a rich brocade of pastoral meditations that resonate with the kind of restrained yet provocative intimacy that only these two artists can provide. Well known for their reticence in the media, they've once again chosen to pour out their hearts and minds on record.

It's been eight years since the release of the critically acclaimed Bavarian Fruit Bread, but Colm and Hope aren't ones to adhere to traditional timetables and conventions. "Time is vibrations for us," he says. "We didn't feel like [this album] was ready until it was ready." In the meantime, however, neither artist has been creatively idle. Hope has collaborated with Devendra Banhart, Air, Bert Jansch, Death In Vegas, and is due to appear on Massive Attack's forthcoming album. And yes, a new Mazzy Star record is on the horizon. ("It's almost finished," says Hope, "but when it will be coming out, I don't know.") Meanwhile, 2009 saw the reunion of My Bloody Valentine for a select group of live shows, kicking off with an incendiary performance at this year's Coachella Festival.

"It's like the opposite ends of the spectrum," says Ó C"osóig of the difference between MBV and his work with Sandoval. "I play very held back, but there's a tension to it."

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