Library Voices

If you’re still in party mode before hunkering down for the holidays with family and friends, there’s a free show tonight at O’Hanlon’s Pub featuring Library Voices, Radville and the Stoop Kids. Radville is a two-piece prog metal band featuring LV drummer Michael Thievin and someone as yet unknown to me while the Stoop Kids are a prairie hip hop group.

As for Library Voices, they released a seven-song EP called For John in June and I believe plans are in the works for a new full-length at some point. At tonight’s show, which should get going around 10 p.m. (or later), they’ll likely be showcasing material from the EP.

If you’re not up to speed on that recording, here’s video of the band playing the surf-infused “Space Age” at a show this summer at the Exchange:

Author: Gregory Beatty

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3 thoughts on “Library Voices”

  1. I can’t see that happening before 12:30 a.m. or so. There’s been a line-up switch too. Coldest Night of the Year is replacing Radville.

  2. Thanks for the post and the update, Greg! Reginans should give you more love than they do.

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