Great Lake Swimmers, Michael Chorney, Taylor Haskins | Signal Kitchen | Live Music | Seven Days | Vermont's Independent Voice

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When: Wed., April 29, 8 p.m. 2015
Price: $15. AA

Environmental Studies

Recording albums in woodsy cabins has become kind of a trend lately, especially in indie circles. For their newly released sixth album, Forest of Arms, Canadian indie-folk outfit Great Lake Swimmers upped the ante. They recorded in a cave — specifically, the Tyendinaga Cavern and Caves in Ontario. The idea was to capture the cavern’s gorgeous natural acoustics and to foster awareness of living in harmony with our natural surroundings. The latter is a recurrent lyrical theme, made all the more immediate by the record’s stunning acoustic depth and resonance. On Wednesday, April 29, GLS play Signal Kitchen in Burlington — a rather cave-like space itself — with locals Michael Chorney and Taylor Haskins.

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