Phosphorescent and Strand of Oaks - SOLD OUT

Price: $13 - $14

When: Ended 04/12/13

Where: Turf Club

After nearly a decade operating under the indie nom de moan Phosphorescent, Georgia-bred psychedelic twang-rock maestro Matthew Houk is poised to break out of the Pitchfork underground with his sixth and best album, “Muchacho.” Boy, is it a beaut. Issued three weeks ago on the niche label Dead Oceans, the soul-baring, wigged-out dust-rock collection free-flows from the ambiently bopping “Song for Zula” — the “Ring of Fire”-referencing single in steady rotation at the Current — to the sun-baked, harmonious “A Charm / A Blade” to the gorgeous mope of “Muchacho’s Tune,” which local fans might liken to the Pines. Could be the most memorable one-man-with-a-moniker gig at the Turf since Bon Iver played there. Strand of Oaks opens. Chris Riemenschneider


Turf Club
1601 W. University Av.
St. Paul, MN

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