Lake & 4 Bonjour’s Parties

Sun Sep 30, 2012 Minami Ikebukuro Music Org
Lake

Time Out says

The story goes that Eli Moore looked up Ashley Eriksson while he was in California, based on a musician pal's recommendation, and the pair started recording together within a few minutes of meeting each other. Now happily married, the couple form the core of Olympia, Washington indie band Lake, who cite influences ranging from Fleetwood Mac to Arthur Russell to '70s Ethiopian pop. Moore and Eriksson have been bringing the show to Japan this month as part of local indie imprint 7 e.p.'s protracted 10th anniversary celebrations, sharing a tourbus with Tokyo-based baroque pop ensemble 4 Bonjour’s Parties.

Details

Open September 30

Time Doors 7pm. Gig 7.30pm

Admission ¥3,700 on the door; ¥3,200 adv

Venue Minami Ikebukuro Music Org

Address B2F, 1-20-11 Minami-Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo

Transport Ikebukuro Station (Marunouchi, Yurakucho, Yamanote, Fukutoshin lines), exit 40

Map

Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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