Broods
Sunday, March 15, at the Midland
An impressive set of singles made New Zealand siblings Georgia and Caleb Nott one of the primary exponents of moody laptop-pop in 2014. The duo’s bleeps, gurgles and sighs are among the catchiest sounds in the booming genre. With Mikky Ekko.
Tickets are $9.65 in advance through midlandkc.com.
Broods Sunday, March 15, at the Midland An impressive set of singles made New Zealand siblings Georgia and Caleb Nott one of the primary exponents of moody laptop-pop in 2014. The duo’s bleeps, gurgles and sighs are among the catchiest sounds in the booming genre. With Mikky Ekko. Tickets are $9.65 in advance through midlandkc.com. Stephen Tilley
Broods Sunday, March 15, at the Midland An impressive set of singles made New Zealand siblings Georgia and Caleb Nott one of the primary exponents of moody laptop-pop in 2014. The duo’s bleeps, gurgles and sighs are among the catchiest sounds in the booming genre. With Mikky Ekko. Tickets are $9.65 in advance through midlandkc.com. Stephen Tilley
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