Jun 7, 2011
SHOW AT 9PM
Like, Mountains is generally a four-to-six piece operation, led by Rachel Murphy and peopled by members of Brooklyn’s The Woes.Like, Mountains has just released their first EP, titled “If We Break Up Right Now, There Won’t Be Kids There Won’t Be Houses To Saw Up.”They believe it is the longest EP title in Brooklyn’s history, possibly all of New York, as well as the only song inspired by a Sprint/Nextel ad campaign.
Prolific singer-songwriter from Los Angeles, California, Mia Doi Todd began singing as a child in choirs and later studied classical vocal technique. She found her own voice in writing songs about nature, romance, love and loss. Her first solo acoustic album, “The Ewe and the Eye” was released in 1997 as Todd was graduating from Yale University. She then spent a year in Japan, studying the avant-garde dance form Butoh and returned to the States to release two more acoustic albums, “Come Out of Your Mine” (1999) and “Zeroone” (2001). In 2002, she was signed to Columbia Records and recorded “The Golden State”, collaborating with producer Mitchell Froom on more elaborate instrumentation.