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Saturday, May 16 • 6:30pm - 7:30pm
HUMANWINE

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HUMANWINE makes music that dances between raindrops, sending up green shoots between the broken cobblestones of folk, punk, mythology and open revolt. It is a soundtrack to broken rules and mutant genres, evoking a world that skips over the Age of Oil and all its cruelties, stitching together a patchwork of past and future, a do-it-yourself apocalypse that is strangely utopian.
Passionate and award winning vocalist, Holly Brewer (The Folks Below) co-writes and performs with acclaimed multi-instrumentalist/vocalist Matthew McNiss (TI:ME:ST:AMP / Welcome To Vinland) to elaborate on the fictional land they call Vinland releasing all of their material with a creative commons license through their own Record Label, Nervous Relatives since 2002. HUMANWINE keeps audiences on their toes by taking local musicians and performers and throwing them into the mix to create a very different live show each time.



Saturday May 16, 2015 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Embassy Mainstage Embassy