Friday, November 14, 2008

Epiphany Project Tonight

I'm not sure what you've got going on tonight, but if you're in the Princeton area, I'd suggest heading to Looking Glass Pond at 7:30 to see the Epiphany Project. EP is the duo of Bet Williams and John Hodian, and I've long been a fan of their music. And to be honest, I have their newest album, Hin Dagh, and have been meaning to write about it for a while now. But time's slipped away from me while I was collecting my thoughts, and suddenly they're in town tomorrow. (They're also at Drom in NYC on Friday the 21 and the Tin Angel in Philly on the 23rd.)

(You can hear samples of the tracks here, by the way. Listen, you'll be enveloped.)

At any rate, my job hunt/freelancing got away from me today, or else you'd see a review of the album in this space. But I wanted to give a heads-up in case you're able to make it to one of these shows. You won't regret it. As good as they sound on disc, in person Epiphany Project is jaw-dropping.



Alan M. said...

Based solely on this post (and the fact that I have a crapload of free downloads to use up), I will download Hin Dagh from eMusic tonight when I get home. Good job on the sale! :)

Rob S. said...

Cool! You won't regret it. I've been a fan for years.