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**CANCELED: MUSIC: Blushed [PHL] and Ceterus [Cville]

March 31 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

A night of indie with Blushed and Ceterus!
March 31
7:00 PM; $5 – $10


Philadelphia based 4-piece Blushed has been making waves in the DIY scene since their early beginnings as a trio. With their current lineup of Missy Pidgeon (guitar/vocals, she/her), Alyssa Milman (bass/vocals, they/them), Matty Klauser (drums, they/them), and Dan Leinweber (guitar, he/him), they’ve toured the East Coast, playing DIY spaces, bars, venues, and festivals. No stranger to local shows, Blushed has also played many of Philly’s DIY spaces and iconic venues, such as Johnny Brenda’s, PhilaMOCA, World Cafe Live, and Boot & Saddle, where they just celebrated the release of their first stand alone EP I Love You So Much It Hurts. Along with all of the live shows Blushed has played, their split EP with psych rockers Secret Nudist Friends has brought them love from the Deli Mag and WXPN’s The Key, where they recorded an in-studio session with John Vettese. With their ever evolving style, blending elements of surf, garage rock, grunge, punk, and their love for all things kitsch, Blushed is sure to bring a wacky, energized set reminiscent of a high school movie’s sleepover montage – if the stars of the movie were the alternative weirdo extras.

“…racing surf licks, upbeat indiepop harmonies… biting edge that reminds us that happiness and comfort is fleeting, and the human emotional experience is by nature dynamic.” – John Vettese, WXPN The Key 

A persistent back-end rumbles and pushes forward, as angst-anchored vocals softly swell within the surf sound.” – The Deli Magazine
Ceterus is a collective of minds and musicians from Charlottesville focused on an all-inclusive approach to music. Arising from a hastily-put together crew for a bar show in November of 2018, this four-piece melds together many strands of influence, from jazz to rock to bossa nova, into one musical whole. During a Spring retreat in the mountains of Georgia, “For Ya,” their first single, was written and self-recorded, releasing a few weeks later. The song blends a lackadaisical vibe borrowed from the current-like influence of a river into a slow burning jazz structure. “Queen of Cups,” their second single, released a few months later, dedicating itself to the atmosphere of a classic summer anthem. Since then, the band has been writing and performing at a breakneck pace, amassing an array of different voices and energies in their creative material. Their most recent release, “Stonely Cowboy,” is a precursor to a longer EP due out in Spring 2020.


March 31
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm


The Bridge PAI
(434) 218-2060


The Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative
209 Monticello Road
Charlottesville, VA 22902 United States
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(434) 218-2060