Josephine Foster w/Honey Locust & The Cherry Blossoms
Andrija Tokic has lured a ton of young country, rock and R&B-reviving bands to his local recording studio, the Bomb Shelter, including Hurray for the Riff Raff, Banditos, Buffalo Clover, St. Paul and the Broken Bones, and most famously, Alabama Shakes. But the producer also makes house calls — well, substitute “yoga studio” for “house,” because that was where Tokic helped experimental folkie Josephine Foster record her latest album, Blood Rushing, in Boulder, Colo. Foster had already come at album-making from such disparate angles as kids music, trippy reinterpretations of German classical compositions, courtly Emily Dickinson adaptations and jagged Patti Smith-ish rock. Conceptually speaking, this 10-song set feels fairly straight-ahead by comparison, though the fantastical romantic imagery in songs like “Waterfall,” “Panorama Wide” or “Geyser,” the sole, squalling electric track, isn't what you'd call down-to-earth. Nor, for that matter, is her otherworldly, operatic vibrato.
Sat, May 25 | 9:00 PM
The Stone Fox
18 and over