Reveille in reverb - Page 2

Baltimore duo Beach House show Devotion can be a dream

When I describe some of the new disc's brightest passages as "Technicolor moments" to Legrand, she replies: "I personally heard Technicolor in 'Turtle Island' during the bridge because all of a sudden the voices burst out, and it feels literally like paint and light are bursting through . . . a soft burst like a bubble in slow motion." That beats "autumnal" any day.


With Anaura and Best Wishes

Sat/15, 10 p.m., $12

Bottom of the Hill, 1233 17th St., SF

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