By Alexandra Leon | May 9th, 2012 | No Comments
Bathed in blue, Beach House performed tracks off of their upcoming album, Bloom, at the Fillmore Miami Beach. -- photo by Alex Broadwell
Bright lights and gauzy smoke made for a dreamy Tuesday night at the Fillmore, with Baltimore’s atmospheric Beach House playing to a mostly packed house.
The show began with Zomes, the one-man band of Asa Osborne, formerly of Baltimore’s Lungfish. The experimental keyboardist sat front and center for a psychadelic, if somewhat monotonous, set of repetitive synth and drum beats. The crowd was still filing in at this point and those that were there waited patiently for the main act, giving the opener a courteous applause when his performance was over.
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By William Alton | May 6th, 2012 | 85 Comments
Baltimore’s Beach House is playing the Fillmore Miami Beach on Tuesday night, one week before the release of a widely anticipated new LP. Featuring the single “Myth” (embedded below), the new album is called Bloom and marks the atmospheric pop duo of Victoria Legrand and Alex Scalley’s first release in two years. We have a pair of tickets for the concert to give away to one lucky Beach House fan. To enter to win, shout out your favorite myth, anything from “Helen of Troy” to “George the Boy”, in the comment section of this post. We will announce the winner on the Beached Miami Facebook page on Tuesday morning. To learn about more upcoming live and local performances on our radar, check out the Miami Music Guide.
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