Brooklyn duo Tanlines has come a long way since forming in 2008. From remixing songs for bands like Au Revoir Simone and The Tough Alliance to releasing two EPs along with debut album Mixed Emotions (which peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard album charts last year), Tanlines is leaving their mark–so to speak–all over the indie pop scene.
Now the duo, comprised of Jesse Cohen and Eric Emm, will bring their experimental sound back to Boston as they headline their own show at The Sinclair on Tuesday, October 29. They will be joined by Brooklyn-based chillwave band, Small Black, and local indie pop favorites earthquake party! as part of Converse‘s Rubber Tracks Live concert series. Also, it’s free!
Oh, should we have led with that? Sorry. But, yes, it’s FREE.
Just RSVP through Ticketmaster to ensure your entry and you’re golden! From the elbows down, at least. Reference.
Tickets are still available. But all good things must come to an end – and also, we just snagged like a million tickets for ourselves because free – so hurry up and grab your tickets before they’re gone.
And we’ll see you there!
CONVERSE RUBBER TRACKS LIVE PRESENTS:
TANLINES W/ SMALL BLACK, EARTHQUAKE PARTY!
52 CHURCH ST.,