Blue Arrow Records is inviting you to fight your cabin fever by coming down to a free, in-store concert tonight featuring two bands.
The Caledonia Mission comprise brother multi-instrumentalists Angelo and Anthony LaMarca, who claim both Youngstown and Brooklyn as home base and have a sparse, delicate, dreamy sound that evokes the English countryside more than tough, gritty, rust-belt Youngstown. They’ve played dates with Dean and Britta and St. Vincent.
Brooklyn’s six-person In One Wind evolved from leader Angelo Spagnolo’s one-man project. They create a sort of meandering, scattershot jazzy folk music that makes copious use of improvisation and the three-part harmonies of Spagnolo and female vocalists Mallory Glaser and Lily Claire Nussbaum.
Music starts at 7 p.m.
There’ll also be food and beverages, and while you’re there, you can shop for a vintage vinyl LP, a pulp novel, a concert poster or an obscure 45. —Anastasia Pantsios