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About Near Northeast

Near Northeast formed in Washington, DC shortly after meeting while playing a South Asian music festival at the Kennedy Center. Guitarist Avy has made music in San Francisco, Portland, Europe, and India. Antonio developed his approach to percussion in Bosnia and New Mexico. Violinist and vocalist Kelly grew up singing and playing in Atlanta and Athens, Georgia. Austin took up the bass during his childhood in Virginia. While their aesthetics reflect the music on which they each cut their teeth --- Latin American, Indian, Balkan, and Appalachian --- their songwriting chemistry and musically adventurous spirit reach past these reference points. Near Northeast released their debut full-length Curios in 2015. In 2017, the band followed up with True Mirror, their full-length second album, and with Indali Variations 1-8, a cassette single featuring meditative ambient music. While True Mirror shares aesthetics and instrumentation with its predecessor, it forges forward into new ground as a band building both craft and confidence atop a strong foundation built of diverse musical backgrounds. The songs, at-times darker in tone but also more varied in their musical exploration, take Near Northeast's finely executed indie-folk sound to new heights, with acoustic ballads, electronica-inspired elegies, roof raisers and barn stompers. Pre-order our 2nd album True Mirror now at nearnortheast.bandcamp.com ($7 - digital), or etxerecords.com/store ($10 - physical). We make music in Washington D.C. using guitar, bass, violin, drums, and our voices.
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Genres:
Melodic-ambient-folky-rock Sounds
Band Members:
Austin Blanton, Kelly Servick, Antonio Skarica, Avy Mallik
Hometown:
Washington, Nevada

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About Near Northeast

Near Northeast formed in Washington, DC shortly after meeting while playing a South Asian music festival at the Kennedy Center. Guitarist Avy has made music in San Francisco, Portland, Europe, and India. Antonio developed his approach to percussion in Bosnia and New Mexico. Violinist and vocalist Kelly grew up singing and playing in Atlanta and Athens, Georgia. Austin took up the bass during his childhood in Virginia. While their aesthetics reflect the music on which they each cut their teeth --- Latin American, Indian, Balkan, and Appalachian --- their songwriting chemistry and musically adventurous spirit reach past these reference points. Near Northeast released their debut full-length Curios in 2015. In 2017, the band followed up with True Mirror, their full-length second album, and with Indali Variations 1-8, a cassette single featuring meditative ambient music. While True Mirror shares aesthetics and instrumentation with its predecessor, it forges forward into new ground as a band building both craft and confidence atop a strong foundation built of diverse musical backgrounds. The songs, at-times darker in tone but also more varied in their musical exploration, take Near Northeast's finely executed indie-folk sound to new heights, with acoustic ballads, electronica-inspired elegies, roof raisers and barn stompers. Pre-order our 2nd album True Mirror now at nearnortheast.bandcamp.com ($7 - digital), or etxerecords.com/store ($10 - physical). We make music in Washington D.C. using guitar, bass, violin, drums, and our voices.
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Genres:
Melodic-ambient-folky-rock Sounds
Band Members:
Austin Blanton, Kelly Servick, Antonio Skarica, Avy Mallik
Hometown:
Washington, Nevada

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