Canada’s own Deep Dark Woods have been purveying their own mix of alt-country and Americana since 2005. With five stellar records under their cap already, they released the haunting Yarrow, an LP that’s themed around the dark storytelling that folk music is so deeply rooted in. From the darkest depths come songs that are striking and fresh while cleverly tipping a cap to the murder ballads of yesteryear. The record has been earning praise from critics and fans alike, and 2018 looks to be a big year for the band as they tour in support of the album.
You can hear their latest music tonight, Jan. 17 at The Basement, along with Nashville transplant Katie Pruitt, who has been honing her soulful, blues-influenced sound over the past three years. With new music slated to drop this year, it’s a great opportunity to hear one of the city’s most promising voices for yourself. Get there early to save yourself a spot and get ready for a night of stellar music.
Deep Dark Woods and Katie Pruitt will perform tonight, Jan. 17 at The Basement. The show is 21+, begins at 9 p.m., and admission is $12 at the door.