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Milo in the Doldrums w/ Dominy, THYGUI

Friday, November 12
Show: | 8pm // Doors: | 7:30pm
$12

Doors at 7:30 | Show at 8
All Ages
$12/$14

Dominy is a Americana rock band from Philadelphia formed in 2017 by brothers John and Alex Dominy, Michael Youngkin, Turqouise Cobb, and Zak ‘gabagool’ Iannitelli.

The House You Grew Up In, abbreviated THYGUI, is a 5 piece psychedelic pop-rock band from Washington DC. THYGUI blends the sound and feel of late-60s-era psychedelic rock with the abstract lyrics and humor of indie bands of the 90s and 2000s like Pavement and The Unicorns. In recent years, THYGUI’s sound has begun to include more churning basslines and dreamy melodies reminiscent of The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Beck, and The B-52s. Formed in 2010 as the solo project of Jordan Brown, the band’s songwriter, lead singer, and guitarist, THYGUI changed size and composition several times before settling into its current line up. Drummer Raymond O’Mara and guitarist Damon Effingham joined Brown in 2014 and were joined shortly after in 2015 by their childhood friend and bass player, James Howard. Cait Hone joined THYGUI as an additional vocalist in early 2019.

Milo in the Doldrums is a sonic collage of 90’s nostalgia coupled with modern indie-rock sentimentality. With a string of EPs in tow (Milo in the Doldrums, Richards Glasses, Built For No One), Milo in the Doldrums is currently working with D.C. producer Ben Green (Ivakota RecordingFairweather) on their debut LP