Gemini
Your Rabbit Feet

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Wild Nothing

People working for public transport in Vienna are law-abiding and not up for any negotiation. There’s no chance that they allow buskers to play at the well-lit train station. Even if these buskers are an up-and-coming band from Virginia, whose debut album “Gemini” received an enthusiastic review on pitchfork. Thus mastermind Jack Tatum and his touring mates Clay Violand, Nathan Goodman and Michael Skattum set up their gear in the half-dark just outside the train station and start off with the song “Gemini”. More and more people, who attended their show, come by, sip their beer and enjoy the intriguing and catchy music. While Wild Nothing are playing “Your Rabbit Feet”, the occasional lightning gets more intense. There is a passing-by lady, who – not reflecting her intervention – takes some photos with flash. However, she is soon gone, while a big thunderstorm is rolling over the city. Time to run back to the venue! (Because of a flash disk failure we have no photos to provide from this atmospheric session, yet you can find nice pics taken at the show by davnull.klingt.org below)

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  • Posted: September 19, 2010
  • Camera: Michael Luger
  • Sound Recording: Mehmet Ender
  • Post-Production: Michael Luger
  • Photography: David Murobi