日付｜Date：5月26日 (金)・May 26th
時間｜Time：OPEN 18:30・START 19:00
場所｜Venue：Time Out Cafe & Diner, Ebisu
入場料｜Ticket：ONLINE ¥2,000・DOOR ¥2,500・FREE for MTM Members
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【このイベントについて｜About This Event】
You can expect a lively evening featuring a diverse selection of indie artists curated by More Than Music at the Time Out Cafe & Restaurant in Nakameguro. More Than Music shares its signature good music with the Time Out Tokyo audience.
TOW is a Japanese acoustic band by Nue and Kai. It rings traditional to the ear, the duo evokes the mystic past of Japan but uses vocal, accordion and acoustic guitar to do so. Nue and Kai bring downright beautiful music and they leave audiences in awe wherever they go, so come and be awe-struck!
As a vehicle for pianist and songwriter, Ida Nilsen, Great Aunt Ida has existed in various shapes and places since 2003, beginning and returning to Vancouver, BC. Influenced by a variety of genres but rooted in the popular song, Nilsen's writing has been called “intimate and honest”, “warm and spare,” bordering on misanthropic, and “somehow unlike any other girl/piano combo.” An active member of Vancouver’s music scene in the late 90s and 2000s, Nilsen was also a member of acclaimed “post-rock” group The Beans, alt-country Radiogram, experimental all-improv group Cunt, The Gay, The Buttless Chaps, and the Toronto-based Violet Archers. Great Aunt Ida released three albums between 2005 and 2011: “Our Fall” (2005 Hive-fi), “How They Fly” (2006 Northern Electric), and “Nuclearize Me” (2011 Zunior). After a hiatus, Great Aunt Ida returned with “Unsayable,” released on September 7th 2021, described as “a delicate, lushly tranquil release that sounds like it was made by ghosts in a dilapidated old house” (Vancouver Sun).