The return of The Impossible Shapes 

Show Preivew

Jason Pierce Friday, Nov. 11, 7 p.m
Friday, Nov. 11, 7 p.m.
Big Car Gallery, 1043 Virginia Ave.
$5 recommended donation
317-501-3253
The Impossible Shapes

Indianapolis, brace yourselves for what will surely be one of the more exciting shows to pass through town this autumn. Five years ago, the pages of NUVO frequently reported on local band The Impossible Shapes. Whether it was a show at the Music Box or an album release announcement for The Match Factory, every article hinted at the Shapes’ long-term potential.

Here we are a half decade later and the greatness of this Bloomington-based group is still noteworthy. Centered around founding members Aaron Deer and Chris Barth, the band has garnered praise from local press, Spin magazine, Pitchfork Media and various internationally respected publications.

Since the early months of 2005, the Shapes shifted a few band members, reevaluated their motivations, built their own studio (in a steamy hot garage) and began to work on their new, currently untitled project.

Recording their new album with a revolving cast of musicians has allowed for a more eclectic and involved Shapes experience. While some of the more well-known Shapes albums have been recorded by outsiders, their work shines when they have complete creative control (e.g. The Great Migration, Tum).

Tags: ,

Around the Web

Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

This Week's Flyers

About The Author

Jason Pierce

More by Jason Pierce

Today's Best Bets | All of today's events

Keep in-the-know
on-the-fly

Sign up for Nuvo
E-Newsletters:

Around the Web

All contents copyright © 2016 NUVO Inc.
3951 N. Meridian St., Suite 200, Indianapolis, IN 46208
Website powered by Foundation