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The Bishop

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123 S. Walnut St.
Bloomington, IN 46208
Last Updated: January 18, 2018

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About The Bishop

Formerly The Cinemat, the Bishop's got a split personality. One side is a practically empty space, with a low stage at one end and band merchandise at the other. Swing through a door, and you'll be in the bar, which is lined with back-to-back cushy booths that face a long bar. They've recently obtained a full liquor license, in addition to their wine and craft beers. Smoke-free (like all of Bloomington's venues) and comfortable, The Bishop books a variety of local, mid-level, and small national acts. It's a laid-back joint that begs for a weekday trip.

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The band talks with NUVO before their show at the Bishop in Bloomington.

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To see Paternoster shred - and shred is the only suitable verb for what she does - is to be tempted to bring up every

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WOODS was atmospheric, volumetric even in sound. The presence was physical without being aggressive, and the soft, high vocals glinted over the set.

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“The couple years we spent exploring other avenues of creativity I think allowed for the dust to settle internally. I feel we have a clearer vision of purpose within the organic process of excavating sounds and the spirit is at the root of every little sound.”

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Charleston duo Shovels and Rope threw down an energetic countrified rock show Sunday night in Bloomington, offering anything-but-subtle hints that they're on their way to something much, much bigger than what the tiny Bishop bar can hold.

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Something about just having volumes of other people's verbosity just comforts me. Having those objects to me is inspiring. The history of art and creations and people's creativity

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We actually put the mics on the other side of the fire from where we were playing. So with all of the crackling and popping noises, it's not just the vinyl - it's actually the fire.

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