Ticket Giveaway: Lush @ 9:30 Club, 9/21/16

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What a time for the classic shoegaze period of the ‘90s! Last year, UK music aficionados welcomed Ride to the 9:30 Club, and this year it’s going to be Lush!

Yes, Miki Berenyi and Emma Anderson (vocals and guitars) along with Phil King (bass) have returned with the addition of drummer Justin Welch (Spitfire, Elastica). And they released a new EP, Blind Spot via their own Edamame label, and they sound as amazing and beautiful as ever. Lush are now on a world tour that stops in DC at the 9:30 Club on Wednesday, Sept. 21, and you can now win tickets to go.

Revisit the official music video for “Sweetness and Light” by Lush on YouTube:

Parklife DC is giving away a pair of tickets so that you can see Lush return to DC after 20 years away! To win, simply leave a comment on this blog. Let’s hear your favorite Lush song?

For the rules of this giveaway–

Comments will be closed at 5pm on Thursday and a winner will be randomly selected. The winner will be notified by email. The winner must respond to our email within 24 hours or they will forfeit their tickets and we will pick another winner. We will email you instructions on claiming your ticket. Good luck!

Lush last played the 9:30 Club on August 30, 1996! See the awesome setlist.

New Zealand dream pop singer Tamaryn opens for Lush. Tickets also are available online!

Lush
w/ Tamaryn
9:30 Club
Wednesday, Sept. 21
Doors @7pm
$35
All ages

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10 thoughts on “Ticket Giveaway: Lush @ 9:30 Club, 9/21/16

  1. White Wood. It is such a magical melancholic tune. The chord progression is magnificently intriguing – another testament to Emma Anderson’s boundless talent. Miki sings gorgeously on this one -such a knack she has for vocally conveying a wide range of emotions. All in all, this is another door that leads to a wondrous, dreamy but real world of Lush.

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  2. “Scarlet” off of Scar. Though this mini-album wasn’t really considered innovative in terms of production, I love the contrast achieved through driving guitar/bass and “low in the mix” vocals, clean and ethereal sound.

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  3. “Scar” off of Scarlet. Though this mini-album was never really considered innovative in terms of production, I love the contrast achieved through driving guitar/bass and “low in the mix” vocals, clean and ethereal sound.

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