St. Vincent w. Noveller
Saturday, March 8, 2014
Doors: 7p Show: 8p
Tabernacle ::: Atlanta, Ga
The night began with a Brooklyn composer and guitarist mesmerizing the crowd with amazing axe work. Sarah Lipstate aka Noveller took the stage in a white dress with dark pantyhose outlining her long legs. The electric guitarist wielding solo-project dazzled with her dream guitaring and her command of it. She amped up the crowd for what was building towards, an astounding performance from another strong woman. Noveller made her guitar road with the static sound from a mythical land, akin to Explosions in the Sky, but from a single guitar and paddle board. Shortly after graduating high school and leaving for college she felt compelled to learn the guitar.
@YOTHT_RC I'm self-taught and bought my first electric when I was 17 years old.That compelling feeling lead to a strong understanding she shared with the Tabernacle crowd, using a violin bow to willing her instrument in to submission. What she produced was a sound that resonated through the layers of the venue, though her sound is made for outdoor venues/festivals. She left the stage around 8:45p and but her presence left its mark.
— Sarah Lipstate (@sarahlipstate) March 11, 2014
review we discussed many aspects of St. Vincent, on being that she’d hold her own in a discussion for the women of indie music. After seeing he live, she’d be more appropriate to adorn the Statue of Liberty as the first woman you see coming to the land of indie music. Annie took the stage around 9:25p, a little long on the intermission between artists considering seemingly no alterations were made, and the anticipation had built to summit she more than conquered.