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Built To Spill, Prism Bitch and Blood Lemon

Event Date/Doors Open: 
Monday, November 28, 2022 - 7:00pm
Event Time: 
November 28, 2022 - 8:00pm
$25 Advance, $30 Day of Show

On Monday, November 28, The Community Center for the Performing Arts welcomes Built To Spill, Prism Bitch and Blood Lemon to The WOW Hall.

Built to Spill

Built to Spill is an American indie rock band that formed in Boise, Idaho, in 1992. Centered around lead vocalist and guitarist Doug Martsch, the only permanent member, Built to Spill has released eight full-length albums since its incarnation. Their latest release "When The Wind Forgets Your Name" was just released on September 9. 

The Boise, Idaho-based indie rock band Built to Spill meet in the middle ground between postmodern, Pavement-style pop and the loose, spacious jamming of Neil Young. The group is a vehicle for singer/songwriter/guitarist Doug Martsch, who -- heavily inspired by Dinosaur Jr.'s J Mascis -- helped keep the concept of the indie guitar hero alive. On record, Martschthe arranger crafted intricate, artfully knotted tangles of guitar; in concert, his rough-edged soloing heroics earned Built to Spill a reputation as an exciting and unpredictable live act. Their early records betrayed some punk scrappiness around the edges, but as Martsch's songwriting matured, he was able to crank out complicated, emotionally wracked songs that melted hearts as easily as they did speakers. The artistic success of 1994's There's Nothing Wrong with Love led to the band signing a deal with Warner Bros., where they released a string of albums highlighted by alt-rock classics Perfect from Now On and Keep It Like a Secret. As the '90s receded in the rearview mirror, the band kept going strong. Through numerous lineup changes and a shifting musical landscape, Martsch stayed true to his roots, and records like 2015's Untethered Moon and 2022's When the Wind Forgets Your Name sound remarkably similar to early works, only with an added element of maturity.


Prism Bitch

Prism Bitch is a hard rock band that beamed down in 2016 in the dust and wind of New Mexico. The group started as a four piece and asexually reproduced an additional member in 2017, resulting in a 5 piece mix of heavy guitar/keyboard layers blended with pop hooks/melodies/harmonies and occasional total noise freakouts - often compared to The Pixies and The Yeah Yeah Yeahs. From humble beginnings in punk rock coffeehouse open mics to nominations in the Weekly Alibi’s "Best of Burque” music awards for 2017 and 2018. (nods included for Best New Band, Best Party Band, and Best Stage Presence), Prism Bitch has had the privilege of sharing the stage with Built to Spill, Treepeople, Shonen Knife, and Le Butcherettes. The band has taken their performances from the famed L.A.’s Whiskey A-Go-Go to Boise’s Treefort Music Festival and will soon release a 5 song EP recorded with engineer Toshi Kasai (known for his work with The Melvins, Big Business, Foo Fighters and Dave Matthews Band). Prism Bitch has a reputation for wild and performative shows, professionalism and friendship.


Blood Lemon

Boise's Lisa Simpson, Melanie Radford and Lindsey Lloyd formed Blood Lemon out of mutual love for 90's alternative vibes, heavy riffs, melting harmonies and power trios.

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