Posted: December 3, 2018 in CLASSIC ALBUMS, MUSIC
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Natalie Prass The Future And The Past show at the Rescue Rooms recently was the concert we needed in 2018. On the record, Prass combats political polarization, a bleak national mood and whatever else is bringing you down with R&B-infused beats, delirious love songs and pure, danceable joy. She brings the same strategy to her live show, a positive-vibes-only, smiley hoopla. Backed by a troupe of dude musicians (including her fiance and Dr. Dogdrummer Eric Slick), Prass is the lone front woman. Her band mates wear blue jumpsuits.  Prass delivered a party as opposed to a set, treating her tiny but enthused audience to all The Future And The Past’s dance hits as well as standouts from her self-titled first album, like “Bird of Prey” and “Your Fool.” As the show neared its end, elation, or maybe exhaustion, consumed the band ,

Natalie Prass performing live in the KEXP studio. Recorded September 24th, 2018.

Songs: Never Too Late Ship Go Down Lost Short Court Style

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