Andy Pothier’s music is pure and sobering. It’s the kind of soundtrack you want on hand when you want to feel out all the nooks and crannies of any particular sentiment you may be experiencing. By way of Conor Oberst, Pothier exposes his own vulnerability, but it’s the kind of vulnerability that only gives more virtue to what he’s communicating through his songs.
Sharing the Ol’ Wondermoth stage tonight is Tiny Rhymes’ Sharon Mok, whose song stylings are reminiscent of all things mesmeric and delicate — spun sugar, young sapling branches — but they are a folk force to be reckoned with. No doubt, this show will be a cozy and engaging one.
The show is $5, which will be donated to the Nickel City Housing Cooperative. Find more information here.