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Live Music

The Manorlands Project, Stephanie Mabey, Playing Ghosts

When: Tue., Dec. 2, 9 p.m. 2014

With its months of hazy, bone-cracking cold, winter is enough to drive anyone nuts; in the case of The Manorlands Project, the pop-rock trio poured all that snow-induced crazy into making music. In January 2013, Joel Pack, Rob Moffitt and Ryan Sanders carted all their instruments and recording gear to a remote, snowbound cabin in Manor Lands in the Uintas with the goal of recording some unreleased songs written under their previous band name, Broke City. But over the next 10 snowy days, they also created a handful of new tracks—about cabin fever, zombie flies and more—inspired by the experience, and combined the new and old material into an album titled Winter, released in August under The Manorlands Project. At this show, The Manorlands Project will perform songs from Winter as well as unreleased tracks that didn't make the final cut. Local experimental-rock outfit Playing Ghosts and singer-songwriter Stephanie Mabey will open. (Kolbie Stonehocker)

Price: free