On Thursday, December 30, Bagheera -- the project of Heather and Theodore Moll -- returns to the stage at Off Broadway. Earlier this year, Theodore Moll told me that the band is recording two albums of material, although it's not rushing anything.
"We're taking our time and working on one part here and one part there as time allows," he wrote in an email. "In some ways, it gives us a lot of perspective on the project as a whole. We can really step back and see how everything is fitting together. It definitely gives us more critical listening time, which sometimes is compromised in a rushed studio situation."
On Facebook the band promises that at Off Broadway, it's "debuting a lot of new and relatively new songs."
Be sure to show up on time to see Lemuria. Why?
The trio is creating some of the catchiest, delicious fuzz-pop around -- and judging by new songs from the forthcoming Pebble LP, there's more of a jagged punk edge to this new music. (Perhaps Pebble's producer, J Robbins, brought that out of the band.) You can stream new songs at the band's MySpace.
The Humanoids are also on the bill.
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