Monday, August 31, 2015

Concert Pick: Pattern Is Movement at Spruce Street Harbor Park

Also: Moon Bounce, under the moonlight.

Concert Pick: Pattern Is Movement at Spruce Street Harbor Park

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Pattern is Movement play the 2010 Roots Picnic.
Pattern is Movement play the 2010 Roots Picnic. Tiffany Yoon / PHILLY.COM

Summer is flying by, and if you're a fool such as I you didn't make it out to see heavy rockers Purling Hiss at Spruce Street Harbor Park last month.

Well here's your last chance to catch a free live indie-rock show at the pop-up oasis along the Delaware River waterfront, which is open until Aug. 31. The final gratis show of the season will feature Pattern Is Movement, the tightly disciplined Philadelphia soul duo of Chris Ward and Andrew Thiboldeaux, whose self-titled fourth album on the Home Tapes label was a long time coming and worth the wait. Also on the bill: Moon Bounce, the electronic project of Philadelphia mixmaster Corey Regensburg.

Show details here. Pattern Is Movement's cover of D'Angelo's "Untitled (How Does It Feel)" is below. The good folks at Weathervane Music are the presenters. Music starts at 7:30 p.m.

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