In something right out of a Bradbury story or Gilliam film, former Neutral Milk Hotel bass and singing-saw player Julian Koster is bringing his latest endeavor to the First Unitarian Church basement on February 4th. Titled The Music Tapes Present: The Traveling Imaginary, Koster’s new project takes place inside a mystical circus tent created specifically for this tour where anything can happen (some things that will happen are songs and stories; some things that might happen are games, movies and magic).
Of the traveling show, Koster says:
If you made a circus tent out of blankets in your room when you were a little kid and then fell asleep, it’s like the dream you would have.
The Traveling Imaginary tour is in support of The Music Tapes’ latest album Mary’s Voice and continues Koster’s tradition of creating surreal experiences for his audiences, the multi-instrumentalist having initially been a member of the Elephant 6 Collective. Tickets for the event will be available soon; below, watch a trailer for The Music Tapes’ Traveling Imaginary.
The Music Tapes – Traveling Imaginary (Trailer) from Merge Records on Vimeo.