Sleeping Village

An Intimate Evening With

Hemlock, Allegra Krieger, Tasha

Ages 21 and up
Monday, September 26
DOORS: 8:30pm | SHOW: 9pm
ADV $12 / DOS $14 / Day Of : $14

Hemlock is the “phone-fi” bedroom folk project of swamp-raised musician Carolina Chauffe and various collaborators, currently based in Chicago, IL. Often bare-boned and bittersweet, this is means-to-an-end modern-day folk art for the eager-hearted. A practice of gratitude to the here and now, swaying with rich sun-glinted harmonies and tender finger-picking. A delicate and captivating sonic collage of memories. An experiment of honest vulnerability, with open arms. Their recent release, ‘talk soon’, is an interstate saga guided along by voicemails and spanning cross-country moves, reimagined relationships, and an ever-evolving idea of home. Pull up a chair and stay a while. 

Allegra Krieger is a New York-based songwriter & composer. With emotive lyricism and explorative harmony, her songs are at once cathartic and compelling. She lives in a 5th floor walk-up apartment in Chinatown, and writes mostly in the morning with the windows open. She works as a bartender in the evening and prefers to walk to work. She likes most things that are likeable, and some things that are objectionable. Allegra was born in Pennsylvania, moved to Florida, back to Pennsylvania, and has since spent significant time in California, North Carolina, and many other places that she can’t remember, before settling in the city of apples and tall structures. Structure is imperative to Allegra’s creative process, like stairs are to a staircase. The truth is, I am Allegra, and I really don’t have much more to say. Writing and making music is my greatest love. Thank You!

Tasha’s second album, Tell Me What You Miss The Most mingles pockets of introspection with wide, expansive, marveling at what’s yet to come. Born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, Tasha is a musician who writes songs that take loving and longing seriously. Whether dwelling in the sad thrum of an impending break up or the dizzying, heart thumping waltz of new infatuation, here is an album that traces one artist’s relationship to herself in love. Full of deep, invigorating inhales and relieved, joyful exhales, Tell Me What You Miss The Most is an exquisitely crafted breath of much needed air.