When: Sun., April 1, 8 p.m. 2012
Sharon Van Etten is on a serious rise. Once known mostly for her contributions on other rising indie band tracks like The Antlers' “Thirteen” and The National's “Think You Can Wait,” Van Etten has come into her own on her acclaimed third album Tramp, released on Jagjaguwar early this year. She didn't break from those who helped give her a boost, though. The National's Aaron Dressner produced and recorded this album, and guested on it as well (with his brother Bryce Dessner, Beirut singer Zach Condon, Wye Oak's Jenn Wasner and The Walkmen's Matt Barrick). She'll perform with The War on Drugs, another Bloomington label-bound band (this time, Secretly Canadian) with a rapidly rising profile.
Price: $13 + fees