Atmospheric indie-rock band The Attic Ends is headed to Scottsdale on April 2 to play at Rogue. Based out of Brooklyn, the band is currently touring the western states after recently releasing their EP Stripped: A Live Recording in February. After forming in 2010 and releasing a debut album, the band worked three years to prepare for the set of their double EP. Since then the band has found their identity and sound. “Our music is one of personal reflection, empowerment and ultimately liberation,” says the band. Their sound has been described as “a spine-tingling mix of rock’s primal recklessness and the intricacy of brainy indie-pop, richly layered with appealing melodies and power pop vocals.” The ILL YORKER described them as “somewhat a blend of Bjork and The Cranberries,” and DC Rock Live described them as “early Banshees in a happy mood.” To experience the unique sounds of this four piece group live, make sure to head to Rogue on Thursday April 2 at 10 pm.
-By Suzanne Koch