Concert preview: Kississippi
The title of Kississippi's new EP, We Have No Future, We're All Doomed, conjures images of a shadowy post-punk band bashing out slate gray rumblers devoid of color.
Instead, the duo, which consists of Zoë Allaire Reynolds and Colin James Kupson, specializes in heartfelt, emotionally naked recordings that project bedroom intimacy.
"I can't move because he's comfortable there," Reynolds sings on the hushed "Indigo," "His legs tangled in mine/ Hands tangled in hair." The pair manages a similarly snug embrace with its music.
9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 2
2507 Summit St., North Campus