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Interactive: March 13–17  •  Film: March 13–21  •  Music: March 17–22

Born Cages

Friday, March 20
7:00PM - 7:30PM

Tap Room at The Market
311 Colorado St


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When Vlad Holiday chose the name Born Cages, it was meant as a statement on his view of human nature. Drawing on the experiences of his youth into being an aspiring New York musician, it appeared that from the outset, people are trapped, boxed in, restrained. Likewise, the perceived negativity in the title of Born Cages' bold debut LP I'm Glad I'm Not Me hides a relentless optimism. As opposed to despair, there's triumph in the breakthrough of recognizing how "me" belongs in scare quotes, that the self is most often comprised of the assumptions and projections that society places on a person. Born Cages. I'm Glad I'm Not Me. It's lyrical in a way, a call-and-response chant that cries freedom.

Call it populist music for those no longer willing to take solace in solitude, a soundtrack to be shared on the path to self-discovery. I'm Glad I'm Not Me was recorded at Mission Sound (Arctic Monkeys, Metric, Matt & Kim) in Brookl...

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