Treefort Preview: Rubblebucket 

El Korah Shrine/Treefort Main Stage, Saturday, March 24

New York-based band Rubblebucket has a story that's undeniably human. Jazz musicians Kalmia Traver and Alex Toth have fallen in and out of love over the band's 11-year history, and lept hurdles ranging from ovarian cancer to alcoholism. Still, their indie-pop music remains sunny, and they'll bring that bright spot of optimism to Treefort on Sunday, March 24. On the Treefort website, Traver said that the title of Rubblebucket's latest album, Sun Machine (Grand Jury Music, 2018), is "a reference to the sun as this abundant natural resource we all have available to us—but it's also about the inner sun, the magma in our hearts." Catch Rubblebucket's set at El Korah (12:20 p.m.) or The Treefort Main Stage (4:30 p.m.) to hear life's lemons become sonic lemonade.


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