Dirt House

“Come Over" EP Release Show

Dirt House

Kait Berreckman, Jim Schroeder Quintet

Sat 6/30/18

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm (event ends at 12:00 am)

$8 ADV/$10 DOS

This event is all ages

Dirt House
Dirt House
Dirt House, an endearing designation for a childhood play place of pretending, dreaming, and imagining futures, is now the name of one of Omaha's newest songwriting projects.

Dirt House is Annie Dilocker, a long time contributor to Omaha talent, now offering up a piece of her own soul, backed by Miwi La Lupa (Team Love Records, Tigershrimp Records) on bass, Roger Lewis (The Good Life, Neva Dinova, Conduits) on drums, and Amy Carey Bishop (making musical debut) on violin.

Dirt House releases their first EP, "Come Over," on June 29th, a compilation of songs Annie started writing in late 2015. After a number of intimate performances during 2016, Annie recruited her friends Miwi and Roger, who had been encouraging her to start a band, for support. Also during the writing process, Annie could hear strings in her music and asked Amy, classically trained, to join the group. Jim Schroeder (UUVVWWZ, David Nance Group) has more recently lent his atmospheric guitar talents to both the EP and upcoming live shows.

An exciting intersection of lyric and sound, Dirt House lays strong, enduring beats that leave room for soft vocals and surprise harmonies that push back and steer the moment. Annie's tender but constant voice brings honest words of experience and emotion that spin beautiful scenarios and true feeling against bright swells of excitement and valleys of full instrumental play.

Watch for announcements about the “Come Over” EP release on the Dirt House Facebook page.
Kait Berreckman
Kait Berreckman
Battle Scenes (2016) is the long-awaited second full-length album from native Nebraskan, Kait Berreckman. Songs about internal struggle masked by external poise sung with unapologetic authenticity, backed by crisp and honest rock ‘n’ roll fill the nine-track album to the brim with guts and imagination. Berreckman’s signature pop-coated folk-rock from her 2011 release, Conservation, remains intact, but with a rockier edge. Now based out of Denver, Colorado, she continues to craft vulnerable songs and hone her heavy-hearted tone despite the relentless sunshine of the mile-high city.
Venue Information:
Slowdown - Front Room
729 North 14th Street
Omaha, NE, 68102
http://www.theslowdown.com