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      November 6, 2018

      Tuesday   8:00 PM

      729 North Fourteenth Street
      Omaha, Nebraska 68102

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      Wild Nothing

      with Men I Trust
      Although civilizations transition into a cyborg world seems inevitable, there are still those who recognize the beauty and power of a human touch to complement the circumvention. Jack Tatum understands this balance, and through a decade making music as Wild Nothing he has learned to embrace both sides of that dynamicbut perhaps never as distinctly as on Indigo, the fourth Wild Nothing album. On one hand, it is a return to the fresh, transcendent sweep of his debut, 2010s Gemini, and on the other, a culmination of heights reached, paths traveled, and lessons learned while creating the follow-ups, Nocturne and Life of Pause. Indigo finds Tatum at his most efficient, calculated, and confidentresulting in an artful blend of hi-fi humanity and technology that fires on all circuits and synapses.Whereas Gemini was the sound of Tatum making the album he imagined in his bedroom and 2012s Nocturne was the result of his first turn in a proper studio, followed by 2016s Life of Pause, a multi-studio tinkering odyssey spanning time and spaces, this 2018 maturation finds Tatum arriving at total creative openness. "My entire 20s have been spent on this project, and in that sense you inherently find the limitations in what you make," Tatum says. "With the last record I was trying to stretch out as far as I could, but with Indigo Ive created something that has homed in on its own identity. My life has become less about chasing these creative bursts and more about learning to channel my creativity."Every note, every sound, every breath on a Wild Nothing release is intentional, and Tatum admits to exhausting every possibility in his quest for perfectionan arc familiar to all artists. Like the novelist who admits to gratuitousness in their early works, Tatum speaks to learning concision. "I've been a musician since age 10," he says. "Its always been fun for me, and there is always going to be a part of making music that feels like a puzzle: how do I put these pieces together to create something?"

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