Win tickets to Vandaveer’s show this Saturday

Vandaveer is making a triumphant return to Lexington this weekend with his show at Natasha’s. His new record is a fantastic display of song craftsmanship and fantastic vocals. Here’s the best part: he’s even better live. If you want to go for free, here’s your chance.

To enter to win, leave a comment with your name and email address. I’ll pick and email a winner on Friday.

UPDATE: Mark says he’ll throw in a copy of his new CD as well. So much to win!

You should plan on going to this show, win or lose. Here’s all the info you’ll need.

at Natasha’s
Saturday May 14
8pm | $10

[video] Vandaveer: “Dig Down Deep”

Incredible. Vandaveer must have some insanely talented friends, because this guy keeps putting out A+ beautiful music videos despite having minimal financial backing. This new one for “Dig Down Deep” features a bunch of said friends, including These United States, and looks like a million bucks.

Dig Down Deep is out now.

And if you haven’t seen his video for “Mighty Leviathan of Old”, I’d highly recommend it.

[VIDEO] Vandaveer: “The Nature of Our Kind”

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Paste shared this new Vandaveer video yesterday. The video’s good, but man this song is great. The backing music on this track is different from what you might expect from Mark, but the deep dirtiness works so well with his clean and clear vocals.

Dig Down Deep is out April 26. Vandaveer tour dates below.

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[MP3] Vandaveer: “Concerning Past and Future Conquests” // Dig Down Deep out April 26

Former-but-always Lexingtonian Vandaveer has a new album that’s just about ready for our ears. He’s offering this first MP3 up to anyone who signs up for his guestlist. I’ve decided to be slightly presumptuous and post it here, but if you dig him, do the right thing and sign up.

MP3: Vandaveer – Concerning Past and Future Conquests
Vandaveer’s always been a slow, gentle songwriter, but this on this one he’s even more introspective than normal. When I read the title, I figured this would be a High Fidelityish take on former women — but that seemed unlikely knowing how he is. Turns out it’s a bit more in line with a personal assessment of himself.