The Windup Space is a bar/arts venue in the heart of the Station Arts North Arts and Entertainment District. There is gallery space, independant film, live music, and a very large bar.
Inside the Windup Space on North Avenue, Amy Cavanaugh of the local instrumental rock quartet Yeveto steps from behind her cello and hops off the stage. Ben Hoffman, in a black dress shirt and slacks, rests his drumsticks on the snare and joins her. Keyboardist Russell de Ocampo (also the Windup’s proprietor) and guitarist Gregory Rago, each with beards—Rago’s of most impressive length, obscuring his mouth—walk up from the opposite direction and take seats with the others on the edge of the stage. It’s a Sunday afternoon in late October. The band has been getting ready for the release show for Remote Unelectrified Villages, its third record since forming in 2004. Together, they appear in a hazy, placid happiness.
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