Close Out March with Sandro Perri at Mercury Lounge

March 30th, 2012

Sandro Perri began making experimental electronic music under the name Polmo Polpo more than a decade ago. He went on to self-release several 12″ records. But eventually he decided to pursue a different kind of music, and touring under his own name, the Toronto musician began playing folk-inflected songs, some of them reworked compositions of his Polmpo Polpo stuff. It was less electronic and more singer-songwriter. Last fall, Perri (above, playing “Impossible Spaces”) released his second LP under his own name, the well-received Impossible Spaces, and you can see him tomorrow night at Mercury Lounge.