Field Medic w/ Sadurn

Ages 16 and up
Sunday, October 30
Doors: 7pm
$20

Globe Hall Presents Field Medic with Sadurn on Sunday, October 30 – 

Field Medic is the lo-fi folk project of Kevin Patrick Sullivan.  At eighteen, he discovered the music of Joni Mitchell and Bob Dylan, who changed his perspective on what a song could be and led to him developing his own style which he describes as “freak folk/post country with an emphasis on finger style guitar and lyrics.”

Sullivan initially embraced lo-fi because he felt that his home recordings were a truer method of expressing what he was creating than anything he could do in a studio. Drawing inspiration from new wave and rap, Sullivan pushed the boundaries of what a folk song could be, incorporating new elements in each subsequent release from analogue drum machines to Casio keyboards to banjo. The immediacy of that recording process and the freedom of experimentation inherent within are central to Field Medic’s character, extending through his music to his freestyle, improvised mixtapes and his poetry.


– 16+, under 16 admitted with ticketed guardian
Field Medic is the stage name of American lo-fi musician Kevin Patrick Sullivan. He began releasing music with his older brother Sean in 2009, initially as Westwood & Willow and then with drummer Andrew Skewes-Cox as Rin Tin Tiger. He debuted as Field Medic with his first EP titled Crushed Pennies. In 2015, Sullivan released his first full-length album titled Light Is Gone. In 2017, Sullivan released an EP titled if i shout that the revolutions in my blind heart have left me on the mend, would i still have to surrender to the tides to exorcise this possession?