It's a benefit built for success.
Boise's Built to Spill finished its California tour just in time to play the Neurolux to help out one of the city's newest nonprofits: the Boise Hive.
Boise Weekly readers first learned about Boise Hive at the beginning of summer, when we chatted with an ambitious group of musicians and music enthusiasts who came together to create a space where musicians could practice and rehearse on the cheap, but where they could also find resources to help with mental, physical and financial issues (BW, Culture, "Boise Hive Comes Alive," May 28, 2014).
Openers for Built to Spill include The Hand, as well as Storie Grubb and the Holy Wars, a self-described "genre mixed media art project/art rock."
Proceeds from the show benefit the Boise Hive.