Film at 4 and Final Coffeehouse at 6 from rock group Beloved Binge

May 5, 2013
4:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Old Parish House
4711 Knox Rd
College Park, MD

Musician and filmmaker Eleni Binge will be screening her documentary, "Seeing Through the Fence" at 4:00PM before Beloved Binge takes the stage, exploring the role of food in modern society through humorous and poignant interviews in the US and Greece with her family, 'random people' and activists.

Beloved Binge calls their style of music-making "rubble pop rooted in a punk pot".  Originally based in Seattle, the husband and wife duo relocated to Durham, NC nearly 10 years ago to become an integral part of the burgeoning 'Triangle' Arts Scene.  Combining their love for eclectic rock music with their passion for promoting awareness, empowerment and compassion for animal rights and community activism, Beloved Binge takes a fun, light-hearted and inclusive approach to their songwriting.  Primarily performing with drums and guitar, the duo also incorporates fun extras like synthesizers, loops, bouzouki and toy instruments, often playing multiple instruments at the same time.  http://belovedbinge.bandcamp.com