Yes, we agree that Valentine’s Day is a Hallmark holiday invented in order to make single people suffer and promote consumption blah blah blah. This is why we’ve partnered with the Wordless Music Series for An Evening of Sensual Machine Music at NYC’s (Le) Poisson Rouge, an event that conveniently bucks anti-V-Day sentiment through the power of undeniably gorgeous/interesting music. On the eve of February 14th, check out live sets from Ghostly’s The Sight Below and Lusine, reverb-y guitar girl Grouper, and pianist Michael Brofman playing pieces by Erik “furniture music” Satie. Dinner will also be served. Tickets are available now. Fancy food, nice people, booze, various strains of sophisticated, electronic-minded ambient music – this is how Ghostly does romance.