Entries tagged with: White Out
photo: Lee Ranaldo in Chicago in 2012 (more by Sarah Frankie Linder)
Zeena Parkins (Bjork, Nels Cline, Lee Ranaldo, Phantom Orchard, etc), Ikue Mori (DNA, Phantom Orchard, Kim Gordon, Thurston Moore) Colin Marston (Krallice, Gorguts), Mick Barr (Krallice, Orthrelm), Toby Driver (Kayo Dot), Chuck Bettis, John Zorn and many other talented people can be found playing and curating East Village club The Stone in November and December.
Zeena is curating from November 17-22 and her residency kicks off with an 8 PM set with Nate Wooley and a 10 PM set with White Out on 11/7. Her group Phantom Orchard plays two sets on 11/18. Nels Cline and many more join her the days that follow. Check out her full schedule below. All upcoming events at The Stone can be seen HERE.
Meanwhile, a group of Stone regulars will be playing a special show at Santos Party House on November 11. The show is a benefit for the Film-Makers Cooperative called Live/Film/Sound/Tracks, which as the name implies will feature live-scoring of 16mm films from its collection. The impressive lineup of talent includes Alan Licht, Lee Ranaldo, Wollesonic, Bill Morrison, Lea Bertucci, Victoria Keddie with MV Carbon, Dafna Naphtali and Optipus with the Underworld Oscillator Corporation. Tickets are on sale now. The films screened will be announced the night of the event.
Lee Ranaldo, who we caught playing with The Cribs at Pop Montreal, has some solo shows coming up, including one in NYC at Trans-Pecos on November 13. Tickets for that show are still on sale.
Check out a video of Lee Ranaldo and Zeena Parkins performing together in 2012, along with the full schedule for Zeena's Stone residency, below...
photo: Sports at Baby's All Right in February (more by Amanda Hatfield)
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...
Future Punx, Pill, Eaters, Beth Israel, Heaven's Gate, Steep Leans, MPHO, Sneaks, WALL, Final Bloom, Justin Frye, Order of Operations @ Silent Bar
Dull Tools is bringing you this CMJ hangover party at Silent bar, which is up and running after some post-fire renovations. Pretty much every band on the label is playing and should be a lot of fun. The earlier you go, the cheaper admission is. Starts at 3 PM.
Owen Pallett/Les Mouches, Foxes In Fiction, Four Visions, Infinity Crush, Yohuna @ Orchid Tapes living room
Indie label Orchid Tapes is throwing this tiny post-CMJ party in their living room (only 35 people admitted) and most excitingly, Owen Pallett is on board to revisit songs from his old trio Les Mouches. They reissued their album You're Worth More To Me Than 1000 Christians on Orchid Tapes over the summer.
Man Man, Prince Rama @ Brooklyn Bowl
There really aren't any bands quite like either Man Man or Prince Rama, so needless to say, fans of eccentric music may want to be at Brooklyn Bowl tonight.
Oshun, Proda, Khalil @ C'mon Everybody
Oshun released their debut mixtape this year which they self-describe as "Floetry meets Lauryn Hill meets Chief Keef" which is pretty spot on.
White Out with Nels Cline, Mountains @ (le) poisson rouge
There's no doubt that guitarist Nels Cline is a master of his instrument (well, maybe if you're Mark Kozelek there is) and he's also extremely prolific in several projects. His group White Out have a new album called Accidental Sky on Northern Spy, and this is the release show. Local drone duo Mountains are not to miss either.
Razor, Blood Feast, Resistance, Anvil Bitch, Darkside NYC, Sweet Magma @ Saint Vitus
This is the final day of Brooklyn's Rage of Armageddon festival at Saint Vitus, which brings together a number of veteran death and thrash bands. It's Razor's second night at the festival, and they're promising an entirely different set.
Sam Amidon, Aoife O'Donovan, Thomas Bartlett @ St. Anne's Warehouse
This is the opening celebration for the new location of St. Ann's Warehouse and it's got a trio of great musicians on board.
Subhumans, Orphans, Opposition Rising @ The Acheron
It's the second of two nights for punk legends Subhumans at the up close and personal Bushwick club Acheron. Punk fans should not miss this.
Bethlehem Steel, Fern Mayo, Diet Cig, Downies, Comfy, PWR BTTM, I Tried To Run Away When I Was 6, Vagabon, Hiccup, Sports, ROMP, Nicholas Nicholas @ Palisades
CMJ might be officially over, but Father/Daughter and Miscreant are throwing their joint showcase today. It starts at 3:30 PM and goes til around midnight, and it's pretty stacked. Especially of note is Ohio's Sports, who have basically said they're done touring (so catch 'em while you can!).
The Wonder Years, Motion City Soundtrack, State Champs, You Blew It! @ Webster Hall
The Wonder Years are a polished pop punk band that even people who don't normally listen to polished pop punk could get into. It's emotional, cathartic stuff, and it's even better live. Motion City Soundtrack are another (slightly older) band who also push the boundaries of that genre, and You Blew It! are a newer band who do a lot of justice to '90s emo.
Michael Chapman, Steve Gunn, Bridget St. John @ WFMU Monty Hall
Two legends of the '60s British folk scene, Michael Chapman and Bridget St John, come together for this show. Opening is a much newer artist (who probably takes inspiration from that era), Steve Gunn.
For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our NYC concert calendar.
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Retrovirus, no wave legend Lydia Lunch's project with Weasel Walter (Flying Luttenbachers, Behold... The Arctopus), Bob Bert (Sonic Youth) and Tim Dahl (Child Abuse), have some shows coming up this month and next. They play LA this weekend, two New Zealand shows in August, and NYC's Le Poisson Rouge on August 23. Tickets for LPR are on sale now. All dates are listed below.
In related news, Nicolas Jaar will release a collection from Lydia Lunch's former band Teenage Jesus and the Jerks on his Other People label. It's called Live 1977-1979, and includes recordings from NYC's Max's Kansas City and CBGB and Toronto's Horseshoe Tavern. That follows Other People reissuing Lydia's Conspiracy of Women earlier this year.
Lydia isn't the only legendary no wave musician playing LPR in August. Three days later, Ikue Mori will be there playing a collaborative set with guitar great Marc Ribot. They'll be opening for Earth, for whom it's the first of two NYC stops on their tour. Tickets for that show are still available, and we're also giving away a pair on Facebook.
Ikue also plays Roulette on Saturday (8/1), and has a bunch of upcoming appearances at The Stone. She plays there August 10 with Bruce Ackley, Mike Lockwood and Jen Baker, and twice in September during vocal quartet Mycale's residency. That includes 9/17 with Mycale and 9/20 with Sylvie Courvoisier and Jim Black.
She then plays Jon Rose's October residency on 10/11 with Rose and John Medeski. After that, she plays 8 PM and 10 PM sets on November 18 during Zeena Parkins' residency. The early set is Ikue and Zeena, and the late set has that duo joined by Erik Friedlander and Cyro Baptista. Other artists playing Zeena's residency include Nate Wooley, White Out, Nels Cline, Okkyung Lee, and more. Full schedule here.
Lastly (for now), Ikue plays the 12/18 date of Chuck Bettis' residency with Bettis and Sylvie Courvoisier. We mentioned earlier today that Chuck's residency also includes Mick Barr, who has his own residency at the venue in August. That one includes an 8/19 show with Retrovirus member Tim Dahl.
Watch a live Retrovirus video, with their list of tour dates, below...
Thurston Moore on the 'Station to Station' tour (more by Lukas Hodge)
As discussed, Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore is playing two New Year's Eve shows at The Stone, an early one with John Zorn, and a late one with Mike Watt. Since we last spoke, we realized those shows are actually part of Thurston's residency at the venue, which kicks off on NYE and continues through January 5. He's curating for the week, and also performing with different collaborators each night.
Most notably, the residency has him performing with Sonic Youth drummer Steve Shelley for two shows on 1/3, with Chelsea Light Moving drummer John Moloney for two shows on 1/4, and with another CLM member, Samara Lubelski, on 1/2. Probably don't expect Sonic Youth or Chelsea Light Moving songs though. He'll also be performing with NYC experimental duo White Out (who have releases on Thurston's Ecstatic Peace label) on the final night (1/5). The full schedule and an updated list of Chelsea Light Moving tour dates are below.
Meanwhile, as we speak, avant guitarist/banjoist Eugene Chadbourne's residency at the venue is underway. It kicked off this past Tuesday (10/29) and included his Halloween show at the venue last night (10/31). It continues with Eugene playing as a duo with Tatsuya Nakatani tonight (11/1), solo on Saturday (11/2), and as part of a 5-piece on Sunday (11/3).
Most of the other Nov/Dec curators are all notable jazz musicians and improvisers. One that's especially exciting to us is Ikue Mori, drummer of seminal no wave band DNA, 1/3 of Death Ambient (with Fred Frith and Kato Hideki), and a frequent collaborator of John Zorn, Mike Patton, various members of Sonic Youth, and more. She curates/performs at The Stone from December 17-22 and collaborators for the week include Zeena Parkins, Fred Frith, Sylvie Courvoisier, John Zorn and more, plus a "SPECIAL SURPRISE BAND" TBA on 12/20. Full schedule for her residency below.
In related news, Ikue Mori plays a previously discussed special Body/Head trio set with B/H members Kim Gordon and Bill Nace at the Kim Gordon benefit at Issue Project Room.
Then, from December 25-29 at The Stone, it's the annual John Zorn end of the year improv week, leading up to Thurston Moore's NYE shows. Zorn will be joined by multiple other improvisers throughout the week, including Thurston Moore, Ikue Mori, Sylvie Courvoisier, Erik Friedlander, Okkyung Lee, and many more. Full schedule below.
All mentioned Stone residency schedules, along with Chelsea Light Moving dates, below...
by Andrew Sacher
Pop weirdo Gary War will release his new album, Jared's Lot, on July 24 via Spectrum Pools. That's the cover art above. Two tracks from that album -- "Muscle Dysmorphia" and "Superlifer" -- can be streamed below, along with seven-and-a-half minute album preview stream. If you like druggy synth pop and robot alien vocals, give those a listen.
Gary War will be supporting the new album with a run of dates this August, but just before that, he'll play a record release show in NYC at Le Poisson Rouge on July 30 with White Out with Hahn Rowe and No Fun Acid. Tickets for the NYC show are on sale now.
All dates are listed below, along with those streams...
The second-annual Spy Music Festival happens June 29th through July 15th, featuring "46 sets of music at 7 venues in Manhattan and Brooklyn." That's a big expansion from last year when it took place on two nights at Shea Stadium and Zebulon. This year's fest, run by the folks at Northern Spy Records, will happen at Union Pool, the Issue Project Room, The Stone, Vaudeville Park, 285 Kent, Death by Audio and Roulette. Amongst the artists performing are Rhys Chatham, Matthew Shipp, Dustin Wong, Arthur Doyle, Eugene Chadbourne, PG Six, Guardian Alien and Magik Markers.
The full Spy Music Festival schedule -- bands, venues, prices -- is below. There's no all-inclusive festival pass, but tickets to all the shows are available here. And the fest organizers have also made a sampler featuring the artists performing this year and you can stream that below as well.
FOUR NIGHTS celebrating the incredible, dynamic, explosively creative jazz, instrumental, and adventurous music being made in New York City.The 2012 Undead Music Festival (formerly known as Undead Jazz Fest) starts Wednesday (5/9) with three shows in Greenwich Village, including a Tonic reunion happening at Le Poisson Rouge on Wednesday, 5/9. (There's a Tonic Reunion tonight at The Stone tonight, 5/7, too, unreleated to the Undead fest.)
May 9th: A Marathon of Concerts in Greenwich Village
May 10th: Medeski, Martin & Wood & ?? at Brooklyn Masonic Temple, featuring So Percussion, Steven Bernstein, Vernon Reid & more!!
May 11th: Night Of The Living DIY in Brooklyn, Seattle, Norway & more...
May 12th: Improvised Round Robin Duets at 92Y Tribeca
Lovingly and tirelessly organized by Adam Schatz of Search & Restore, and Brice Rosenbloom of BoomCollective.
Other Undead performers include Medeski, Martin & Wood at Brooklyn Masonic Temple on Thursday (5/10) and a multi-venue "Night of the Living DIY" on Friday (5/11) which includes the previously mentioned Bjorkestra show at the new Shapeshifer Lab (which meanwhile is hosting two nights of Undead-presented shows with Nels Cline, Tim Berne & Jim Black).
Thurston Moore has been responsible for choosing the lineups at The Stone since April 16th. Upcoming Thurston-curated shows include U.S. Girls (tonight, 4/21), "Kim Gordon with Guest" on 4/23 which is right before a Talk Normal performance on the same day, and Nancy Garcia on 4/29. Thurston's reign ends on 4/30. Check the Stone's site for the whole calendar.
Thurston, who recently played a Japan benefit, has his own shows coming up at Music Hall of Williamsburg, in Northampton, at the Pitchfork Festival, and as part of his White Out project on a bill with Metal Mountains and Bardo Pond at Le Poisson Rouge on June 18th.
For more Sonic Youth, Steve Shelley also has shows coming up, both as part of Disappears and Spectre Folk.
One day after they play the Stone, Talk Normal share a bill with Grass Widow (like they did when they opened for Sonic Youth in Prospect Park), Broken Water and Tara Jane O'Neil at Death By Audio.
Negative Approach in Austin 2009 (more)
Bad Brilliance at Santos in 2009 (more by Andrew Frisicano)
today in NYC
* daytime stuff
* Si*Se @ The Bell House
* Matt Welch @ The Stone
* Chi-Chi Glass @ Barbes
* Dub Is A Weapon @ Zebulon
* Cynthia Hopkins @ Barbes
* Rock the Bells @ Governors Island
* Mister Saturday Night w/ Theo Parrish
* Rangda, Major Stars, Meg Baird @ Cake Shop
* Dean Parrish, The Black Hollies @ Southpaw
* Orphan, Eric Copeland, Bad Dream @ Union Pool
* Classixx, Punches, Eli Escobar @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Hahn Rowe, Roger Kleier, Annie Gosfield @ The Stone
* These United States, Roadside Graves @ Mercury Lounge
* Jones Street Station, Last Good Tooth @ Mercury Lounge
* Big Freedia, DJ Rusty Lazer, House of Ladosha @ Coco 66
* Data Dog, Lost Boy?, Food Stamps, Villanelles @ Don Pedro
* Robbers On High Street, Only Son, New Numbers @ The Rock Shop
* Wild Nothing, Blank Dogs, Cosmetics, MINKS @ Bowery Ballroom
* Magic Bullets, Blood Orange, The Cinnamon Band, Beach Combers @ Pianos
* Starkweather, Raw Radar War, The Communion, PanzerBastard @ The Acheron
* The Specific Heats, Knight School, Moonmen On The Moon, Man @ Glasslands
* Raw Radar War, Starkweather, The Communion, Panzerbastard @ The Acheron
* Dinosaur Feathers, Lonnie Walker, The Fatty Acids, Hospitality @ Littlefield
* Exodus, Malevolent Creation, Holy Grail, Bonded By Blood @ Gramercy Theatre
* Autolux, This Will Destroy You, Light Pollution @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
* The Jaguar Club, The Cloud Room, The Vita Ruins, Gold Streets @ Union Hall
* Quilt, Sweet Bulbs, Red Romans (of Beach Fossils), Total Slacker @ Silent Barn
* Bare Wires, Unnatural Helpers, Library on Fire, Violent Soho @ Dead Herring (moved from Bruar)
* Hello Nurse, Left Me Bashful, Dead Stars, Morning Fuzz, The Twees @ The Studio at Webster Hall
* Birthday Cake, X-Stina Ballerina, GOJOE, Bad Brilliance, The Penniless Loafers @ Santos Party House
* White Out w/ Thurston Moore, Carlos Giffoni and C Spencer Yeh Duo, Fat Worm of Error @ Knitting Factory
* Negative Approach, Tesco Vee, Pissed Jeans, Hellmouth, Mind Eraser, New Lows ('Why be Something You're Not'/Touch And Go Fanzine' Release Party) @ Santos Party House
This is part 2 of What's Going On Saturday, Check out Part One too.
Soul party Dig Deeper hosts Dean Parrish and The Black Hollies at Southpaw tonight. Dig Deeper is also responsible for the upcoming Brooklyn Soul Festival at the Bell House featuring, among others, Eli Paperboy Reed who also plays a free show at the J&R MusicFest today.
Bad Brilliance will reveal himself. or so he says, tonight at Santos, which is unrelated to the Negative Approach/Tesco Vee show also happening at Santos tonight. A Bad Brilliance video promo for the show (not for children) below...
"Due to issues beyond my control, we had to move the show from Bruar Falls to Dead Herring"
Hello Nurse play The Studio on the same night The Cloud Room play Union Hall. The fact that neither venue existed back then aside, it's a 2006 flashback.
THE FIRST 100 PEOPLE TO THE MERCH BOOTH AT BOWERY TONIGHT:
CT-78: Bowery Ballroom free giveaway.----
A tape and CD-R (both with the same tracks on it)
100% exclusive to this release. It will not be available digital.
Only 100 are being made, all numbered.
First 100 people to the merch table get one. Limit one per ticketholder.
1. Wild Nothing "Introduction"
2. Blank Dogs "Floorboards"
3. Zodiacs "Black Dreams"
Thurston w/ Sonic Youth @ MHOW in November (more by Lori Baily)
Thurston Moore will join White Out (noisemaking duo Lin Culbertson and Tom Surgal) for what, according to their website, is the only the group's third show this year. It happens Friday, December 18th at (Le) Poisson Rouge, and headlining will be Philly psych-rock band Bardo Pond (both acts are on Thurston's Ecstatic Peace label). Tickets are still on sale.
White Out put out two records this year, both recordings of live shows. Senso, captured at the now-defunct downtown club Tonic on December 18, 2004, and featuring Thurston Moore and Jim O'Rourke, came out in September on Ecstatic Peace. The other record, Live at No Fun LP, has guests Spencer Yeh and Carlos Giffoni. It came out on No Fun Productions and was recorded at No Fun Fest 2008 (...both run by Giffoni).
Bardo Pond's only other NYC show this year was at No Fun Fest 2009. They played the same night as Sonic Youth. Their most recent release, peri, is, like batholith before it, a "collection of tracks that were close to the band's heart but for various reasons had never been released."
White Out videos and a show flyer are below...
A video trailer for the new double album SENSO by White Out with Jim O'Rourke and Thurston Moore on Ecstatic Peace, below...