Los Angeles ruled!

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Photo by Imprint Culture Lab

The shows in LA were super stylin’ and we met so many great people! Thanks Bill Nace, Christopher Reid Martin, Gabie Strong, Andrew Scott, Devin Sarno, Michael Morley, Kim Gordon, Telecaves, G.E. Stinson, Danny Frankel, The Smell, Non Plus Ultra, and all the music supporters out there. Here is a link to one person’s impressions of the show at Non Plus Ultra.

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Just caught the tail end of Non Plus post show Karaoke at the Smog Cutter. What a night!
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We got a pick in the LA Weekly.

A whole mess of press for our new LP “Accidental Sky”

Here are some links to a bunch of reviews for the new LP Accidental Sky. Thanks to everyone who listened!

“In a world where many will release countless recordings every year, the infrequency of White Out missives means they are something to be eagerly anticipated and cherished on arrival. Accidental Sky is both these things and more.” Free Jazz Collective
“Accidental Sky rolls and rumbles beautifully throughout its seven adventurous tracks… what impresses most is the overall interplay — these are musicians who are actually listening closely to one another, no matter how far out they go in their improvisations.” Other Music
“Wade into the haze and scramble your mind.” The Big Takeover
Relix Magazine by Jesse Jarnow
Free Jazz Collective by Matthew Grigg
Dalton Sound  by Tim Owen
Gappelgate Guitar and Bass Blog by Grego Applegate Edwards
Dusted by Justin Cober-Lake
Something Else by S. Victor Aaron
Tiny Mix Tapes by jrodriguez6
Other Music by Tyler Wilcox

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The Big Takeover 
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Accidental Sky at Other Music

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Other Music has some nice words to say about the new release.

Vinyl out on 11/27. An invigorating free-rock workout from New York’s long-running White Out two piece and six-string wizard Nels Cline, Accidental Sky rolls and rumbles beautifully throughout its seven adventurous tracks. Noise lovers will be pleased: the album offers plenty of blistering guitar action, skittering drumkit attacks and clattering keyboards. But in the end, what impresses most is the overall interplay — these are musicians who are actually listening closely to one another, no matter how far out they go in their improvisations. And White Out and Cline also allow space for more introspective moments: dig the lovely flute line that wafts mysteriously in and out of “Under a Void Moon” or the graceful, calm closer “Soft Nameless Absolute.” (October 16, 2015)

You can order the record HERE.