We were just sent a video of a performance at Other Music record store from the nascent days of the White Out project. David Nuss is rocking the cello. You can check out the entire set at our YouTube page.
White Out has contributed a track entitled Another Windmill to The Hired Hands – A Tribute to Bruce Langhorne, a compilation of compositions by Bruce Langhorne interpreted by various artists. You can visit the Scissor Tail Records Bandcamp page to listen and purchase. We are very pleased that we could add our interpretation to this great project.
Hey everyone, we are playing this show with friends Collapsing Scenery (their record release) and Excepter. The Knockdown Center is a very cool venue, Check it out!
We are hitting the road for a show with Fred Frith at Lawrence University in Appleton, WI on September 24th. Very psyched for the opportunity to play with Fred. Here is a link to the festival info. The festival is free so if you are in Appleton, come on by!
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.
Just caught the tail end of Non Plus post show Karaoke at the Smog Cutter. What a night!
We got a pick in the LA Weekly.
Thank you to Christopher Reid Martin, Gabie Strong, and Andrew Scott for setting up this killer show. Beautiful poster by Christopher Reid Martin.
White Out is taking a trip to the West Coast and playing this excellent show in Los Angeles with Bill Nace. Many thanks to Devin Sarno of GE Stinson/Devin Sarno/Danny Frankel trio for setting it up. Here’s the poster by Bill Nace.
Vinyl is back. I know because our album Accidental Sky is at both Target and Best Buy and available for ordering with NO SHIPPING! If there is an adventurous soul on your Christmas list maybe this is just the thing. The vinyl sounds incredibly detailed due in a large part to Paul Gold’s mastering no doubt.