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!
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.
We are honored to be part of Zeena Parkins’s week long residency at The Stone in NYC. Our set is at 10pm and The Stone is at 2nd Street and Avenue C. This is a pic of us performing together at the Whitney a while back.
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.
You can grab a free download of Puddled Leavings. It originally appeared on a cassette compilation by Unexplainable Recordings. Hope you have a Happy Holidays!!!
We are pleased to announce the imminent release of our brand new album ASPHALT AND DELAY on the audioMER Label. Recorded over an extended period of time, in a secret midtown Manhattan location high above the city streets, this is our first record devoted entirely to duo improvisations. The LP also features striking silkscreen cover art by Yoko Tack.
Thanks a lot to John from Eardrum and East Village Radio for some pieces about our curation.
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