Looks like we will be performing on June 2nd at 7:00pm in a beautiful old church on West 57th Street. The festival has a indiegogo page to help raise money for their expenses. We will be playing with our old friend and Downtown audio/visual pioneer David Linton.
The venue is The Church For all Nations.
It is located at 417 West 57th Street (between 9th and 10th Aves.), New York, NY 10019
Rhythm in the Kitchen 2012
We are psyched to announce that we will be participating in a Tonic Reunion show, as part of the UnDead Music Festival May 9th at Le Poisson Rouge, with special guest lap guitar conjurer Bill Nace.
Get more info about the show here.
You can now obtain Asphalt and Delay from these fine stores in New York City.
15 E 4th St
(between Astor Pl & Broadway)
New York, NY 10003
96 N 6th St
(between Bedford Ave & Berry St)
Brooklyn, NY 1121
The answers to all your burning questions.
White Out Q&A
Here are a couple of nice mentions for our Record Release show this Sunday.
Feb. 26: White Out celebrates the release of its subtle and powerful fifth album, “Asphalt and Delay.” Formed in 1995, this genre-defying duo—Tom Surgal, on percussion, and Lin Culbertson, on synthesizers, voice, and flute—is known for frequent collaborations with more prominent but equally adventurous musicians, such as Thurston Moore and Jim O’Rourke. The improvised songs on the record move seamlessly between richly textured, almost delicate moments and dense, noisy climaxes. For this show, the Swedish guitarist Anders Nilsson will be their guest. The gentle avant-blues guitar master Loren Connors opens.
Sunday, February 26
White Out Record Release Show
Local experimental twosome White Out (composed of Tom Surgal and Lin Culbertson) offer this free evening of musicality at Zebulon in support of their latest album, Asphalt and Delay. The duo have an off-kilter sound that speaks to their anti-establishment roots—exactly the sort of thing you’d expect from the kinds of folks who’ve previously collaborated with the likes of Thurston Moore and Jim O’Rourke.
We are going to be guests on the Live Constructions show on WKCR. We will be playing some tracks off the new record Asphalt and Delay as well as other material including some boss live unreleased jams.
You can stream it here.
Major props to Bruce Russell for his very kind and eloquent words.
Wanted to let everybody know that we are having a record release show for our new LP Asphalt and Delay. Guitar man Anders Nilsson will be sitting in with us.
Also on the bill living legend Loren Connors and instrumental super group Eleven Twenty-Nine which features Tom Carter, Mark Orleans, and Michael Evans.
Hope you all can make the scene. Admission is free.
258 Wythe Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11211
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!!!