Posts Tagged ‘Gordon Withers’

Arts Roundup: Banned For Life Edition

Plus: David Combs talks The Max Levine Ensemble, Spoonboy, and death.

Watch: Gordon Withers, ‘Lost Thought’

We're premiering a new video from experimental cellist Gordon Withers.

Arts Roundup: Because Jay Carney Thinks It’s Cool Edition

U.S. Royalty wins a crucial endorsement from White House Press Secretary Jay Carney. [Post]
D.C. cellist Gordon Withers and his wife Cathy appear on the new album from Swervedriver's Adam Franklin. [Gordon Withers]
Forehead slap of the day: "I don’t know about how things work in Washington, but here in Baltimore ... 'indie' means supporting and being supported [...]

Listen: In Pleasant Company, a Benefit Compilation for Jason Noble

Jason Noble, formerly of the Louisville, Ky., bands Rodan, Shipping News, and Rachel's, died Saturday morning in Bethesda, Md. Struggling with a rare form of cancer for three years, Noble succumbed to cardiac arrest at the National Institutes of Health. He was 40 years old.
To help with Noble's family's medical expenses, local musician Gordon Withers [...]

Office of Future Plans Discusses Kickstarting Its New Single

Just a few days after launching a Kickstarter campaign to help cover the costs of its debut release, Office of Future Plans reached the $2,500 project goal. Which means the band should have no trouble having its 7-inch ready for its show with The Dismemberment Plan at the 9:30 Club on Jan. 23.
Before OFP's forthcoming [...]

Office of Future Plans Kickstarts Its Debut Release

Ever wanted to hire J. Robbins' new band, Office of Future Plans, to record a cover of your favorite song? Well, now that dream is a reality... if you've got an extra $1,000 hidden under your mattress.
Office of Future Plans is readying its debut 7-inch, and the band has launched a Kickstarter campaign to cover [...]

Far Out vs. Hot Dang: Vol. 6

Famous people were everywhere, but we pretended not to notice. That's because Far Out vs. Hot Dang is lookin' where you ain't lookin' ... or at least it's seein' more than you're seein'. It's like a third eye and a lightning rod amalgamated into one blessedly/hellaciously innovative sensory organ. And that, gentle reader, is super-awesome. [...]