Posts Tagged ‘Pitom’

Washington Jewish Music Festival Lineup Announced

The Washington Jewish Music Festival, now in its tenth year, caters to all sorts of musical tastes, and every year there's usually something for everyone. Last year was a particularly grand experience, as the festival dovetailed with a huge Israel@60 Celebration that featured a free Regina Spektor concert on the Mall (pictured above). This year's [...]

Music 2008: Alienate Your Friends

Where 2007 was my love-affair year with free jazz, 2008 saw my affections turn to extreme metal in all its varied forms. The sad departure of Transparent Productions meant a dearth of interesting avant-garde jazz in the District, and I replaced concertgoing expeditions to Sangha (RIP) and Twins Jazz with rather different expeditions to places [...]

Show Alert: Gutbucket & Pitom at Galaxy Hut

So, Gutbucket, who do this kind of experimental punk/jazz thing, have a new record coming out on Cuneiform next January. Their live show is reportedly sweet. They are playing at Galaxy Hut at 9 p.m. tonight. Still, I was thinking of not going—that's a late start time, it's out in the burbs, I'm tired, it's [...]