Posts Tagged ‘taylor gourmet’

ToDo ToDay: Tech N9ne, Pree, and Pizza Parts & Service

Tech N9ne’s career is proof that you can ride a niche talent to commercial success. The Missouri rapper has made his name simply: by eschewing trends, creating catchy music, and touring nonstop to support it. His rapid-fire flow and proclivity for the bizarre have drawn a legion of eager fans who routinely fill up venues, [...]

ToDo ToDay: The Apple Family Plays, Cat Power, and $5 Sandwiches

Shouty political conversations don’t seem like the foundation of an exciting night at the theater. Yet Richard Nelson’s Apple Family Plays humanizes the talking heads. The four-play series chronicles the lives of members of the Apple family of Rhinebeck, N.Y., during some crucial recent political events. Director Serge Seiden has collected a variety of D.C. regulars to play [...]

ToDo ToDay: Of Montreal, Father John Misty, and Foul Swoops

It’s easy to forget that Kevin Barnes, Of Montreal’s enigmatic leader, was once a twee-pop maestro. The group’s new album, Lousy with Sylvianbriar, harkens sweetly back to the days of Cherry Peel and The Gay Parade, reemphasizing, for the first time in at least 10 years, simple guitars over glittery synths. It’ll be interesting to see how the change [...]

ToDo ToDay: Photography, Taylor Gourmet, and Dancing at Lost Society

Sarah Alexander’s photography makes it clear that she likes pieces better than wholes. In her hands, a portion of an intricate, textured rotunda becomes Escheresque; several levels of an oval-shaped staircase collapse into an unexpectedly flat plane; and a segment of weathered architectural detailing coexists with a perfectly undisturbed field of red. Meanwhile, “Reflections” (shown) [...]