Doomsayer is the third release by Brooklyn-based drummer and composer Tim Kuhl. Featuring some of New York City and Baltimore’s most notable downtown improvisers, the ensemble dive, twist and turn through a sound collage of texture, shape and color. Kuhl has supported a who’s who list of jazz artists and continues to show why he is the downtown drummer to keep an ear out for with this release.
So my HS percussion instructor’s brother released this last year, and I only just recently downloaded it…
…It’s fantastic. Go listen to it. Now.
our first show at the knitting factory has sold out, so we are adding a late-night show! Here’s the ticket link, more info coming soon:
Keeping yesterday’s promise, today we brush up your knowledge of our very own Lacrymosa, who will be kicking of Pearl and the Beard’s “Prodigal Daughter” Extended Release Show at Music Hall of Williamsburg on 2/16 (North Highlands will also be playing). Lacrymosa is the solo moniker of Ms. Caitlin Pasko, singer-songwriter and pianist extraordinaire. Her 2010 debut LP, Selah, displays all the heart and talent of Regina Spektor and Kate Bush, with her own added twist (you can listen to “Everything Grows” above). The Village Voice says: “Shadowy, piano-playing chanteuse Caitlin Pasko is Lacrymosa, a drifty-dreamy fog of theatrical belting, twisted art-folk croon, bold melodies, and spectral tenderness—a haunted house version of uneasy troubadours like Antony, Joanna Newsom, or Bat For Lashes.”
Lacrymosa opening for Pearl and the Beard and North Highlands