TONIGHT’s release party for "Ephemeroptera Quarterly III" has been POSTPONED due to snowy weather! Be on the lookout for the re-scheduled date coming in Jan 2014 (soon enough!)…
A lot of hard work goes into each and every edition of "Ephemeroptera Quarterly." You can find more information here: http://ephemeropteraquarterly.tumblr.com/
"Ephemeroptera Quarterly III" is an art book with silk-screened covers, featuring 11 different artists and a 10” lathe-cut record.
Edition of 44. Hand-numbered.
"Ephemeroptera Quarterly III" features contributions by:
S.M. Stone & Jason Labbe
Covers (and bindings) silk-screened by Alison K Walsh.
Lathe-cuts by Peter King from New Zealand.
There is a new issue of "Ephemeroptera Quarterly" coming soon… be sure and check out http://ephemeropteraquarterly.tumblr.com/ for everything you need to know about how to grab one!
Tuesday September 10, 2013 at Lipgloss Crisis in New Haven, CT
MV & EE
Kath Bloom with Tom Hanford
Lipgloss Crisis/Project Storefronts
756 Chapel Street
New Haven, CT
It’s been AGES since we saw our good friends MV & EE. And they’ve been very busy. VERY busy. A killer new LP called “Fuzzweed.” A whole wave of live “tapers’ pit” style cassette releases. The cover of “Arthur” magazine. Various collaborations with esteemed personnel of the underground. And, of course, an addition to the MV & EE family… literally.
For the uninitiated, MV & EE are a psychedelic free-folk duo from Vermont. Yes, “free-folk.” Their sound travels far, from blues and raga, to raging rockers, and all points between. They’ve played New Haven many times in the past, and folks around here have come to know what to expect from them:
psychedelic flights to interstellar regions
So it’s about time we play catch up, and see what’s good.
Kath Bloom is a Connecticut living legend. We were lucky enough to be introduced to Kath years ago by our mutual friend, Josephine Foster. Much time has passed, and we’ve been lucky to organize, and even share, a few bills with Kath. If you’ve seen Kath Bloom perform, you know in your heart of hearts that this show will be spectacular. Her voice is beautiful and strong and emotive beyond belief. Expect this night to be awesome.
more details coming soon but WOW it’s about time we brought this amazing duo back to New Haven… mark it on your calendar!
This show is brought to you by Shaki Presents, Lipgloss Crisis, and Project Storefronts/New Haven !
Check us out on WPKN 89.5 Bridgeport, CT. We had a lot of fun talking with Valerie and getting to share some great Peruvian records, as well as chat a little about our LimaFotoLibre pop-up exhibition… give a listen: http://archives.wpkn.org/bookmarks/listen/56766
and be sure to check out the “Lima Foto Libre” pop-up exhibition Friday August 2, 2013… 8:30pm until midnight
more info can be found here: http://ephemeropteraquarterly.tumblr.com/
Wednesday June 5th, 2013 at Marsh Botanical Garden
It’s been a wild ride for Josephine Foster, an artist that we have admired for quite a while now. Josephine is the most unique exponent of the underground folk revival that was occurring over the last decade or so. And yet she has always seemed to escape the mainstream spotlight. Thankfully. In a career that spans beyond a decade, the young songstress has made quite the discography. With over a dozen releases-each one of them very unique-it is easy to see why she has garnered critical acclaim but avoided the mainstream hype machine:
Josephine Foster does what Josephine Foster wants. It’s that simple.
From the intensely psychedelic sounds of her power trio “The Supposed” to the herd-thinning selection of unorthodox interpretations of 19th century German Lieder (on 2006’s “A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing”), her choices of material to compose and perform has always been eclectic. Children’s songs and murder ballads may seem like strange bedfellows, but not on a Josephine Foster record. It is amazing that one voice can convey beauty and despair in one single breath. Haunting and bewitching, calming and soothing, her performances can take you anywhere she wants to lead you.
Over the years, Josephine has had many homes for her music… Windbell, Bo’ Weavil Recordings, Locust Music… and, as of a few years ago, she signed on with Fire Records (new home to Mark Mulcahy, old hood for Spacemen 3, to name a few.)
As of late, Josephine Foster had been recording old Spanish folk songs with her very talented husband Victor Herrero (and his band) in their current homeland in the beautiful countryside of Spain. But her most recent release “Blood Rushing” is a mix of delicate songs inspired by her youth and young experiences.
Josephine Foster has a long history of performing in New Haven. We’ve been lucky enough to witness her shows, throughout her unique trajectory, in a variety of rooms here in the Elm City. It only seemed to make sense to host this performance at Marsh Botanical Garden, with support from our partners Intercambio.
Opening the show will be Dan Greene, esteemed Connecticut singer/songwriter, painter, playwright, poet, storyteller, teacher, and all-around-nice-guy. His musical output can be traced way back to the (now infamous) Butterflies of Love to his current musical group The Mountain Movers.
This will be a special evening! Please arrive early!
Marsh Botanical Garden
227 Mansfield Street
New Haven, CT 06511
**** This is a Shaki Presents / Intercambio event ****
Sunday February 17, 2013 at Never Ending Books
Never Ending Books
810 State Street
New Haven, CT 06511
If you hung out way back in the day, during the days of our Sunday night concert series, neither one of these names is unfamiliar to you.
Eric Carbonara played a great show with Nalle, and Alexander Turnquist’s “Faint At The Loudest Hour” CD was on heavy rotation. Lots of time has passed since those days, and both have enjoyed some great successes.
Read the blurb:
This February solo guitarists Alexander Turnquist and Eric Carbonara embark on a Northeast US and Canadian tour. The two will be showcasing material from the recently released Imaginational Anthem Vol. 5 compilation series -(Tompkins Square Records), as well as their respective solo albums. While these two VHF Record label mates are very different guitarists from one another, their combination on an evening’s bill represents a wide-breadth of possibilities for the guitar.
Over the years, Turnquist has released several critically-acclaimed records for VHF.
His most recent solo release, “Like Sunburned Snowflakes” is a vast departure of traditional styles in favor of pure finger-style harmonics. An effort for which Uncut magazine says “his technique is as orchestral as Nick Drake’s… but applied to a minimalist logic with the weight of early Philip Glass or Steve Reich”. Turnquist performs solo on an acoustic 12 string.
Carbonara, who has been called ‘a composer who happens to play what he writes,’ recently came off a sabbatical of gigging to focus on writing and composing new material. He most recently opened up mid-west tour dates for Pandit Debashish Bhattacharya and is currently finishing up material for a follow up to “The Paradise Abyss” and the critically-acclaimed duet with harpist Jesse Sparhawk “Sixty Strings”. Eric performs live on 6-string nylon, 6-string banjo, as well as a 22-string Indian guitar, called an Upright Chaturangui.
(Old photo stolen from forarborsforsatellites.blogspot.com )