Monthly Archives: May 2014

Timeline Photos – King Britt, Philadelphia’s most versatile disc jockey, comes to FringeArts for The Beautiful Noise: A Tribute to Sun Ra. Ranging from dangerously acidic house to haunting remakes of gospel songs, Britt’s work transcends the separation of music genres. King is a graduate of Central High School and Temple University. Working with Tower Records and holding two residencies at Silk City and Revival .

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Facilitating & Introversion: Tips for Engaging Quiet People – We recently read a great piece on bringing out the gifts of introverted people over at NCDD supporting member Janice Thomson’s blog, Citizenize-Citizenise. Janice has been working with the Chicago chapter of the International Association of Facilitators on developing resources for effectively engaging quieter folks, and we think they could be quite useful to our members. You can read Janice’s piece below or find the original here.

Ohm Resistance Showcase May 31 SAINT VITUS BAR Brooklyn NY – TICKETS: Ohm Resistance Label Showcase Saturday May 31st SAINT VITUS BAR 1120 Manhattan Avenue Brooklyn NY $15 presale – $20 day of show DOORS OPEN AT 7PM THE BLOOD OF HEROES (with BILL LASWELL) SILENT KILLER INVERTIA DEFCE KATMAI

Audio | Nels Cline Guests With Phil Lesh & Friends – Phil Lesh granted our wish of performing Dead songs with Wilco guitarist Nels Cline over the past two nights at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY. Cline sat in with Phil Lesh & Friends for the second sets and encores on Thursday and Friday nights. Both sets and encores featuring Nels only contained material from the Grateful Dead’s live repertoire. Lesh and Cline were joined by guitarists John Kadlecik and John Scofield as well as keyboardist John Medeski, percussionist Jordan Levine and drummer Joe Russo for Nels’ time on stage.

At Home with Umphrey’s McGee’s Jake Cinninger – ARTICLE by Michael D. Welter on May 30, 2014 During some rare down time, I caught up with Umphrey’s McGee guitarist Jake Cinninger in his natural habitat, his childhood home in Southwest Michigan.“This is where I come to create. It’s my laboratory.” The small studio is cozy, at one time used as a stable and now houses an impressive soundboard and a variety of instruments including a 1955 Gibson acoustic and an 1870’s Schomacker piano.

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