EPISODE 8: LITTLE BLACK EGG
Most of you know Georgia Hubley as the sublime drummer, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist in Yo La Tengo. But Georgia is also Little Black Egg, where she improvises alone, or live, leads a circle that may include Ira and James and, most recently, Tony Maimone, Susie Ibarra, Daniel Carter and Taylor Ho Bynum.
Who knows who may turn up in the circle next time.
In the Space, Georgia performs alone with a guitar and a few pedals. After her piece, Chris grills her on the creative process, induces her into a duet, and battles her in a game of IQ 2000 Pop Music Trivia.
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Meet the inward-facing bookends of the Neo-No Wave, Ryan Walsh and Evelyne Buhler.
A song is a song is a song is a Greg Peterson.
She writes. She writes songs. She writes hooks. She plays guitar. She loops. She juggles (probably). She starts record labels (definitely).
Sort of like 75 Dollar Bill meets the Shams. No, more like Run On meets Timber. Not really, Vietnam meets V-Effect. Hmm, maybe...
5 P.G. SIX
The harp. The voice. Environmental guitar.
Janine Nichols, Charlie Burnham, Brandon Ross: Semi-Free but All-Everything Else. Jazz not what your trio can do for you. Folk springs eternal.
Modal rocker major-minor harmonizer song singer writer. "Debby Schwartz has hands like Bert Jansch and a voice like the autumn moon."
Georgia Hubley steps out from behind the drums to shape time and space on guitar. “Shifting & swelling electric guitar clouds, faint birds. gorgeous.”- Jesse Jarnow
Robert Dennis, AKA under_cooled, introduces us to his "uglient" sound, asking us to re-hear the mundane in a new light.
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