Live @ Lincoln Hall on Cinco de Mayo 2011 by White/Light What a weekend. Now that Matt Clark is a lawyer, we don’t have as much time to work on music as we used to, but when we do it’s as good as it ever been. We have more than one projects right now, but [...]
Posted in Shows Tagged Alexander Stewart, Chicago, Del Rey, Disappears, Ekdahl Moisturizer, Empty Bottle, Fantastic Planet, Lincoln Hall, Matt Clark could cut you in half with that tone, Steve Shelley, whiskey fueled, White/Light
Face the Strange New Music from Chicago and Beyond Co-curated by White/Light and MCA Curatorial Assistant Michael Green Fourth Tuesday of the month October 2010 to April 2011, 6-7 pm FREE Oct 26: White/Light preforming with Alexander Stewart Nov 23: Implodes Dec 28: Toxoplasmosis Jan 25: John McEntire and Shea Ako Feb 22: Leroy Bach [...]
Posted in Shows Tagged Alexander Stewart, Disappears, Emily Lacy, Face The Strange, Implodes, Joan Of Arc, John McEntire, Leroy Bach, Michael Green, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Shea Ako, Steve Shelley, Toxoplasmosis, White/Light
White/Light has an installation up for the month as a part of the 12×12 series. Performances and guests every Tuesday and Saturday! Here is a really great article from the Chicago Reader. There is also a video about our piece below.
A four piece with Steve Shelley, Doug McCombs and David Daniell. D. Rider and Phantom Works are also on the bill. Jason Fredrick made the greatest poster of all times. There is a multi-part video as well.
We played with Sonic Youth in Chicago on my birthday. For Real.
This is a White/Lichens show with Robert Lowe.
w/ Lee Ranaldo, Steve Shelley, Matt Zivich and Aaron Mullan.
We played a show in a Chilean prison. Given the all day tour by a man that was incarcerated there, and then played in front of a huge crowd while a documentary about the prison was projected on us. It was one of the greatest days of my life.