This Thursday night, September 3, the musician and filmmaker, David Burris, kicks off the Fall season in the underground kissa at CAM Raleigh, a feature of our Big, Bent Ears installation. He’ll be spinning vinyl records 8-10pm. We asked Burris what records he planned to bring to the kissa on Thursday and he responded: “I […]
Three members of the terrific, Raleigh-based country band, Tonk, will be spinning vinyl records in the underground kissa at CAM Raleigh on Monday night August 24. Tonk’s acoustic guitarist Jay Brown, pedal steel player Shepherd Lane, and drummer Bo Taylor will be helming the two turntables in the kissa 8-10pm. We aren’t sure what records […]
Last night M.C. “Mike” Taylor, whose ensemble performs as Hiss Golden Messenger, spun vinyl records in our underground kissa session at CAM Raleigh, part of our ongoing Big, Bent Ears project. Much fun was had. Below are photographs from the evening by RFS’s Ivan Weiss along with Taylor’s set list, which ranged from Barry Hannah to Toots […]
Two nights ago in the CAM kissa, Bill Thelen, curator the CAM’s current drawing show, The Nothing That Is, spun a set of vinyl tracks that he called “Music for Shoulders.” Below is his setlist. We weren’t sure what he meant by “music for shoulders” but it became clearer as the set progressed. See if […]
The drummer Peele Wimberley,member of two iconic bands, Johnny Quest and The Connells, will be spinning records in our underground kissa at CAM Raleigh tomorrow night, Thursday, August 6, from 8 to 10pm. Earlier today, in an email, Peele typed these notes about his possible playlist: I am doing 80s singles. Mostly British but […]
Last Thursday night the musicians Caitlin Cary and Skillet Gilmore helmed CAM Raleigh‘s underground kissa and their set was clever and unique. They brought a slew of Dylan vinyl, recently bequeathed to them, while professing not to be big fans. So they took requests, asking kissa patrons to request tracks that would make them change their […]
Monday night, July 27, in CAM Raleigh‘s underground kissa, various members of The Balsa Gliders will be spinning tunes from Manchester, U.K., spanning a few decades. It’s going to be huge. Check it out. 8-10pm. Beer/wine. For more information, go HERE.
At Rock Fish Stew, we dig relics, artifacts, things left behind that mean something. Below is the document that Art of Cool‘s Cicely Mitchell brought to our kissa at CAM Raleigh on Monday night. As a motivator always looking to spread jazz further (when she’s not – or even when she is – performing […]
Laura Ballance (musician in Superchunk, co-founder of Merge Records) brought a careful array of records and had CAM Raleigh‘s kissa spinning last night, the latest edition of our Big, Bent Ears kissa experiment. Here are a few remnants. First, her set list for the BBE archives. Then a few snapshots by RFS friends.