In the second part of the evening's interview, local yoga teacher Tori Reynolds joins Ben Rivet to discuss Go w/The Flow, a yoga experience featuring live music. Rivet and Reynolds will be embarking on a tour for Go w/The Flow and blogging about their experience here.
Performing under the name BJSR, Ben Rivet makes a return visit to Kaleidoscope to talk about his recent musical endeavors which include Axed and Voxed, a remix of his Axe and Vox EP by various producers and collaborators including Lauren Eylise.
Paul Larkowski and Brett Nagafuchi were playing together in Kuan when they met Ed Ricart at a shared practice space in Boston. Ricart filled in on bass for one of Kuan's tours and soon decided to relocate to Yellow Springs to start Hyrrokkin with Larkowski and Nagafuchi. Hyrrokkin has been performing and touring together for about 7 months. They'll perform at One Eyed Jacks on March 9th will fellow Yellow Springs band, Blue Moon Soup.
The 8 members of Jah Soul combine soul, funk and rock and roll into their own unique, danceable sound. The group comes from a diverse musical background and has several live shows coming up in the Miami Valley. Here they talk about their musical roots and plans for this year with Kaleidoscope host Juliet Fromholt and perform several live songs.
Jah Soul is performing Friday, February 24th at the Trolley Stop in Dayton with Nine False Suns.
Chuck Cleaver and Lisa Walker of the indie rock band Wussy stop by Excursion for a stripped-down performance and friendly interview with host Niki Dakota.
Wussy formed in Cincinnati in 2001 following the breakup of Cleaver’s previous group, Ass Ponys. The group released its debut album, Funeral Dress, in 2005, and followed it with a string of critically acclaimed records. Wussy’s latest album, Strawberry, was released in late 2011.