Starving in the Belly of the Whale recently completed recording their 4th full length album, The Foolish Fellow. The album will be released on Record Store Day, April 20th, and the band will celebrate the release with a show at Blind Bob's on April 27th.
Ricky Terrell from Starving in the Belly of the Whale made a return visit to Kaleidoscope to talk about The Foolish Fellow and perform live along with Denny Cottle and the Repeating Arms, who will provide support at the album release show.
Nick Dellaposta performs regularly with his father's blue band, but in 2012, he decided to also start working on his own project and formed To No End. The band recently released its debut album, Curio and is gearing up to begin performing locally later this year and for the release of a brand new music video on March 21st.
To No End visited the WYSO studios to perform live and talked about putting together Curio and their upcoming music video.
No Tribe and the Nobody People will be among the six bands performing at Antistoch: a Benefit for WYSO 91.3 on Saturday at the Glen Building. All proceeds from the even will go to support WYSO.
No Tribe and the Nobody People include Nate Shermer on drums and Ian Powers vocals and guitar. Powers has been playing in various bands for the last ten years and began guitar only last December. This is Shermer's first experience in a band. The duo began playing together recently and will be bringing their sound to Antistoch this Saturday.
The Gin Soaked Angels are the next in the series of guests on Excursions this week to talk about Antistoch: A Benefit for WYSO 91.3. The even will take place at the Glen Helen Building located at 405/505 Corry St. in Yellow Springs. All proceeds from the even will go to support WYSO.
Gin Soaked Angels are Tony Powers and Ryan Stenson on guitar and vocals, Dakota Wright on the bass, Micah Mapes on the base. Powers and Stenson met at an open mic night in Yellow Springs and Mapes joined a few months after. Wright joined after their original bass player moved out of town.
The members of the Repeating Arms had toyed around with the idea of forming a band many years ago, but within the last year they began getting together to play together and developed their sound into something more acoustic and string-based. The band recently completed their debut EP and visited the WYSO studio to share both live and recorded material and talk about their plans for the rest of the year.
The Repeating Arms will celebrate the release of their debut EP, on Saturday, March 16th at Canal Street Tavern. They'll be joined onstage by The New Old-Fashioned ad Kris N.