The members of Blue Moon Soup make a return visit to the studios for a second performance on Kaleidoscope. Since the band's last visit, they've been writing, recording and touring and talk about their experiences with host Juliet Fromholt.
Blue Moon Soup will perform at Clifton Opera House on Friday, May 16th. Proceeds from the show will benefit WYSO and the Clifton Opera House.
All with long histories in the Dayton music scene, Jason Himes, Eric Purtle and Tim Krug were performing together as part of the reformed Dementia Precox and decided to begin working on a new project that soon became Hexadiode. The band visited the WYSO studios for a live set on Kaleidoscope and talked about finding and developing their sound and preparing to bring it to the stage.
Hexadiode will perform Saturday, May 17th at Canal Public House.
This weekend marks SideShow 9, the latest installment in the annual art and music showcase at the Yellow Cab building. Kaleidoscope host Juliet Fromholt visited the Yellow Cab prior to the show and spoke with organizers and artists as they were setting up.
SideShow 9 is May 9th and 10th at the Yellow Cab in downtown Dayton.
Members of the Skratchmatik Turntable Crew made a return visit to the WYSO studios for a live session on Kaleidoscope ahead of their Dynamite Soul 3 performance in Yellow Springs. The group talked about their weekly DJ gigs as well the finding new, unexpected sounds. Dynamite Soul 3 co-organizer Brian Johnson also stopped by to talk about this year's event.
Dynamite Soul 3 is May 17th at Peach's Grill in Yellow Springs.
With a lineup comprised of members of Smug Brothers, King Elk and the Judy Blooms, Me Time began as a recording project for Andy Smith but soon grew into a full on band. Smith and Elliot Ward visisted the WYSO studios to talk about the formation of the band and the recording process for Me Time's debut EP, Vol 1 (Gas Daddy Go Records).
Me Time will celebrate the release of Vol. 1 on May 10th at Canal Public House.