Monday, January 18, 2010

the blogosphere & IN PRINT

Philip Clark used the words "Bassoon colossus" in a review of my record in the February issue of The Wire and i'm definitely happy about that!

then in the world of the world wide web, some other reviews have popped up - - -

Free Jazz offers some thoughts on
Further Secret Origins

highlight: "[Katherine Young] just released her first solo bassoon album on Porter, and it is one that goes straight to my heart." ****

and while i'm at it, here are a few other blog posts about the record:

and got an honorable mention here:

and a shout-out here:

and here:

plus All-Music wrote this:


tour blog, or why nashville was the best

clara and seth made this lil tour blog for the Fancy's recent tour - - -

Monday, January 4, 2010

The Fancy - JANUARY Out of the City TOUR!

Thu 1/7
- 7:30 PM - at the Knitting Factory - 361 Metropolitan, Brooklyn, New York - with Street Hero and Kind Monitor

Fri 1/8 - 8:00 PM - at Gooski’s - 3117 Brereton Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - with Spinster & TBA

Sat 1/9 - 10:00 PM- at Cactus Club - 2496 S. Wentworth Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin - with Fahri, Fau Fir & Undercover Organism

Sun 1/10 - 8:00 PM- at the Frequency -121 W. Main St., Madison, Wisconsin - with El Valiente & Somni & Skye Carrasco

Mon 1/11 - 9:00 PM - at Public Space 1 - 129 E. Washington St, Iowa City, Iowa - with Caleb Engstrom & Rosalee Motor Revival

Tues 1/12 - 8:00 PM- at the Whistler -2421 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, Illinois - with Roommate

Wed 1/13 - 9 pm - at Cicero's - 6691 Delmar Boulevard, Saint Louis, Missouri

Thu 1/14 - 8:00 PM- at Springwater - 115 27th Avenue North, Nashville, Tennessee - with Junkyard Girls and Spider Friends

Fri 1/15- 8:00 PM- at Fred’s - 122 College Street, Asheville, North Carolina - with Mystery Cult

Sat 1/16 - 9:00 PM- at The Southern - 103 South 1st St., Charlottesville, Virginia - with Pantherburn and Straight Punch to the Crotch

Sun 1/17 - 9:00 - at Death By Audio - 49 South 2nd St, Brooklyn, New York - with la Panza, Unstoppable Death Machines, Starring

TBT at Pete's Candy Store

just a note that Till by Turning played a wonderful show last night at Pete's Candy Store. it came together at the last minute, and i failed to get it up here in time, but we had fun!

the program included 3 of Clara Latham's songs written especially for TBT + some of my music--Underworld (Dancing) for tuba and wurli, with the master Dan Peck contributing some unbelievably low tones, and three movements of Messiaen-inspired quartet.

thanks Pete's and Baby Copperhead and Jason from the Trachtenburg Family Slideshow!