Musicians perform hour-long sets of original compositions. It’s new music like you’ve never heard before. In a good way.
Co-curated by White/Light and MCA Curatorial Assistant Michael Green.
Mar 22: Disappears
In 2010, Disappears released their debut album Lux, went on tour, and recorded a new album, Guider. For Guider, Disappears refined these new songs in the live setting, and used the first take on all but one of the tracks when they went into the studio to record them. In a gesture to focus on the present moment, they recorded over the same reels of tape that they used for their first album. “Guider” means to control or influence, a theme that runs through all of the songs on the album. According to the band, “This is a heads down, blinders on, damn the distractions, forward-driving, controlled squall.”