- Name of band
- Band members (anyone can sign up!)
- 3-4 songs
Do you like playing in bands that play songs that other bands wrote?
Do you have a hankering to dress up like Elton John and serenade your crush with “Candle in the Wind”?
Do you know all the words to Abba’s greatest hits? (Ed. Note: This idea is taken)
Be part of the WOBC cover band showcase!
Please send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org with:
You have until 11.08.13 to sign up!!
Showcase will be held the weekend before Thanksgiving
WOBC is proud to present the fourth episode in the Live From Studio B series- Cereal Banter!
Download this set and more on the Live From Studio B mediafire page Here.
Tune in next week on Sunday at 1PM!
“Never missing a show again since 2013″
Thursday, October 10
Kelly Zen-Yie Tsai: @ Cat in the Cream, 8 PM
Chinese Taiwainese American spoken word artist brings the fury, hope
Stereocure Presents: Frugal Father, Native Eloquence + Peaks @ The Sco, 10 PM, $1
Oberlin’s favorite music collective takes over the ‘Sco
Friday, October 11
Wild Oats Label Night: Kyle Hall, Jay Daniel + MGUN @ The ‘Sco, 10 PM, Free Before 11, 3$ w OCID, 7$ Public
Detroit’s finest house djs… Going to be INSANE
George Batyi and Gipsy Stringz: @ Cat in the Cream, 7:30 PM
Romani music w/ cimbalom and violin. Sponsored by Batyi’s Artist Residency at OCREECAS (the Oberlin Center for Russian, East European and Central Asian Studies)
Born Gold (ex-Gobble Gobble), THiNK + Idle Hour @ The Dojo, 9 PM
Ask around for the address… experimental pop interpreted 3 ways.
Saturday, October 12
Wilder Maker: Wilder Maker + Peaks @ Cat in the Cream, 8 PM
See Peaks twice this weekend…once just isn’t enough!
Becky K+You: Becky K @ Slow Train, 8 PM
Guitar, harmonica and the witticisms of Oberlin’s finest singer-songwriter.
Sunday, October 13
Dancing the Void: Sophie B + Cuy Cph + Val P
No way to know what to expect other than something strange, beautiful + prob memorable
Tuesday, October 15
Horsebladder: horsebladder + Robert Turman @ Fairchild Chapel, 8 PM
lo-fi folksy ambient electronics and harsh industrial noisey tape loops
On October 5th, Radiolab came to Cleveland’s State Theatre with the live show Apocalyptical—a blend of science, music, visuals, and life-size dinosaur puppets. The theme of the show was endings: they covered subjects from the end of the reign of reptiles on Earth to facing the end of life with Parkinson’s disease. Radiolab, a WNYC radio show and podcast, is the project of Oberlin (and WOBC!) alumni Jad Abumrad (’95) and Robert Krulwich (’69). Their infectious storytelling powers attracted an audience consisting of about 98% old people and 2% Oberlin students.
Accompanying Jad and Robert were comedian Ophira Eisenberg, Wilco drummer Glenn Kotche, On Fillmore bassist Darin Gray, and guitarist Sarah Lipstate. The musicians definitely captured that signature smooth soundscape of a traditional Radiolab episode, while adding their individual flairs (seriously though, have you seen Glenn Kotche’s setup????). Ophira Eisenberg made a lot of jokes about her name.
If you haven’t checked out Radiolab yet, you can find their podcasts here.
Proud to present the third installation in Live From Studio B, Beer Shits!
See videos of Babes, Bunk Acid, and Theme Song (Beer Shits) below!
What’s hot in WOBC? Here’s the most played albums for the past week:
1 .Yo La Tengo – Fade – Matador Records
2. Speedy Ortiz – Major Arcana – Carpark Records
3. Giraffage – Needs - Alpha Pup Records
4. Macintosh Plus – Floral Shoppe – Self-Released
5. Oneohtrix Point Never – R Plus Seven – Warp Records
6. Bill Callahan – Dream River – Drag City
7. Jacob Kierkegaard – Conversion – Touch
8. Mount Kimbie – Cold Spring Fault Less Youth – Warp Records
9. DARKSIDE – Psychic – Other People
10. Crystal Stilts – Nature Noir – Sacred Bones
As usual, Oberlin has a bajillion shows coming up this week. Log these down in your iCal.
Friday, October 4
Contemporary Music Ensemble: Oberlin Contemporary Music Ensemble + eighth blackbird @ Warner Hall, 8 pm
Contemporary chamber music with compositions by Oberlin staff. Oberlin alums started eighth blackbird!
Speedy Ortiz: Speedy Ortiz (Noho) + Krill (MA) @ The ‘Sco, 10 PM, $3 OCID/$8 W.0
Excellent riffs all around — two bands known for their stage presence.
Saturday, October 5
Guest Recital: Paul Lansky with Ensemble Hammer/Klavier @ Warner Hall, 8 PM
Electronic music pioneer known for unconventional methods
Clay Rendering: Clay Rendering (NY – Hair Police, Wolf Eyes) + the Nevari Butchers (Dilloway/van Horne) @ Fairchild Chapel, 7 PM
Industrial/drone. Nevari Butchers first show
Holly Herndon: Holly Herndon (CA) + Lazy Magnet (NC) @ The ‘Sco, 10 PM, $3 OCID/$10 W.o
Vocal sampled electronic dance party + lo-fi house warblings
Monday, October 7
Horse Lords : The “Rock Bautumn Tour” (MD) @ 3 Door Studio
Screwy math+psychedelic freak-out
Wednesday, October 9
Staceyann Chin : Staceyann Chin @ Cat in the Cream, 7 PM
Intricate lyrics, spoken word
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