Latest Deaf Scene Articles
TAUK got in on the Mannequin Challenge viral meme and prompted Consider The Source and Deaf Scene to participate as well.
Pigeons Playing Ping Pong brought a slew of jam scene upstarts to Terra Alta, WV for Domefest. Carly Shields shares her thoughts, while Nicky Angelo provides photos.
About Deaf Scene
Deaf Scene is an experimental band based in Baltimore, Maryland. As an instrumental drum-bass-guitar trio, the band pulls off an incredibly vast range of sounds, pushing the sonic boundaries of each instrument and effect that they use. In their four year existence, the band has cultivated a unique musical style, influenced by everything from The Beatles to Bassnectar and beyond; yet their music still defies any sort of traditional “jam-band”, “post-rock”, or â€œelectronicâ€? categorization. Onstage, Deaf Sceneâ€˜s raw energy and eerie psychedelia draw you into their one-of-a-kind live performance. Lush guitar melodies, ethereal loops, intricate bass harmonies, and propulsive drum rhythms are the cornerstones of Deaf Sceneâ€™s music, both live and in the studio. In 2010, the band self-released their debut EP, a cohesive movement of music that showcases the powerful potential of Deaf Sceneâ€™s brand of loop-infused rock experimentation. With plans for releasing more music and touring extensively in 2012, Deaf Scene is truly proving to be, “One of Maryland’s best up-and-coming acts” -explodinginsound.com
The Broadway run of ‘David Byrne’s American Utopia’ has been extended through February 16, 2020.
Grateful Dead tribute act Dark Star Orchestra detailed their West Coast Winter Tour 2020.
Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit debuted a cover of Bruce Springsteen & Patti Smith’s “Because The Night” to end the fifth show of their seven-show residency at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.
Leftover Salmon’s Vince Herman and Drew Emmitt confirmed details of their first ever duo tour.
Steely Dan’s Beacon Theatre residency finale featured a guest appearance from Jenny Lewis and a pair of 2019 debuts.