In this episode, co-hosts Keith Kirchoff and Greg Carlson sit down with composer and percussionist Maria Finkelemeier, recently named "Boston's Best Musical Catalyst" by the Improper Bostonian. In the episode, the trio talk about brutalist architecture, geodesic domes, the Red Sox, and Belgian Dubbels. The team also designs a unique beer inspired by Maria's music.
In this episode, hosts Keith Kirchoff and Greg Carlson chat about their most anticipated beer or music events in the Boston area for February 2018. They also recap some of January's highlights including the live podcast and the winter extravaganza, Take Flight.
Recorded LIVE at Aeronaut Brewery as a part of Science By The Pint. In this episode, Keith leads a panel discussion with Ben Houge, a faculty member at the Berklee College of Music and composer of food operas; Mark Romanowsky, a Principal Engineer at Fluid-Screen where he works on building devices for detecting and identifying bateria; and Greg Carlson, the podcast's usual co-host. The four of them discuss the art (and science) of pairing beer and music.
In this episode, co-hosts Keith Kirchoff and Greg Carlson welcome special guest composer Dan VanHassel to share their best concerts (and beers) of 2017, as well as look ahead to preview their top 5 music and beer events of January 2018.
(7-10p) - Aeronaut Brewingpindrop sessions 4: life is a caBEERet feat. marimba cabaret + special guest
In this episode, hosts Keith Kirchoff and Greg Carlson visit Bone Up Brewery in Everett, MA and chat with the co-owners and co-brewers, Liz and Jared Kiraly. They listen to the music of composer Daniel T Lewis, and the Kiraly's design the perfect beer that embodies Lewis' music. Along the way are discussions about Teamaker hops, specialty grains, and thriving in the shadow of a much larger brewery.
The Original Gravity Podcast explores modern music, modern beer, and the people behind these arts. In this episode, co-hosts Keith Kirchoff and Greg Carlson preview their top 5 beer and music events for December 2017.
December 1 - Slumbrew American Fresh Brewhouse Opening
490 Foley St, Assembly Square, Somerville MA
December 1 - Rest/Noise performance of Michael Gordon’s Timber
Music Mansion - 88 Meeting St, Providence RI
December 2 - Worcester Earn-A-Bike Annual Fundraiser
3 Cross Brewery, 4 Knowlton Ave, Worcester MA
5 pm - 10 pm
Suggested donation $10-15
December 2 - EQ Ensemble
New School of Music, 25 Lowell St, Cambridge MA
$15 General Admission, $10 Students
December 8 - The Tallis Scholars (2017)
St. Paul Church, 29 Mt Auburn St, Cambridge MA
$45 full price, $22.50+fee at ticketforce.bostix.org
December 9 - Boston Beer Run
Heartbreak Hill Running Company, 294 Mass Ave, Cambridge MA
Lamplighter Brewing, Aeronaut Brewing, Slumbrew, Cambridge Brewing Company
Free to join, pay for beer and food as consumed
December 9 - Times Two
The Record Company, 960 Mass Ave, Boston MA
$15 suggested donation
December 10 - Notch’s 2nd Annual German Christmas Market
Notch Brewery & Tap Room, 283 Derby St, Salem MA
12 pm - 4 pm
December 11 - Poutine Party!
Winter Hill Brewing Company, 328 Broadway, Somerville MA
5 pm - 10 pm
December 22 - Caroling on the Boston Common!
...The Boston Common
A special "extended cut" of OGP's conversation with composer Aaron Jay Myers. In this shorter special edition, co-hosts Keith Kirchoff and Greg Carlson chat with Aaron about commissioning fees, best practices when asking someone to write for you, musical and cultural appropriation, American lagers, Christian rock music, and Aaron's new upcoming CD release. (Aaron also shares his true reaction to Greg's beer suggestion from Episode 17.)
Parental discretion advised: the language is a bit more vulgar.