The Original Gravity Podcast explores modern music, modern beer, and the people behind these arts. In this episode, hosts Keith Kirchoff and Greg Carlson chat with composer Aaron Jay Myers about his work, his history with punk rock and improvisation, his drive to be a composer, and the almost spiritual impact music has on him. We listen to three of Aaron's works, including music from his old punk band Mad Max, his current band Zyzzyx, and a recent duet for two violins: For The World Is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky. Greg then determines exactly what beer would pair with Aaron's work.
In the second of a series of monthly beer & music previews, co-hosts Keith Kirchoff and Greg Carlson each share their top five beer or music related events taking place in and around Boston in the month of November.
November 3-5: Guerilla Opera
Chrononhotonthologos: A new opera by Andy Vores
132 Ipswich St, Boston
$15 General Admission
November 3-4: Drink Craft Beer Beer & Sweets Fest
Liberty Hall, 200 Stuart St, Boston
November 4: Ensemble Adapter (8:00pm)
Paine Hall, Harvard University
November 4: Harpoon Friendsgiving (6pm)
$75 (proceeds go to Greater Boston Food Bank)
November 10: 4th Annual Big Cheese & Charcuterie Party (7:00pm)
Bantam Cider Company
November 14-19: Lamplighter 1st Anniversary Party
November 16-18: Nerax North
Salem Knights of Columbus Hall
$9 + pay as you go
November 16-19: Dead Man Walking (an opera by Jake Heggie)
Boston Conservatory Theater
November 19: Nasty Cooperative (2:00pm)
Hands to Heart Yoga Center
November 19: Semiosis Quartet (7:00pm)
New School of Music
The Original Gravity Podcast – hosted by Keith Kirchoff and Greg Carlson – explores modern music composed by New England Composers and designs homebrewed beer recipes that pair with this music. The NEIPA has taken the nation (and certainly New England) by storm, and one might forget that there is a wealth of amazing other IPAs being brewed as well! In this episode, we do our second "Top 5" list, this time tackling the top five non-New England style IPAs that are brewed in New England! Spoiler: it's gonna make you thirsty.
The Original Gravity Podcast explores modern music, modern beer, and the people behind these arts. In this episode, the pod goes on the road to Kansas City for Electronic Music Midwest. There, co-hosts Keith Kirchoff and Eric Honour sit down with composer Jessica Rudman and chat about the challenges of stage fright, how a composer's relationship to their music evolves over time, 90's pop music, and Jessica's work for saxophone and electronics, Concertina 1: Cathedrals. Eric also decides which beer would pair perfectly with Jessica's work.
In the first of a series of monthly beer & music previews, co-hosts Keith Kirchoff and Greg Carlson each share their top five beer or music related events taking place in and around Boston in the month of October.
Original Gravity's Top 10:
October 1: Aeronaut Pindrop Session Launch (6:30pm)
October 5: Audio Triviality – Music Themed Triva Night @ Bone Up Brewery (8-11pm)
October 6: Semiosis Quartet performs music of Latin America @ Third Life Studio (8pm)
October 10: Brato and Night Shift Brewery Harvest Popup (5-10pm)
October 14: Maria Finkelmeier & Masary Studios: Brutal Rhythms @ City Hall (11pm)
October 15: Creepy Classic Nosferatu w/Live Music @ Aeronaut Brewery (8pm)
October 14-15: Sausage Fest at SoWa Beer Garden
October 22: Arditti String Quartet at ICA (3pm)
October 22: Bill Frisell & 50 Years of Innovation in the Art of Guitar Building @ Umbrella Gallery (7:30pm)
October 28: 10th Annual Great Pumpkin Fest @ Cambridge Brewing Company
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 sit down with composer Stefanie Lubkowski and chat about punk rock, ambient electronica, Oktoberfest, puke-repellent shoes, and continuously dry-hopped IPAs. Featured music includes Stefanie's solo viola piece, Avanc, and a special performance by her 1990s punk band.
Keith Kirchoff and Greg Carlson sit down with special guest Matt Sharrock – percussionist and founder of the Boston Percussion Group. Featuring the music of Curtis Hughes, they discuss music and beer that has a lasting impact, and how one's relationship to their art changes over time. And they brew up a mighty fine beer.