July 30, 2012
Tag Archives: Tim Kasher
Tim Kasher of Cursive played Double Happiness this past Saturday! I was totally unaware of this new venue in the Brewery District until finding out about this show. Turns out it’s been open a couple months and Bright Eyes had their after party here for their opening night party. Once inside I realized I had patronized the venue a few times when it was a Lotus Bar. Anyway, 482 S. Front St. is now a music venue now and I hope they continue having class acts!
Please excuse my one position photo spot. Being such a fangirl of Tim Kasher, I needed to be right in front the entire show.
A while back we brought in Tim Kasher of Cursive for a Live at Electraplay session, and it turned out pretty great. He’ll be back in town this Saturday, playing a set at Double Happiness with Aficionado and the Something Somethings.
Order tickets here, or head down to the club (or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org) for advance tickets.
As our friends at Electraplay put some finishing touches on sessions by Everest, DD/MM/YY, Damien Jurado, Scott Lucas & The Married Men, The Posies, La Otracina and Fort Wilson Riot, we thought we’d give you another opportunity to check out the 10 Donewaiting/Electraplay sessions that were posted in 2010. Continue reading
Sometimes when you put a mic in front of an indie musician and tell him to talk, it’s like he’s never seen a mic before. Suddenly, talking about a song’s meaning or origin is akin to destroying the song. (This doesn’t happen with hip-hop artists.) So it’s refreshing when a guy like Tim Kasher of Cursive is willing and ready to talk about how a song came into being. Check out the preambles to the single-song videos, or at the bottom of the post for the full-length interview.
Tim Kasher (of Cursive)
The Summit I Columbus, OH
Oct. 7, 2010
Kasher also stopped by Electraplay the next day to film a live session for donewaitingTV. Be on the lookout for those videos in the next few weeks. Shots from the Live at Electraplay session and more pics from the Summit after the jump. Continue reading