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David Dove & Lucas Gorham

11 years ago by Chris Gray
Nameless Sound founder David Dove and Grandfather Child's Lucas Gorham were originally commissioned by local gallery labotanica to apply the late DJ Screw's distinctive, hyper-slow production style to its own improvised music for the multimedia "Screwed Anthologies" exhibition, and the project worked so well they've managed to squeeze a three-week...
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Fact: David Dove and Jawwaad Taylor Play a CD-Release Show; Happenstance: It's DJ Screw's Birth Anniversary

8 years ago by Steve Jansen
A jazz and improvised musician by training, David Dove says that he hadn't planned on incorporating electronics into his trombone playing. "I was never interested in using guitar pedals or effects on my horn," Dove tells Art Attack by phone. The late DJ Screw steered him toward his electronic experimentation...
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MasterMinds One Year Later: David Dove on Nameless Sound's 10-Year Anniversary

10 years ago by Brittanie Shey
When Paul Knight talked to David Dove last year, the founding director of Nameless Sound, the two-pronged music education nonprofit organization, Dove said that the program was becoming more than the sum of its parts. "(We're) on the brink of figuring out what this means," he said. "We are at...
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The Doves, with Longwave

16 years ago by David A. Cobb
Manchester's Doves fall into that rare class of bands whose styles are virtually unclassifiable. Their songs aren't poppy like stereotypical Britrock, not bombastic like Oasis or the Stones, not post-punk like the Futureheads, and not completely spacey like Spiritualized. Instead, the band takes the best aspects of those styles and...
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10 Best Bets This Weekend in Houston: HUE Mural Festival, Music of Ray Charles

2 years ago by Susie Tommaney
This week we're serving up another heaping helping of holiday lights and seasonal stage offerings, plus a chance to view rad new murals, a celebration of the music of Ray Charles, chainsawed ice sculptures, public art and so much more. Keep reading because half of these events are free. Witness...
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Sunday: Niki & the Dove Bring Electric Instinct to Houston

9 years ago by Jef Rouner
Sweden produces some of the best electronic music in the world, as evidenced by the exhilarating Covenant show that hit Numbers two weeks ago. This time, Fitz's gets to host some Scandinavian beep-and-boopery, and it doesn't get any better than Niki & the Dove. I first got into the band...
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Now He's Ready: Hardcore Punk Singer John Anderson's Last Growls

2 years ago by David Ensminger
Punk in Houston was a curious Southern aberration, an explosion of personalities and styles that ran the gamut from carefully crafted renegade soundwaves to jittery art-core and manic rock’n’roll. Bands tumbled quickly through the zeitgeist – Legionaires Disease, the Hates, Really Red, Bevatron, Plastic Idols, Mydolls, and many more, each...
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10 Best Bets This Weekend in Houston: Motown, Broadway and Deep Listening

2 years ago by Susie Tommaney
Music is the common thread that runs through this Memorial Day weekend. We've got Motown's finest at Miller, Broadway's best with Houston Symphony and a couple of tributes to the late, great Pauline Oliveros. Film buffs can choose between a cerebral bicycle flick that follows the great migration and a...
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21 Best Things to Do in Houston This Week: David Spade and Houston Fringe Festival

4 years ago by Houston Press
Check out the Houston Press calendar for even more things to do.
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Houston's Christmas Theater Offerings This Season: Part I

2 years ago by D. L. Groover
I've been Scrooged! A lot. Dickens' miserly oyster prowls center stage, as usual, this Bayou Christmas season. He, along with fellow traveler The Nutcracker, are theater cash cows, invoking cheer and good will as well as a much needed boost to a company's bottom line. Naturally, this season brings a...

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