Brooklyn’s country-punk-noise collective Irrevery are hitting the road for a West Coast tour in support of their forthcoming album, alongside New York’s critically acclaimed guitarist Tom Csatari, who brings his Fahey-influenced solo project “Ghost Friends” to the west coast.
This is a very special run of shows that will feature selections from Irrevery’s upcoming ‘Irrevery I’ LP, due out winter 2016. For this tour, Irrevery will be joined by the album’s producer and recording artist Mark Gardner on drums and electronics as well as guitarist Tom Csatari, recently lauded by the New York Times.
WEST COAST TOUR DATES
1/4 - Levon Henry & Tom Csatari Instrumental Sextet at The Blue Whale, Los Angeles, CA
1/7 - Ghost Friends & Irrevery w/ Levon Henry at The Silverlake Lounge, Los Angeles, CA
1/8 Ghost Friends & Irrevery at The Fortress, San Francisco, CA
1/9 Ghost Friends & Irrevery at Oakland Octopus, Oakland, CA
1/10 Ghost Friends & Irrevery at Club 66, Ashland, OR
As Brooklyn's singular source of punk-country-noise, Irrevery is committed to all things honest, loud, and emotional. Irrevery is the irreverent and reverent product of a steady aural diet of Swans, Willie Nelson, Fiona Apple, Irving Berlin, and Bob Marley and the Wailers. Irrevery likes sincerity. Irrevery likes drama. Irrevery likes humor. Irrevery likes rawness.
TOM CSATARI “GHOST FRIENDS”
A project of American guitarist, composer, and environmentalist Tom Csatari (pronounced Chuh-tar-ee), Ghost Friends finds Csatari performing alone — on flat-top acoustic guitar — with his songs (often sung in a hum or whistle) and an assortment of analog electrical effects. Tom leads a 10-piece roots orchestra entitled “Uncivilized” out of Brooklyn, and enjoys playing the songs of others as well as drifting into the unknown. Something like Fahey, John Hurt, Bill Frisell and Lindsey Buckingham rolled into one. Tom Csatari has two albums out on the folk/americana label Tiny Montgomery Records.