Sunday, August 26, 2018  |  Door 8pm

Noodleboy & Andrew WeathersIndoor concert w/ Andrew Weathers & Noodleboy


Andrew Weathers (b.1988) is a young American composer and improviser originally from Chapel Hill, NC currently based in Littlefield, TX. His music exists in a space between improvisation and composition—equally influenced by the 20th century American minimalists and underground noise. He has a BM in Music Composition from the University of North Carolina—Greensboro, and an MFA in Electronic Music at Mills College.

Andrew performs rigorously in a variety of contexts, both composed and improvised. In addition to solo performances, he heads up the Andrew Weathers Ensemble and the Real Life Rock and Roll Band. He also performs and records regularly with Tethers, Parties, Talk More, and Common Eider, King Eider. In the past, he has performed with Kurvan Choir, Northern Valentine, Tatsuya Nakatani, Laurent Estoppey, and Hal McGee, among others. In addition to his busy performing schedule, Weathers helps run Full Spectrum Records, works at Other Minds, and works as a freelance mixing and mastering engineer.


Noodleboy is the songwriting & home recording project of Jeremy Purser. Jeremy is an artist, musician, and homesteader based in Durham, NC. His sound practice follows a synthesis of self-expression and aleatoric discovery. Prior to Noodleboy, Jeremy has performed with Mike Shiflet and Eunuch, and has recorded improvisations with Nathan McLaughlin. He is currently working on a vegetable farm and writing songs about weeds. The name “Noodleboy” was given by a beloved as if it had been carried and revealed when the time arrived; also it relieved him of naming the project himself. Noodleboy songs tend the realm of personal experiences, love, cats, and plants.