TVD Recommends: Tulsa, Chait and McColm, Wyatt Blair, and Trio ooo at CD Cellar, tonight 6/5

One of the last standing record shops in Arlington, Virginia, CD Cellar specializes in vinyl and CDs, but it is also a premiere spot to catch a show. Carefully curated and free, CD Cellar offers a unique experience for those who enjoy music in an intimate setting. 

This Wednesday CD Cellar offers four bands for your evening: Wyatt Blair, Ross Wallace Chait + Ian G. McColm, Tulsa, and Trio ooo. The show starts at 8:30pm—get there early for Tulsa‚but stay for the four-course meal and don’t forget to pick up some records on your way out.

Tulsa is a five piece band who is not very internet friendly out of Arlington VA, however is still worthy of your attention. Out of the four bands in this rich line-up, it is Tulsa who will leave an etching in your brain. Don’t miss this relatively unknown band and consider it a true gift for your Wednesday night.

Wyatt Blair released Banana Cream Dream this past May on Burger Records. Hailing from the city of milk and honey, and described as “rock n’ roll deep-fried topped with burger grease with remoulade sauce,” Wyatt Blair will awaken your hunger for something you’ve been missing.

Percussionist and composers, Ian G. McColm and Ross Wallace Chait will bring their experimental intelligence to the CD Cellar from Ohio. Most recently the duo have composed songs set to the backdrop of silent movies, bringing an acquired taste to an already eccentric film, such as Man Ray’s “L’Etoile de Mer.” Come prepared with patience and an open mind to experience sound in its purest form; found.

Throw in an experimental jazz band for good measure and you have a well-rounded night to sooth your soul and a much-needed interruption to your work week.  There’s no better line up for your Wednesday night and free to boot, but do come with cash on hand, as it is always nice to give a little love in green currency to the traveling bands.

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CD Cellar is located at 2607 Wilson Blvd in Arlington, VA 22201
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