Org: 60th Jubilee ~ 8/19/23

Org: 60th Jubilee ~ 8/19/23

an outdoor (weather-permitting*) in-person event with live music (and maybe more)

saturday, august 19th, 2023

doors: 7:30pm 
show starts at ≈ 8pm

performances by Boston-area performers:

achilles heal sax quartet

a living, breathing, 4-saxed organism!


miles wilder

one-person pit orchestra, synthesizing organic and digital soundscapes that ride a delicate balance between exacting precision and raucous abandon


singer mali

operatic anti-pop by your Org host, with Dylan Jack on drums and Tony Leva on bass/es

space is limited, RSVP required


to RSVP please email with your full name and whether you’ll be bringing a plus one. you’ll receive the address and any further info

hope you can make it!

*if it rains, we’ll move the event indoors

faun fables ~ 6/29/23 ~ basement show

an intimate evening of song-tales and witchy art-folk 

faun fables is the California-based duo of partners Dawn McCarthy and Nils Frykdahl (with two of their daughters will joining them on stage for this summer tour). their music is indescribably unique, beautiful, haunting and sometimes playful. Dawn and Nils voices are two of the most distinct in modern music. they accompany themselves with guitars, flutes, and drums.

doors open at: 7:30pm 
show starts at ≈ 8pm

$20-$40 sliding scale suggested donation

space is limited ~ RSVP required.
advance donation via Venmo or Zelle is requested. if you don’t have either, you can bring cash to the door.
either way, to RSVP please email me with your full name and whether you will be bringing a plus one. we’ll coordinate your donation from there.

org: back to the basement     3/18/23

org: back to the basement 3/18/23

a limited capacity in-person* event with live music, poetry & film
in the basement of Cloud Club

saturday, march 18th, 2023

doors: 7:30pm 
show starts at ≈ 8pm

performances by local artists:

Miles Wilder

singer/songwriter/composer/multi-instrumentalist/live looping performer ~ haunting melodies from a sonorous garden where all are welcome

goodnight to every child

poems about the Walter Fernald Center by Oliver Egger and videos by Bryan Parcival

singer mali

your host performing in trio formation with Tony Leva (bass) and Dylan Jack (drums) as we prepare for a long-delayed and long-awaited album release in the Fall

this event is full for in-person attendance, but we’ll be doing an experimental, trial-run livestream here:

Org: Down Below Basement Show

Org: Down Below Basement Show

not actual location

a limited capacity in-person* event with live music & animated shorts in the basement at cloud club

friday, december 9th, 2022

doors: 7:30pm

show starts at ≈ 8pm


live music by:

line on some trip

French-Middle-Eastern anti/alt-folk singer-songwriter touring with her pandemic-recorded album to ease anxiety and depression

singer mali

your host performing in trio formation with Tony Leva (bass) and Dylan Jack (drums). we’re fresh from a mini-tour and feeling inspired to keep up the performing and sharing of the new music

+ animated shorts curated by Bryan Parcival 

please use our contact form for more info and to attend.


* masks optional

A Night About You – 4/13/18

A NIGHT ABOUT YOU  – Friday April 13th – A house concert featuring About You + Toledo + Olivia Barton

About You
sensitive, skilled, subtle, & sublime
Olivia Barton
Olivia Barton is a singer/songwriter from Orlando, Florida who writes indie folk rock songs in the vein of The Staves and Phoebe Bridgers. Her songs feature a pure voice swimming in dark guitars, singing about sad things she never intended to tell strangers.

Doors 7:30pm, show at 8pm ••• suggested donation: $15-$20 + food/drink to share.
SPACE IS LIMITEDYou must RSVP to attend. Please email [] to RSVP and for address
past presenters & performers

past presenters & performers

Leah Acker — neuroscientist
Adam Anderson — astrophysicist
Yasmine Azaiez — musician
Eren Başbuğ — musician
Katherine Behar — academic, artist
Khiara Bridges — law & anthropology professor, dancer
Paul Bush — filmmaker
Mika Cooper — reformed academic
Michael Dewberry — builder
Joe Dumit — anthropologist of science
Judson Evans — poet
Dylan Foley — musician, composer
Bill Gardner — sound engineer
Adam Glasseye — musician, songwriter
Nate Greenslit — anthro-apologist
Burcu Guleç — singer
Giles Hall — builder
Wes Hazard — comedian
Jenny Herzog — dancer, musician
Sarah Hughes — saxophonist
Max Jackson — didgeridoo player
Dan (“the Bagel Man”) Kontoff — activist
Rebecca Kopycinski — musician, multimedia
Jerry Leake — percussionist
Charmaine Lee — vocalist
Tony Leva — musician
Ruth Lingford — filmmaker
Cassandra Long — artist, writer
David Mann — psychiatrist
Wythe Marschall — historian of science, writer, futurist
Jacob Moses — historian of science
Jacqueline Olds — psychiatrist
Amanda Palmer — singer, songwriter, author
Daniel Pencer — saxophonist
Brandon Perdomo — photographer
Liz Roncka — dancer
Sophia Roosth — historian of science
Jason Sanford — musician, builder
Mali Sastri — singer, songwriter
Curt Savoie — principal data scientist for the City of Boston
Richard Schwartz — psychiatrist
Arian Shafiee — musician
Gene Shinozaki — beat-boxer
Norah Solorzano — animator
Vessela Stoyanova — marimbist, composer
Janaka Stucky — poet, former undertaker
Marianne Thompson — Plein Air painter
Drew Wesely — guitarist
Cally Womick — artist, model
Georgia Young — musician
Vika Zafrin — cook