Welcome to Transistor's Recordings page, where we offer a selection of live performance recordings from our Friday night music series and other in-store and off-site recording sessions (all of it presented in reverse chronology below).

Most Friday nights at 8:00 Transistor presents music performances by local and touring acts. Check the Events page for upcoming shows.

Transistor has also produced the off-site live-performance recording series The Transistor Session. That series replaced the Sunday Session. Recordings from both are available below.


2016 

(Also check out our 2016 archive player)

June 17, 2016
Friday night live at Transistor: singer-songwriters Sue FinkChris Corsale and Laura Joy.  


June 10, 2016
Friday night live at Transistor: progressive jazz from the Drew Hansen Quartet with Macie Stewart and modern acoustic jazz from Columbus, Ohio's Screeching Owl


June 3, 2016
Friday night live at Transistor: experimental guitar from hicksoncompactgroup and experimental electronics from Michael Nervous.


May 27, 2016
Friday night live at Transistor: solo experimental guitar from Derek Allen, solo experimental percussion from Chris Sies, and free-form folk from Justin Purtill.

 


May 20, 2016
Friday night live at Transistor: mixed-medium ensemble Strange Frontiers, experimental violin-saxophone duo Irine Røsnes & Thom Caminito, and jazz from the Black Diamond Quartet.  


May 13, 2016
Friday night live at Transistor: singer-songwriters Rebecca JassoRobin Bienemann and Rachel Drew.


May 6, 2016
Friday night live at Transistor: dusty folk pop from Steven Gilpin, country-folk from Nashville-based troubadour Matt Campbell, and indie singer-songwriter Randi Russo.  


April 29, 2016
Friday night live at Transistor: modern folk duo The Belle Weather and alt-rock-funk-blues trio Girl Named Nino.


April 22, 2016
Friday night live at Transistor: folk, rock, blues and funk from Adam Stasica, indie pop from Ocean Days and indie folk from Stephen Chopek


April 15, 2016
Friday night live at Transistor: hip-hop/soul from Bryan Khedive and Demetrius G.   


April 8, 2016
Friday night live at Transistor: experimental electronic music from Marsden Giolas and Tetra F(x).


April 1, 2016
Friday night live at Transistor: improvised drum and trumpet from Valentor // Fritcher Duo and Latin-inspired jazz from Malena Quartet


March 25, 2016
Friday night live at Transistor: indie pop from Lee & Andy Ketch and singer-songwriter guitar & drums duo Zapruder Point. 


March 11, 2016
Friday night live at Transistor: experimental jazz from Atticus Lazenby/Ben Schmidt-Swartz Duo, improvised melodic soundscapes from Dustin Laurenzi and Jeremy Cunningham (pictured), and free jazz from Open Forum Project.   


March 4, 2016
Friday night live at Transistor: physical modeling and modular syntheses from Coppice.


February 26, 2016
Friday night live at Transistor: folk & jazz from Ana Munteanu (pictured) and Afro-folk-pop from Liberian singer-songwriter Abraham Mellish. 


February 19, 2016
Friday night live at Transistor: folktronica from Terry Tertiary and Songburd. Sound by Jon Monteverde.


February 12, 2016
Friday night live at Transistor: electrically induced objects from Aaron Zarzutzki and improvised voice and double bass from Albert Wildeman and Carol Genetti (pictured). 


February 5, 2016
Friday night live at Transistor: modern jazz & new music quintet Talking Ear and electronic synth-pop trio The Field Recorders (pictured).


January 29, 2016
Friday night live at Transistor: improvised drum duets from Julian Kirshner-Matt Murphy Duo and melodic free improvisation from Brad Fritcher’s MOODS (pictured).  


January 22, 2016
Friday night live at Transistor: indie folk from Scott & Odie (pictured), Steven P. Robinson and David Anthony Marshall.   


January 15, 2016
Friday night live at Transistor: experimental guitar from Christopher Riggs (pictured), viola & electronics duo Hanna Brock & Will Soderberg, and one-man math rock from The Roarer


January 8, 2016
Friday night live at Transistor: indie folk rock trio Spooktacular, experimental electro-ambient duo Trenchalant, and cross-genre sound artist Kiku Hibino (pictured).  


Also available, recordings from: 

2015

2014 

2013

2012

2011