Tim Kasher’s versatility as a songwriter has always justified his jumps back and forth between projects. The Omaha native is best known for fronting two influential bands: Saddle Creek Records mainstays Cursive and the Good Life. Cursive remains the more popular group, a raging post-hardcore outfit with a penchant for concept albums, most notably the early ’00s LPs Domestica and The Ugly Organ. The Good Life, a more traditional indie-rock outfit, debuted in 2000 with Novena on a Nocturn, at first a solo affair but later expanding to the lineup that makes their recent full-band material like 2015’s Everybody’s Coming Down so well-balanced. Kasher’s most recent album came under his own name: No Resolution is equally defined by his excellent songwriting fundamentals and affinity for warm, lovingly crafted arrangements. His touring lineup is faithful to those arrangements, featuring cello, violin, and trumpet. John Bradley and Campdogzz open.
PROMOTIONAL EVENT DESCRIPTION Tim Kasher at the Turf Club
Saturday, June 10, 2017 8:00 PM | $13.00 Advance | $15.00 Door | 21+
Tim Kasher: of Cursive and The Good Life – released his new solo album No Resolution on March 3, 2017 via 15 Passenger, the new label owned and operated by the members of Cursive (Kasher, bassist Matt Maginn, and guitarist/vocalist Ted Stevens). Earning press attention from outlets including All Music Guide, The AV Club, Brooklyn Vegan, CLRVYNT, Ghettoblaster, Impose, Noisey, Paste, PunkNews.org, and Stereogum, among others, the album is the natural continuation of Kasher’s constantly evolving body of work.