Duet for Theremin and Lap Steel ”Oumuamua’ release party w/ W8ing4UFOs at Railroad Earth June 12

DfTaLS: Scott Burland (left) and Frank Schultz. Photo by Chad Radford.


Duet For Theremin and Lap Steel play the ‘Oumuamua CD release party with W8ing4UFOs on Saturday, June 12. Free (donations accepted). 8 p.m. (doors). Railroad Earth, 1467 Oxford Rd NE.

DfTaLS’ latest release, titled ‘Oumuamua is a 2xCD recorded during the fall/winter of 2020, released by Stickfigure Recordings. The music takes a deep dive into the imagery and the mystery surrounding the interstellar traveler after whom the album takes its name. Check out the first single, “Vesta,” posted above.

W8ing4UFOs will close out the evening with a set of songs from their 2020 release, Don’t Let The Asshats Burn You (Striped Light). Press play below.


The show will take place in Railroad Earth’s backyard performance space. Bring a lawn chair. DfTaLS will kick things off around 8:30-ish p.m. Donations support RRE and W8ING4UFOs.

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Music in the Woods feat. DfTaLS and George Trotter, Grady Cousins, and Neil Fried Saturday, September 19

Duet for Theremin and Lap Steel. Photo by Brandon English.

Scott Burland and Frank Schultz, aka Duet For Theremin and Lap Steel, headline an evening of droning ambiance on the lawn at Railroad Earth near the Emory Village. Guitar player and video artist George Trotter teams up with Grady Cousins and Neil Fried to open the show.

It’s free to attend, but donations for the artists and venue are encouraged. Music starts at 8 p.m. Bring a beverage, bring a lawn chair, and bring a mask! Railroad Earth, 1467 Oxford Rd NE.

In the meantime, check out DfTaLS’ latest release, Halocline.