’90s-era Boston Indie Rockers Betwixt Reunite for Pair of Reunion Shows

Formed in 1997 from the ashes of Bulkhead (Tom Devaney) and Turkish Delight (Leah Callahan and Dave Nelson), with the addition of Gordon Withers (J Robbins Band, Office of Future Plans, etc.) on cello, Betwixt were part of the loose and extended noise and art rock scene in Boston in the ’90s. Nearly two and a half decades since their formation, the quartet recently announced a pair of reunion shows next month in New York and Boston.

The band, perform at The Delancey in New York on Thursday, November 11, and at Plough & Stars in Boston on Friday, November 12.

Last year, the band’s highly acclaimed second LP, The Salty Tang was remastered from the original tapes and is became available for the first time on limited-edition vinyl LP. The album was originally released on CD by Archenemy Record Company in 1999.

Listen to and purchase The Salty Tang reissue LP here.

During the band’s brief but prolific three-year career it released a single (Lucky 13 b/w Seahorse) on Castle Von Buhler Records in 1997, followed by the full-length album Moustache in 1998.

The Salty Tang was recorded and produced by David Minehan at Wooly Mammoth Sound in Boston and by Joel Hamburger at Supersonic Studio in Cambridge, Mass. The album was mastered for vinyl by Scott Anthony at Storybook Sound.

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