Washington's guitarist Anthony Pirog surfaced with
Where Is Home (2012), a collaboration with Janel Leppin.
Palo Colorado Dream (Cuneiform, 2014), performed in a trio with
drummer Ches Smith and bassist Michael Formanek,
collects music of the previous decade, ranging from
new-age folk music (Palo Colorado Dream)
to poppy ditties (Song In 5),
from anthemic post-rock (The New Electric) to
romantic balladry (I'm Not Coming Home).
The trio even doubles as a bar band in
The Great Northern, a Latin-tingued lullaby that morphs into a loud and rowdy blues jam.
The more adventurous listeners are treated to a couple of
dissonant and disjointed intermezzos (Minimalist, Threshold)
whose ideas blossom in the longer surreal chaotic soundscape of
Music of the Anacostia Delta (Cuneiform 2016), credited to the
Spellcasters, was a collaboration with fellow guitarists Joel Harrison and Dave Chappell and a rhythm section.
Pirog then joined Brendan Canty and Joe Lally of Fugazi to form the punk-rock
band Messthetics, documented on
The Messthetics (Dischord, 2018)
Anthropocosmic Nest (2019).
The same trio of Palo Colorado Dream recorded the 14 brief vignettes
of Pocket Poem (Cuneiform, 2020).
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