Halie made it to Washed Out’s DJ set w/ Le Blorr at Georgia Theatre earlier this week. Check out some beautiful pictures from the evening!
We’re very proud of one of our favorite acts out of Middle Georgia!
Adult Swim takes us on a tour of Ernest Greene’s (Washed Out) new home and studio in Eatonton, GA.
After opening for Washed Out at one of The Blue Indian’s shows back in April, people haven’t stopped asking me about this guy since. Josh McGinty releases, “It’s Time to Grow Friends Adaptation.”
William Haun, a very respected photographer in Macon, GA, just so happened to be at “TheBlueIndian.com Presents: Washed Out” at The 567 last Saturday, April 17th. I just spotted the fella in the crowd of faces (mainly because he was carrying a very nice camera) and asked him if he’d send me a link to […]
William Haun’s incredible video of Washed Out performing live in Macon!
Rolling Stone has labeled him as a one-man show crafting “impossibly gorgeous pop that mixes up woozy synthesizers, droney shoegaze textures and funky, sometimes danceable beats.” He’s not what you think though. After hearing the music of Ernest Greene, more popularly known by his stage name, Washed Out, it becomes actually difficult to imagine the […]
TheBlueIndian.com Presents WASHED OUT
Saturday, April 17, 2010 at The 567 Cafe, 567 Cherry St., Macon, GA
The new addition to The Blue Indian, its entry page, was created to simply provide you a better experience with The Blue Indian, especially if you’re a first-time visitor. The page is designed to hopefully make it easier for you, the reader, to find certain articles that may interest you more than others. And while […]
So, I follow Ernest Greene’s (you know him as Washed Out) photo blog pretty regularly. It’s always a severe disappointment when I go there and discover that there’s no new additions. He’s that good, folks. He keeps it interesting by posting these little videos he makes in his spare time. Greene certainly finds thrifty, out-of-the-box ways to […]
Washed Out in the Big Apple It seems every day Washed Out’s popularity meter grows more and more red. We honestly have a hard time keeping up with the fella. Ernest Greene, the man behind the namesake, played his first New York show at Manhattan’s Santos Party House on the 18th of October. There’s YouTube […]
Ernest Greene is a man of many side-projects– one of them being his growing collection of photographs, which are available for your viewing pleasure at his photo blog. You may have heard his music under the moniker, Washed Out, but he continues to keep me interested with not only his music, but his producing projects […]