The Music Slut loved it, giving the show a 9/10.
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The English genre known as dubstep has flourished just as its precursors—garage and drum and bass—did: by letting sounds unfold over the generous course of a d.j.’s evening. Pop songs don’t have that kind of spare time, but they’re always hungry for new sounds, so subcultures do have a way of finding their way into
Artlog recently interviewed Edina Tokodi, the Hungarian born, New York based artist who’s work is currently on display at The Gallery at LPR.
To point out our huge distance from nature sounds like a cliché already. City dwellers often have no relation to animals or greenery.
I don’t mean for these to be taken as
The New York Times on Harvey Milk… at LPR:
There’s a lot of meta-sublimity going on right now in indie rock. Sometimes it really is sublime. Sometimes it’s a dry joke passed off as catharsis. Now Harvey Milk is on tour for a record it made in 1993 but was only released in January on
On March 9th Cursive will release “Discovering America,” their first track since last year’s Mama, I’m Swollen. All profits from the single will go to benefit the Denver-based American Indian College Fund. You can listen to the track, which looks at the mistreatment of that community by the folks “discovering” America, over at Stereogum….
Check out RCRD LBL…‘s MP3 of the day, “Dog Days Are Over (Breakage Remix)”
Florence always sounds like a wailing widow means her vocals are perfect for playing the role of anonymous diva to club remixes’ throbbing machismo. Do what you like with this because Breakage certainly has, revving up his dubstep steamroller and
This record was such an in-depth spiritual process. By the time I finished with my engineers — I mean you’re never really finished — you get very reflective. Touring is like some army shit, you’re out there with a bunch of guys, on your own in the world instead of being in the studio where
It’s rare that I enjoy every artist on the line-up, but Wednesday night’s show at Le Poisson Rouge hit all the right notes. Sure, I was a bit bummed out that Balmorhea had canceled (due to “urgent family matters”), but the last minute replacement for the opening slot, Sam Amidon, was a welcome addition to
For nearly two decades, Chicago’s Tortoise has been defying expectations, winning fans to its eclectic mash-up of prog-rock and post-rock, without the benefits of lyrics. After a couple of albums in the wilderness (if you give credence to the opinions of music critics), Tortoise made a strong statement with Beacons of Ancestorship, its sixth proper
NY1 interviewed Josh Rouse when he performed at LPR last month. Watch it over here….
Check out the latest episode of John and Molly Get Along, and come see their show in The Gallery at LPR on March 31st…!
Pitchfork.tv put together a short film from the October 15th Dead Man’s Bones… show at LPR. Check it out! You’ll get to see Ryan Gosling and Zach Shields organizing their talent show, rehearsing with a children’s choir, and auditioning a one-woman “poop opera.”