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The “Songs From Montague Terrace: A Tribute To Scott Walker” concert at LPR this Sunday is a celebration of the album of the same name, which was released today… and features cover versions by artists including Sondre Lerche, Bright Light Bright Light, the Invisible Familiars and Cibo Matto.
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The folks over at Entertainment Weekly‘s Music Mix blog are currently streaming Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Chris Garneau’s new LP, Winter Games.
Garneau will be celebrating the album with a record release show at LPR on Friday, November 22….
Winter Games, which is out today, explores some dark themes. “This record isn’t about trivial
…Icelandic composer/pianist Jóhann Jóhannsson returned to LPR for the third time on September 10th, his second time with the American Contemporary Music Ensemble (ACME). The show included an opening set from multi-instrumentalist/composer Angélica Negrón. It was a night filled with beautiful, quiet compositions that played off each other wonderfully.
Our friends at Q2 were on
Next Tuesday, September 24 iamamiwhoami will fill the Brooklyn Masonic Temple with intricate sounds and stunning visuals. Presented by LPR and the BOOM Collective…, the concert is one of only two dates scheduled for the Swedish act’s much-anticipated US live debut. With the show less than a week away, here’s an overview of
San Fermin’s self-titled album isn’t out until September 17, but you can listen to it now over at NPR Music…. The album is an absolutely gorgeous collection of chamber pop music with contemporary classical tendencies. As a pop album, it is full of surprises as the three vocalists (none of which are bandleader Ellis
Valgeir Sigurðsson and Nadia Sirota performed at LPR this past March in one of my personal favorite shows of 2013. Lucky for us, Q2 Music… was on hand to record the show so that you can hear it now. Take a listen above to a fantastic set from the Icelandic composer, with an opening set
…Brooklyn’s Daniel Lopatin just released a new track from his drone-y experimental solo project Oneohtrix Point Never, and it’s a good one. “Problem Areas” will appear on Oneohtrix Point Never’s forthcoming album R Plus Seven. Out on September 30, the record follows 2010′s widely acclaimed Returnal and marks Lopatin’s debut on the mighty Warp Records.
Not one to remain idle for long, Bischoff stopped by WNYC’s Soundcheck earlier this week…. With help from NYC classical ensemble Contemporanous and Jen Goma of People Get Ready,
While she’s busy overseas, Caro Emerald wants to be sure that those of us on this side of the pond aren’t feeling left out. Caro’s been kind enough to provide us with a free download of her live version of “Absolutely Me,” recorded at LPR! Enjoy!
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Colin Stetson is a unique talent who has cultivated a sound that is all his own. Having played with Tom Waits, Arcade Fire, David Byrne, Bon Iver and many others, the Montreal-based saxophonist has made the rounds and on May 8th he’ll be playing a solo set in celebration of his new album at LPR…
On March 26th we welcomed composer John Adams for a return visit to LPR, where the Attacca Quartet presented Mr. Adams’ string quartets in celebration of their recent recording Fellow Traveler – The Complete String Quartet Works of John Adams…. They performed works from his 2008 String Quartet to his 1994 piece John’s Book
Violist Nadia Sirota is releasing her newest album Baroque… is not actually comprised of baroque music. The album instead explores what it is to compose music for a solo instrumentalist in 2013. Six different composers — Nico Muhly, Daniel Bjarnason, Paul Corley, Shara Worden, Judd Greenstein, Missy Mazzoli — write pieces that compliment Sirota’s unique
NEXT Collective — featuring saxophonists Leogan Richardson and Walter Smith III, guitarist Matthew Stevens, bassist Ben Williams, drummer Jamire Williams, and special guest Christian Scott on trumpet — are celebrating the release of their album Cover Art…, which features covers of tracks by Pearl Jam, Jay-Z, Little Dragon, Stereolab, Bon Iver, and others, at
…On January 15th the Grand Band, the piano / keyboard sextet comprised of pianists Vicky Chow, David Friend, Paul Kerekes, Blair McMillen, Lisa Moore, and Isabelle O’Connell, performed Simeon ten Holt’s “Canto Ostinato” at LPR. Their tribute to the composer, who passed away at age 89 on November 25th, is available to stream in its
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Head over to NPR’s “All Songs Considered” to take a listen to Erin McKeown’s latest single, “The Jailer“. This track is off of her upcoming release, MANIFESTRA, due out in mid January. MANIFESTRA is McKeown’s seventh album and was funded by her enthusiastic fan-base through PledgeMusic…. The
Violens‘ new release “True” was released today on Slumberland Records, and the good people at SPIN currently have the full LP available to stream! Head over to SPIN.com… and take a listen, you won’t be disappointed! Elbrecht and Iddo Arad of Violens also sat down with SPIN to discuss the meanings behind some
Pole, “Birth of Reggae Music” Mix:
Pluggy Satchmo “23rd Psalm”
Junior Delgado “Sons of Slave”
Michael Palmer “Don´t smoke the Seed”
Calvin Stuart “Babylon a turn dem back”
Badoo “Rocking of the 10.000″
Gregory Isaacs “Reservation”
Check out this new track from Light Asylum’s upcoming self titled release called, “IPC”
Light Asylum will be celebrating the release of their new album here at LPR w/ oOoOO and Black Marble on May 3rd. Don’t miss out! (click here… for more details)
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If you like what you hear, Pedro Soler & Gasper Claus… will be performing live at LPR on Wednesday, April 18th!