Last night (2/19), the three-night "Interference AV" festival began at the AMC Empire multiplex in NYC’s Times Square. Each night features experimental video collective Undervolt & co., who project immersive VJ sets on the movie screens during live musical performances...
They played the lion's share of new album Relatives in Descent and, as good as that record is (and it's very good), songs like "Here is the Thing," "Windsor Hum," and "Male Plague" are even better, darker and more intense live.
T-Pain has been winning over new fans ever since the famously auto-tuned singer showed off that his gorgeous voice didn't need auto-tuning at all in a 2014 NPR Tiny Desk Concert (and in another one the following year). He's currently taking a similarly stripped-down approach on his acoustic tour, and just played NYC and appeared on MTV's relaunched 'TRL.'
During the last month of Brooklyn DIY venue Death by Audio's existence, photographer Ebru Yildiz practically lived at the space, shooting both the live shows and taking candid pics of life behind the scenes of those who lived and worked at DbA. Those photos are the basis of Ebru's new book We've Come So Far - The Last Days of Death By Audio...
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