Entries tagged with: Deep Time
Infest @ 1100 Warehouse (more by Fred Pessaro)
Destruction Unit at Cheer Up Charlies (more by Sarah Frankie Linder)
Kromosom on the Lamar Bridge (more by Fred Pessaro)
Chaos in Tejas 2013 has come to a close, taking over Austin for four days across multiple venues and featuring bands as varied as Andy Stott, Kromosom and Framtid. If you missed it, live through the experience in pictures by checking out photos of The Damned and The Marked Men at 1100 Warehouse and The UV Race at Red 7 on 5/30; DIIV, Deep Time, Survive and more at Mohawk; Bolt Thrower , Full of Hell, Iron Lung and more on 5/31.
Wait, there's more: check out pics of The Men, Merchandise, Total Control and more at Cheer Up Charlie's; Framtid, Crudos, Criminal Damage, Akitsa and more on 6/1; and Infest, Manilla Road, Mind Eraser, Rival Mob and more Day 4 (6/2) coverage.
DIIV at Apollo last month (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin)
Austin festival Chaos in Tejas further expands their lineup with the addition of some notable names across many different genres. Among those announced today: Wolf Eyes, Morbosidad, Antwon, Deep Time, DIIV, Roc Marciano, Meyhem Lauren, and many many more. Full listing of artists is below, and tickets are still available for the fest and individual shows.
Lower Dens @ Chicago's the Riv, 10/1/2012 (more by Grant McAllister)
Baltimore's Lower Dens went into new, motorik directions on their second album, Nootropics so it makes sense that tracks from the record might work well in the remix world. Hence, the Nootropics Remixed EP which takes three cuts off the album and puts them into the hands of Trentemøller, Cex, and Steve Moore. You can stream Trentemøller's excellent recrafting of Nootropics standout cut "Brains" below. You can buy it directly from Ribbon Music, and if you buy any Lower Dens title, you'll get Nootropics Remixed for free.
Meanwhile, Lower Dens shared with us their picks for Best of 2012. All four current members contributed lists and none of them were straight LP lists, mixing media with inclusions for live shows, books, food, film and ephemera. Check them out below, along with that "Brains" remix.
Duchess Says at CMJ 2009 (more by Chris La Putt)
today in NYC
* Lips @ The Flat
* Spank @ UCB
* Andy Statman @ Barbes
* DJ Khaled @ Webster Hall
* Five 'Til @ Joe's Pub
* DMX @ J&R Music World
* If, Bwana @ The Stone
* The Henry Girls @ Barbes
* My Brightest Diamond @ MoMA
* Lisa B Kelley @ The Stone
* Gracie, Day Joy, Magmana @ Pianos
* Stand, Von Shakes @ The Rock Shop
* BAIO (Vampire Weekend) @ Hudson Terrace
* Lukeinternet, Tubetops, Active @ 929 XPO
* Fain-Mantega Duo, Tangolandó @ Joe's Pub
* Hubble, Dream Police, White Bike @ Zebulon
* Variety Lights, Talibam!, Coxcombs @ Maxwell's
* Mary J. Blige, D'Angelo @ PNC Bank Arts Center
* Duchess Says, The Blind Shake @ Public Assembly
* Railbird, Celestial Shore, Zula @ Cameo Gallery
* The Neighbourhood, Lovelife, Rioux @ Glasslands
* Yellowbirds, Gabriel and the Hounds @ Mercury Lounge
* Margy Pepper, Soil, Tin Vulva, Flown @ Death By Audio
* Useless Eaters, Sam Coffee & The Iron Lung @ Cake Shop
* Shovels and Rope, Christopher Paul Stelling @ Mercury Lounge
* Sole, Propaganda Anonymous, N.W.S.O., Brzowski @ Knitting Factory
* Slam Donahue, Toothpaste (Tecla & Kassa), Relations @ Delinquency
* Adira Amram, Heloise (of Heloise & The Savoir Faire) @ Littlefield
* Phone Home, Life Size Maps, What Model Citizens, Ravenous @ Big Snow
* Lemonade (DJ Set), Shawn Reynaldo, Rem Koolhaus, Ron E Laybaxx @ Glasslands
* Japanther, Unstoppable Death Machines, Catacombz , Fake Hooker @ Shea Stadium
* Teengirl Fantasy, Lemonade, Mike Q and MassacooramaanR @ Rocks Off Concert Cruises
* Action Bronson, Flatbush Zombies, Meyham Lauren, Tanya Morgan @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
* Risk! w/ Reggie Watts, Marina Franklin, Erin Barker, Brent Sullivan, Jaqi Furback @ The Pit
* Tom Shillue's Funny Story w/ Jessi Klein, Lisa Delarios, and Trace Crutchfield @ Brooklyn Brewery
* Nite Jewel & Peanut Butter Wolf performing Krafwerk's 'Computer World', Chrome Canyon @ Le Poisson Rouge
* Two Boots 25th Anniversary Party w/ Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars, Mamarazzi, Odetta Hartman, The Whiskeyhickon Boys, Himalayas @ East River Amphitheater
Two Boots is celebrating its 25th Anniversary with a free concert at East River Park Amphitheater featuring Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars, Mamarazzi, Odetta Hartman, Himalayas and The Whiskeyhickon Boys. The party goes from 5 - 9PM and will also feature free pizza.
Montreal's Duchess Says make a rare NYC appearance tonight at Public Assembly. Be prepared to get up close with singer Annie-Claude.
Next door at Music Hall of Williamsburg it's a free Converse Rubbertracks show with Action Bronson, Meyhem Lauren, Flatbush Zombies, andTanya Morgan. Admission is first come, first served. Doors are at 8 PM.
Comedy options tonight include two separate shows featuring funny people telling true stories: Reggie Watts and Marina Franklin are among the guests at Kevin Allison's "live storytelling" show 'Risk!' at The Pit (tonight's theme: "So Emotional"); and over at Brooklyn Brewery it's 'Tom Shillue's Funny Story' with Jessi Klein, Lisa Delarios, and Trace Crutchfield.
Mike Birbiglia's movie Sleepwalk with Me opens at the IFC Center tonight. The midnight screening has free popcorn and soda if you wear your pajamas. Mike and co-writer Ira Glass will be there too. Trailer for the film is below.
Clint Eastwood's Unforgiven screens at Brooklyn Bridge Park.
BrooklynVegan photo exhibit "480 Pixels" is up at 92YTribeca through September 6th. Stop by and check it out, the gallery is open until 8:30 PM tonight.
Follow BrooklynVegan on Instagram.
Bob Mould, who plays a free show at Williamsburg Park on September 7, just
released a video for "The Descent," the first single from Silver Age, his first
album for Merge Records. You can watch it below.
Deep Time have made a ghostly new video for "Gold Rush," a track which can be found on their new album. You can watch that below as well.
JJ DOOM (Jneiro Jarel and MF Doom), whose new album is streaming just made a video for one of its tracks, "GUV'NOR," which you can watch below.
Turn To Crime
As mentioned, Deep Time (formerly YellowFever), who teamed up with The Babies (featuring Vivian Girl Cassie Ramone) for a Union Pool show last night (8/15), will play 285 Kent tonight (8/16) with Cassie Ramone again, though this time Cassie will be playing with Julie from K-Holes. Turn To Crime, Weird Rivers and I'm Turning Into are also on the bill, as is a DJ set from Serpent (aka Devin from DIIV).
Turn To Crime is the solo project of Derek Stanton from Brooklyn psych rockers Awesome Color. He has a new album, Demonstration I, which you can stream or download for $8 at his bandcamp. It dives into psych rock, shoegaze, lo-fi and other subgenres that love reverb and distortion.
Turn To Crime and K-Holes also share a bill at Union Pool on Saturday (8/18) as part of the Summer Thunder Series with Viva L'American and Death Ray Music. It's a free outdoor day show with "free booze" and (not free) El Diablo tacos.
All K-Holes dates are listed below.
DOWNLOAD: Deep Time - Homebody (MP3)
As we mentioned previously, Austin, TX's Deep Time (formerly YellowFever) release their debut album today (7/10) via Hardly Art. The whole record is streaming but if you want something to download, we've got the MP3 premiere of the album's moody new single, "Homebody," which you can download above.
The band have expanded their previously-announced tour, including a second NYC date, happening at Union Pool on August 15 with The Babies. That's the day before their show at 285 Kent (8/16) with just-added opener Talk Normal.
Updated Deep Time tour dates are listed below...
by Bill Pearis
DOWNLOAD: Deep Time - Clouds (MP3)
More than a couple years in the making, Austin's Deep Time (formerly YellowFever, I still forget they changed it) are finally releasing their debut album next week on Hardly Art. Spooky and spare, it's nine songs, 32 minutes with not a second, note or instrument wasted with Jennifer Moore's haunting vocals right up front. Worth the wait, I'd say. And you can get it on opaque green vinyl. You can stream the entire album at the bottom of this post and watch the video for lead track "Clouds." It's a cool listen for a hot Friday afternoon.
Deep Time will head out on tour starting next week and will play NYC on August 16 at the now air-conditioned 285 Kent. (Openers TBA.) All tour dates are listed below.
DOWNLOAD: Deep Time - Clouds (MP3)
As you may have heard, Austin's YellowFever changed their name to Deep Time earlier this year for some sort of legal issues. With that minor setback out of the way, Jennifer Moore and Adam Jones have been busy readying Deep Time's debut album which is out July 10 via Hardly Art. You can hear a track from it, "Clouds," right now and by the sound of it the only thing that's changed is their name. A good thing.
Album artwork and tracklist are below.