Entries tagged with: Huerco S
Actress recently released his newest album, Ghettoville, which seemed like it would be his last, but whether or not it is, he's still playing shows. The UK producer will return to NYC to hit Cameo Gallery on April 11. There's good local support on that bill too, including Dutch E Germ, who makes his "live debut" at this show (he's played other shows though), and Software-signed producer Huerco S. Tickets for that show are on sale now. All Actress dates are listed below.
Dutch E Germ, aka ex-Gang Gang Dance member Timothy Dewit, recently released his IN.RAK.DUST EP, which you can stream below. You can also stream his earlier single, "HBA War," which you may recognize as the song Kanye sampled on "New Slaves."
Warpaint at SXSW 2014 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
There are a lot of post-SXSW artists swinging through town tonight, making for show overload. You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...
Cut Copy, Jessy Lanza, Turkish Prison @ Terminal 5
Cut Copy bring their trusty synth pop over from Australia for a sold-out two-night run at Terminal 5, beginning tonight. If you're going, don't miss Hyperdub-signed downtempo pop singer Jessy Lanza, who was pretty impressive last week at SXSW.
Warpaint, Cate Le Bon @ Webster Hall
Warpaint's second album is a slow burn, more about vibe than obvious singles, but the record has many sultry charms. They're very good live too. If you're attending this sold-out show don't miss the wonderful Cate Le Bon who opens.
The War On Drugs, TEEN, Sore Eros @ MHOW
The War on Drugs sound better than ever on their new album, Lost in the Dream, which takes the sound they honed on 2011's Slave Ambient and expands on it. Tonight they wrap up their sold-out three-night run in NYC.
How To Dress Well, Forest Swords @ Rough Trade
R&B singer/songwriter How to Dress Well recently released a new single, "Words I Don't Remember," which sounded pretty promising that he only continues to get better. He's in NYC tonight for this sold out Rough Trade NYC show, which is the venue's first night open after having closed for months (but the second show -- Rathborne plays an early show at 7:30). Psychedelic beatmaker Forest Swords opens tonight and he's worth catching too.
Ex Hex, Andrew Cedermark @ Mercury Lounge
Ex Hex is the newest project of Mary Timony (Wild Flag, Helium, Autoclave), and from seeing them at SXSW and CMJ, it sounds like Mary is still churning out great songs over 20 years into her career. This is their second of two NYC shows this week.
Big Ups, Roomrunner, Greys, Kal Marks @ Shea Stadium
This is a NYC show for recent Carpark signees, Greys, on their way back home from SXSW to Toronto. The METZ-like punks will be joined by a solid local-ish lineup that includes NYC caustic post-hardcore band Big Ups, Baltimore grunge lovers Roomrunner, and Boston indie rockers Kal Marks.
Anamanaguchi, Maxo, Awkwafina @ Brooklyn Night Bazaar
Brooklyn Night Bazaar offers weekends of local artisan shopping, gourmet eats, beer and wine, ping pong, black light minigolf and music all under one Greenpoint roof. Tonight's musical entertainment is headlined by hyperactive 8-bit pop band Anamanaguchi.
The Clientele, Versus, Barbara Manning, The Saturday People @ The Bell House
he good folks at Chickfactor throw another birthday party at the Bell House, with lots of hand-picked bands both old and new. Tonight features a the first show in nine years from the classic Strange Geometry line-up of The Clientele, plus indie rock vets Versus, onetime SF Seals singer Barbara Manning and DC pop vets The Saturday People.
The Body, Theologian, Couch Slut @ Saint Vitus
The Body tour pretty constantly and their noisy sludge never gets old. Tonight they return to Saint Vitus for another show here with Theologian and Couch Slut.
Woman's Hour, Jenny Hval, Future Of What @ Glasslands
This London four-piece have been together since 2011, and over the course of a handful of singles have carved out an identifiable sound: chilled-out pop, heavy on synths but strictly slow-dance material. Comparisons to The xx are not entirely off-mark, but the quartet aren't quite that minimal. Having just played SXSW, they're in NYC for two shows, this being the second. If you're going tonight, don't miss Jenny Hval, who brings over her terrifically strange art pop all the way from Norway.
Fat White Family @ BV SXSW (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Fat White Family, Shilpa Ray, Vaadat Charigim, Memo @ Pianos
Hide the children! The UK's sleezy, depraved rock band have hit NYC after leaving their stink on Austin at SXSW. They really are a "must see live" band, and this is your first of three chances here to do so. Tonight's an early-ish show (FWF are on at 10 PM) with Israeli shoegazers Vaadat Charigim and local hellion Shilpa Ray. That's a good show!
Shellshag, Brick Mower, Ben Snakepit, Pity Party @ Acheron
It's a great show at Acheron tonight with local DIY vets Shellshag, their punky Don Giovanni labelmates Brick Mower, Austin zinester Ben Snakepit, and ex-The Measure [sa] punks Pity Party.
The Suzan, Clinical Trials, Fielded, Psychic Reality @ Death by Audio
There's some good local music on this bill, including indie pop band The Suzan and electronic pop singer/producer Fielded.
Vulture Shit, Mannequin Pussy, Gym Shorts, Big Neck Police @ Emet
NYC punks Mannequin Pussy have been a regular on the local live scene for a while, but this is their first hometown show since announcing their signing to Tiny Engines (Cayetana, The Hotelier). Also of note on this bill is local guitar-less punks Vulture Shit.
Tanks Amigo, Christines, Univers, Doubting Thomas Cruise Control @ Cake Shop
Spanish band Univers make a reverby sound not too far off from Girls Names or Crystal Stilts; members of CS are part of Tanks Amigo who play their first show in two years; and Christines is the very Swervedriver-y new band from Andy Burr of Woven Bones.
The xx @ Park Avenue Armory
The xx continue their run of 25 shows at the Park Avenue Armory which run through March 29. Each show is extremely intimate (holds 40 people) and very sold out.
The Allman Brothers Band @ Beacon Theatre
Pioneers of jam bands, and progenitors of blues and southern rock, The Allman Brothers continue their multi-night run at Beacon Theatre tonight.
Axxa/Abraxas, Donovan Blanc, Anika (DJ set) @ Baby's All Right
Ben Asbury made the new Axxa / Abraxas album with Jarvis Taveniere from Woods, and you can definitely hear some of his band in Axxa/Abraxas -- the folky psych-pop and occasional falsetto vocals. Tonight's his first NYC show and also features the mysterious Donovan Blanc, plus a DJ from German singer Anika.
FaltyDL, Teengirl Fantasy, Huerco S, Weird Magic DJ set @ Baby's All Right
The late show at Baby's tonight is a dancey one with three of NYC's finest beatmakers.
NO, Reuben and the Dark, The Darcys @ Cameo Gallery
All three of these bands are on the Canadian label Arts & Crafts, and their joint tour is in NYC for two shows, this being the first. We're partial to The Darcys who have been known to cover whole albums by Steely Dan.
For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our NYC concert calendar.
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The Polish-based experimental/electronic Unsound Festival took 2013 off in NYC (it did happen in other countries though), but it will return for another installment this year from April 2 - 6 at various venues, including Cameo Gallery, Issue Project Room, BAMcinematek, The Wick, Lincoln Center, and others. Artists playing include Demdike Stare, Huerco S, DeepChord, Inga Copeland, Ital & Halal, Ben Vida, Vladislav Delay and others.
Ticket info TBA, but you can check out the full schedule below...
by Bill Pearis
Electronic musician Ryan McRyhew moved from Denver to Chicago a couple years ago where he records as Thug Entrancer. His new album, Death After Life came out this week (2/11) via Mexican Summer imprint Software. Like other records on Software, Death After Life is minimal, ambient stuff, though there are at least a couple tracks that fall into dance. You can check out the video for "Death After Life I" and another track below, and stream the whole album via Rdio.
Thug Entrancer is visiting NYC this weekend, playing Baby's All Right on Saturday (2/15) with Supreme Cuts and WC Kid. Tickets are on sale now, but if you'd like to go for free, we've got a pair to give away. Details below.
Video, stream and contest details below...
by Andrew Sacher
UK IDM producer Patten recently signed to Warp, who put out his EOLIAN INSTATE EP back in November, and are planning to release his next full length album, ESTOILE NAIANT, on February 24. For the album, Patten worked on visual collaborations with director Jane Eastlight, and one of the results of that is the video for the atmospheric downtempo first single, "Drift," which can be watched, along with the album's tracklist, below.
Patten has a few dates coming up, including two in NYC this week. First he plays Output's Panther Room TONIGHT (1/9) for the venue's weekly INPUT party. Tonight's show is billed as a "DJ/re-edit" set and also includes Software-signed minimalist Huerco S. and UNO-signed Mykki Blanco collaborator Gobby. Tickets for tonight's show are available here and here.
After that, Patten will make the North American debut of his A/V show at Joe's Pub on Saturday (1/11). The show is part of the APAP conference and also includes Red Baraat and Metal Tongues. Tickets are on sale now.
All dates are listed, along with the video and tracklist, below...
people outside Other Music on Record Store Day 2013 (more by PSquared)
Other Music, the NYC record store (15 E 4th St) and record label (home to Nude Beach, Mutual Benefit, and others), has published its top 30 albums of 2013 list. The multi-genre list has a lot of cool, generally smaller releases in the electronic, hip hop, garage rock, folk, jazz, and other genres, steering clear of the big names that end up on a lot of these lists.
Check out the whole list in alphabetical order below, and read commentary on each one, plus take a look at Other Music's favorite reissues here.
by Andrew Sacher
I always look forward to FACT's year-end list, which you can count on to be chock full of (but not limited to) forward-thinking electronic music, pop, R&B and rap, and it's one of the lists where I'm usually guaranteed to find something new. They just put out their 50 Best Albums of 2013 list, and it has all of those things, from one of the biggest name pop stars of the year to some of the most obscure stuff. It's also got one of the least obvious #1s I've seen on lists this year.
Check out the whole thing below...
King Khan & the Shrines @ House of Vans (more by Courtney Dudley)
Inter Arma at Hopscotch Fest 2013 (more by Karen A. Mann)
Browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows. Here are some highlights...
The Broken Circle Breakdown screening @ Knitting Factory (FREE)
Start off your night with a free screening on this acclaimed Belgian drama, a romance set against tattoo parlors and bluegrass bands. It officially opens on Friday but BrooklynVegan is presenting this FREE screening tonight. No RSVP necessary. 7 PM, First come, first served. Trailer for the film is below.
King Khan & The Shrines, Hell Shovel @ Webster Hall
Garage soul party starters King Kahn & the Shrines kicked back into action this year with Idle No More, their first album for Merge. KK shows are always wild but add in Devil's Night to the mix, and who knows what sort of craziness we'll get. Tickets are still available.
Black Tusk, Inter Arma, Descender, No Way @ Saint Vitus
The punky sludge metal of Black Tusk and the psychedelic black metal of Inter Arma make for an excellent heavy double bill. And where better to see it than the black-walled Saint Vitus?
Grand Resort (as New Order), Dead Stars (as Nirvana), Butter The Children (as the Pixies), Le Rug (as At The Drive In), Turnip King (as The Velvet Underground), Honduras (as Green Day) @ 285 Kent Avenue
Halloween is just around the corner (tomorrow!) and these local indie bands are getting in the spirit tonight by "dressing up as" (aka covering) older bands.
Cypress Hill, Redman, Smoke DZA @ Best Buy Theater
Another Halloween regular: Cypress Hill return to Best Buy Theater tonight. The hip hop group will be joined by fellow veteran Redman, and a much newer rapper, Smoke DZA.
Tera Melos, Fang Island, Zorch @ Bowery Ballroom
Do you like guitars? Do you like them fast, noodly, and all over the place, but still catchy? Then you'll love this bill of all Sargent House bands, who will provide a triple attack of fun, fists-raised shred.
Ital, Huerco S., Creep (DJ set), The Range, Aurora Halal @ Cameo Gallery
This bill is not to miss for fans of IDM. Ital is always a great time, Huerco S' brand of minimalism is fantastic, and The Range was one of the hotter names in electronic music at this year's CMJ.
RL Grime, DJ Wonder @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
For a very different type of electronic music, and one to likely have the crowd going a bit wilder than tonight's Cameo show, the exciting, upcoming trap producer RL Grime headlines this sold-out show at MHOW tonight.
Pop. 1280, Oozing Wound, The Dreebs, Sediment Club @ Death By Audio
This is a good bill for fans of dark, guitar-oriented music with the gothy Pop. 1280, the trashy Oozing Wound, the shoegazy Dreebs, and the no-wavey Sediment Club.
The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black, Youthquake, No Bra @ The Bowery Electric
For those who like their Devil's Night fun on weird side, there's probably no better show than this, with the theatrical Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black, gothy Youthquake, and the literally topless postpunk performance art of No Bra.
Vulture Shit, Flagland, Pocket Pool, Washer @ Trash Bar
Another of many chances to catch promising Brooklyn punk bands Vulture Shit and Flagland.
Keep Shelly In Athens, Alexander Howard @ The Mercury Lounge
Night two in NYC for dreamy Greek electronic pop band Keep Shelly in Athens.
Chance The Rapper, DJ Rashad & Spinn @ SOB's
Chance the Rapper has had a pretty successful career thanks to his catchy Acid Rap mixtape, and this week he returns to NYC for two sold out shows at SOB's. This is night two and he's doing two shows (early and late). Also don't miss footwork wizard DJ Rashad.
Young Braised, Jay Arner @ Coco66
It's a double dose of Vancouver, with trippy hip hop artist Young Braised and Jay Arner who leans towards Wild Nothing style dream pop.
Nothing Changes w/ You, Ell V Gore @ Home Sweet Home
For some, every Wednesday is Halloween. Get down with darkwave, minimal synth, industrial, EBM, and straight-up goth at this weekly, fog-machine-filled party. Performing live are synthy You and Toronto's twisted Ell V Gore. Believer/Law were supposed to be on this show but they dropped off.
How Was Your Week with Julie Klausner @ The Bell House
Julie Klausner is taping her popular podcast live tonight with a pretty stellar line-up of guests: , Ted Leo, A.C. Newman, Jean Grae, and Laura Benanti. Sold out.
Big Terrific @ Cameo Gallery
Max Silvestri hosts the free weekly comedy show in the back of Williamsburg's Lovin' Cup. Tonight's line-up features Ben Kronberg, Eliza Skinner, Alice Wetterlund, Bob Powers, and Noah Garfinkel.
It's Devil's Night. Watch out for mischief!
For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our full NYC show calendar.
For laughs, check out the NYC Comedy calendar too.
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Speedy Ortiz at Death by Audio in July (more by Vladislav Grach)
Trad-indie torch carriers Speedy Ortiz have been doing a ton of touring this year, many NYC shows included, and that show-count will increase even more this month when the Northampton, MA band returns for CMJ.
The first of their currently announced CMJ appearances is the previously discussed Panache showcase happening on 10/17 at Baby's All Right (146 Broadway) with Hunters, Ex-Cult, Calvin Love, Homeshake and Big Ups. More info at the Facebook event. Flyer below.
Then they play Pitchfork's unnoficial show happening at 285 Kent on 10/18 with Yamantaka // Sonic Titan, Priests, Joanna Gruesome, Perfect Pussy, Eleanor Friedberger (solo), and Courtney Barnett. Tickets for that show are on sale now. Flyer and schedule below.
Lastly (for now at least), they play the previously discussed Exploding In Sound Records showcase at Silent Barn on 10/19 with Pile, Fat History Month, Two Inch Astronaut, Grass Is Green, Kal Marks, Palehound, Krill, Roomrunner, and Porches.
After CMJ, Speedy Ortiz singer/guitarist Sadie Dupuis will take part in the Elliott Smith tribute at Glasslands on 10/21 which also features Cat Power, Cole of DIIV, Sky Ferreira, Marissa Nadler and more. Tickets for that show are still available.
And then just after that, Speedy will join Dinosaur Jr. frontman J. Mascis for another Brooklyn show at The Flat on 10/23. More details on that show TBA. Dinosaur Jr. will be back in NYC in December to open for MGMT at Barclays Center (12/13) (tickets).
Meanwhile, speaking of Pitchfork CMJ, they're doing another unofficial show at 285 Kent on 10/19 with an electronic-oriented lineup of Ryan Hemsworth, Kelela, Traxman, The Range, Jahiliyya Field, Huerco S, and Mas Ysa. Tickets for that show are on sale now. Flyer and schedule below.
All Speedy Ortiz dates are listed, along with show flyers and more, below...
by Fred Pessaro
Huerco S. practices minimal, lo-fi synth pop on the track "Prinzif" from his new effort Colonial Patterns, out September 24 via Mexican Summer's Sofware imprint. It's second track from the album to see the light of day and resembles early Washed Out. You can stream it and its predecessor "Quivira (Reprise)" below.
Huerco S is scheduled to play the final PS1 Warm-Up of the season this Saturday (9/7, tickets) and then will hit 285 Kent later that same night to team with Madteo, Matthewdavid, Anenon and A Pleasure. Tickets are still available.
Outside of those dates, look for Huerco S. to join names like Zola Jesus, The Orb, Nicolas Jaar and many esteemed others at the Decibel Festival in Seattle at the end of September. Huerco S. replaced The Haxan Cloak who cancelled, and is playing an XLR8R showcase with Evian Christ. Full lineup for that festival and that stream is below.
photos by Amanda Hatfield
Liars / Jon Hopkins / partiers @ PS1, 8/31/2013
MoMA PS1 Warm Up closed out August with a bang on Saturday (8/31) with one of the most stacked, varied line-ups of the season, featuring live performances from bands Liars and IO Echo, plus sets from Cajmere, Lil Silva, Jon Hopkins and Sam Valenti IV. Pictures from all their performances are in this post.
Warm Up concludes its 2013 season this Saturday (9/7) with French electronic artist Alan Braxe, acclaimed hip hop producer Young Guru, Soul Clap & Wolf + Lamb, Lee Bannon and Huerco S. Tickets are still available.
More pictures from the penultimate PS1 Warm Up of 2013 below...
UPDATE: We've been told the set of dates we posted is unconfirmed, so they're down for now. Hopefully they end up confirming. Stay tuned for updates.
UPDATE 2: One of the dates we had listed, but then unlisted, is now announced, and it
happens as part of the Decibel Festival in Seattle in September.
UPDATE 3: Haxan Cloak is officially off of the Decibel show which is now an XLR8R showcase with Huerco S added to the bill.
The Haxan Cloak released his newest album, Excavation, earlier this year via Tri Angle Records. You can stream one of its tracks, "The Mirror Reflecting (Part 2)," along with a Spotify stream of the full album and the list of all tour dates, below.
photos by Erik Erikson
Blondes at 110 Troutman - 9/15/12
The day after the secret show at 285 Kent (9/14), which Ariel Pink didn't play, a Weird Magic-presented show went down at 110 Troutman (9/15) in Brooklyn with Blondes, Huerco S., Lamin Fofana, and Slava, plus DJ sets by Jan Woo, Irradiance Cache, //API//, and Terekke (who was a last-minute addition). Pictures from the show are in this post.
Teengirl Fantasy were on the bill too but the party was shut down by cops before they could take the stage. To make up for that, the band tweeted that they'll do a "secret set somewhere in bk this fri try 2 guess." There's a guest this Friday (9/21) at the Glasslands show with Nicholas, Jacques Renault, and Down + Out, but the guest is "from down under," so we can assume that's someone from Australia and not Teengirl Fantasy. There's also a special guest at the 285 Kent show with Laurel Halo, Ital, M. Geddes Gengras and Magic Touch. Any guesses on where it will be?
More pics from Saturday's show are below.
Teengirl Fantasy on a boat last month (more by Leia Jospe)
Teengirl Fantasy recently wrapped up their tour in support of their solid new record, Tracer. Now that they're home in Brooklyn and have some time to kill before Seattle's Decibel Festival (9/29), they're teaming up with old local pals Blondes for a Weird Magic-presented show on Saturday (9/15) at 110 Troutman in Bushwick with Huerco S., Lamin Fofana, and Slava. All five of those artists will be playing live and there will be DJ sets by Jan Woo, Ircache, and //API//. The flier for this show is below.
Meanwhile, Blondes have other upcoming shows including a Night Spa party on Sunday at Body by Brooklyn (275 Park Ave), where they'll DJ along with DJ sets by Jordan Lawlor (guitarist/bassist/keyboardist in M83), Physical Therapy and Jubilee. Tickets for that party are available. Blondes (live) were also added as an opener to the upcoming John Talabot show at Le Poisson Rouge on September 27, where he'll be playing live with Pional, who sings on his album. Tickets for show are still available.
All lists of dates, the flier for Saturday's show, and a stream of Teengirl Fantasy's remix of Blondes' "Wine" are below...