Entries tagged with: Jo Schornikow
Luke Temple (Here We Go Magic), Jo Schornikow (Phosphoresent), Woodsman and more are playing 'ONE NIGHT IN GREENPOINT' on December 14 at Church of the Messiah GReenpoint to benefit Common Ground, "a homeless outreach program ending homelessness in NYC." Tickets for that benefit are on sale now.
Get Up Kids-related Reggie and the Full Effect and NJ emo duo Dads are playing The Studio at Webster Hall on February 20. Tickets to that show are on sale now.
Browse our 'Tickets On Sale' tag for more recently announced NYC shows.
Satomi w/ Deerhoof at Ecstatic Music Festival 2013 (more by David Andrako)
Manhattan Inn (632 Manhattan Ave) is continuing to host its free concert series this summer, and there's a couple interesting shows coming up, including former Psychedelic Furs keyboardist (and Loser's Lounge bandleader) Joe Mcginty doing his weekly piano karaoke tonight (7/2).
Another upcoming show is Sky White Tiger, the collective led by former Polyphonic Spree member Louis Schwadron, who has also worked with Grizzly Bear, St. Vincent, Radiohead, and Elton John. They play this Wednesday (7/3) at 10 PM.
On July 7, former Shivers member/current Phosphorescent member Jo Schornikow will play a solo set at 9:30 PM.
And on July 14, Satomi from Deerhoof and Saya from Tenniscoats will play a collaborative set as Oneone, and support comes from Brooklyn indie rockers Celestial Shore.
Check out the full lineup at Manhattan Inn's site.
by Andrew Sacher
Moon Casale (aka Keith Zarriello of The Shivers) released his self titled debut album earlier this month and you can stream the entire thing below or order it in digital/vinyl formats at bandcamp. While Keith can do a bit of genre hopping in The Shivers, the Moon Casale album is entirely bare bones loner folk which would sound pretty great in a candle-lit church, which just so happens to be where he's doing his record release show. The show happens in NYC on January 25 at The Greenpoint Reformed Church with Jo Schornikow (aka the other half of The Shivers), The Sparrow (aka Mina Karimi), Scott Rudd, and Paloma Gil, who is one half of The Dove and the Wolf. Admission is $5 at the door and proceeds go to the church's soup kitchen which feeds the homeless three times a week. More info at the facebook event.
Scott Rudd has toured the UK with Jo Schornikow in the past, and he has other NYC shows coming up after the Greepoint Reformed Church show. He also plays Bar4 on February 2, The Manhattan Inn on February 18, Post Crypt Cafe on February 22, and American Folk Art Museum on March 22. You can stream his track, "Probably Lied," below.
That stream, a stream of the Moon Casale album, a video for a Moon Casale b-side, and a Dove and the Wolf video, below...
Esme Barrera, well known the Austin music scene, was tragically murdered on New Year's Eve/Day in her Austin home. Tributes and benefit announcements are quickly increasing in number online including tweets by the likes of Ted Leo, Okkervil River, Ringo Deathstarr, YACHT, and Centro-Matic. Even Matador's Gerard Cosloy wrote a blog post about her...
"There's not a shred of hyperbole in my voice when I tell you such a party would've been sorely lacking without Esme's presence. As will all future parties, because in the early hours of Sunday morning, she was killed just blocks away from the venue where she and so many others who loved her to bits were ringing the new year."On Thursday, January 12th, Permanent Wave is holding a benefit in her honor at
Big Snow Buffalo Lodge (89 Varet St Bk NY 11206, Bushwick, NY) with Kelli Scarr, Golden Ghost is in town, Jo Schornikow (The Shivers), and Shannon Barnett. You can also make a donation in her name to Girls Rock Camp Austin where she volunteered.
Rest in Peace Esme.