Entries tagged with: Matt Bauer
Ramesh at Mercury Lounge in 2012 (more by Chris La Putt)
Former Voxtrot frontman Ramesh released a great EP a while back and he's finally wrapping up work on his debut solo album. He hasn't revealed anything from that album yet, but maybe we'll get to hear some new tracks when he plays a solo show in NYC on March 1 at Union Hall with Good Field and Matt Bauer. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
Neo-soul/jazz singer Jose James released his new album, No Beginning, No End (which features instrumentation from Robert Glasper and D'Angelo/Erykah Badu bassist Pino Palldino), and is going on a tour in support of hit which hits NYC on March 27 at Music Hall of Williamsburg with Taylor McFerrin. Tickets for that show are on sale now. All tour dates are listed below.
Ben Howard, who opened for Mumford & Sons at Barclays Center last night (2/12), is playing Central Park Summerstage on July 29 with Michael Kiwanuka. Tickets for that show go on AmEx/Summerstage presale today at noon with a general on-sale starting Friday (2/15) at noon.
Colin Hay is playing Town Hall on October 12. Tickets for that show go on AmEx presale today at noon with a general on-sale starting Friday (2/15) at noon.
The Virgins and Har Mar Superstar are playing Bowery Ballroom on April 1 and tickets to this show go on AmEx presale today at noon with the regular on-sale happening Friday (2/15) at noon.
photos by Chris La Putt
"Neo-folk and it's many reinterpretations predominated the line-up, which included Headless Horseman, Bentley Addison Wood, Strand of Oaks, Matt Bauer, The Loom and more (we left before Death in it's many forms arrived). This is also just to say that the urban-woodsman look--plaid with hair on your head and/or on your chinny-chin chin--is still in, plus instruments that you probably haven't seen played since that brief stint in your middle school band (and a few odd balls): pots and pans, banjo, soprano/baritone ukulele, upright bass, French horn and trumpet. Watching Timothy Showalter of Strand of Oaks shimmy with his guitar, Matt Bauer plucking his banjo singing "Daddy was a spider and Momma was a fly," and The Loom in all their polyphonic glory, I was keenly reminded of how awesome house parties of the non-college-Milwaukee's-Beast breed really can be." [Dirty Art Smock]Though he didn't stay until the end (much like the above reviewer), Chris La Putt stopped by our loft party that took place on Friday, October 22nd. His pictures are in this post. He left after The Loom which means he missed Alcoholic Faith Mission, Dan Mangan, and O'Death.
The Loom left on a tour not long after the party. They're in Philly tonight (11/12) and the tour ends this Saturday night, 11/13, at Bowery Ballroom. They and Anais Mitchell are both opening for Horse Feathers. Tickets are still on sale, and I have a couple pairs you can win. Details at the end of the loft pictures, below...
Local Natives playing the loft in 2009 (more by Chris La Putt)
BrooklynVegan presents: The Whisk & Ladle Loft Show IIListen to some tracks from these artists HERE. RSVP if you're looking for a unique low key option away from the rat race tonight. See you there! And today at Public Assembly!
Date: Friday, October 22rd
Time: Doors @ 8pm
Location: Williamsburg, Brooklyn. RSVP for specific location
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9:00 - Headless Horseman (Brooklyn, NY)
9:45 - Strand of Oaks (Wilkes-Barre/Philadelphia, PA) -
10:30 - The Loom (Brooklyn, NY)
11:30 - Dan Mangan (Vancouver, CA) -
12:15 - O'Death (Brooklyn, NY) -