Entries tagged with: Night Moves
photo: The Forms @ Cameo in 2010 (more by Jessica Amaya)
Jify knew the building was for sale back in December 2013, but it wasn't until March 2014 that 88 Property LLC bought the place (an architect is listed as the contact representative on the deed, hinting the building will be undergoing some renovations in the near future). At first, things seemed fine. "It wasn't immediate," he said. "But then things got weird and we were basically waiting for a two months notice, which is almost tougher."Most but not all of Cameo's final schedule is up and it includes:
I asked him what he meant by things getting weird. "They wanted us out," he clarified. "They looked for all possible ways to get us out, until we had no option but to surrender under their terms. So it wasn't just rent getting high."
Jify declined to go into specifics, but it sounded like he tried his best to hold on. "I can definitely say that even when I knew it was gonna be over, I still tried to figure out ways to undo it!"
10/31: "Freaky Halloween" party with DJ sets from Neon Indian and Ssion, plus a live performance by Le1f, and karaoke hosted by Samantha Urbani. That is a FREE party and starts at midnight.
11/1: "Bernie Fest" which features comedians Janeane Garofolo, Mark Normand (Comedy Central/Everywhere), Aparna Nancherla (Late Night w/ Seth Meyers), Mike Drucker (The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon), Matt Koff (Daily Show), Greg Barris (Heart of Darkness), Aaron Glaser (Slow Dance), Will Betts, and Emily Lynn. Tickets are on sale and proceeds go to the Bernie Sanders Presidential Campaign.
11/12: Popgun Presents' Farewell Party w/ Beacon, Glass Gang, DJ Internet Xplorer, DJ David Rafael (tickets)
11/13: Lemonade, Teen Commandments (tickets)
11/14: Class Actress, Starchild & The New Romantic, DJ Mia Moretti (tickets)
11/20: Jukely presents The Juan Maclean (free with RSVP)
The final night of Cameo is November 21 and the lineup for that has yet to be announced. Remaining Cameo schedule is listed below.
by Bill Pearis
Though they've continued to play around town, it's been a while since we've really heard any new recorded music from ARMS, the solo project of former Harlem Shakes' guitarist Todd Goldstein. After 2011's highly ambitious Summer Skills (and a subsequent EP), Todd went back school and do other life things. But the creative itch struck again and, working with drummer Tlacael Esparza, ARMS are back with EP2 which will be out via Paper Garden on September 10. That's the cover art above. The first released track from it is "Comfort," which is much more a straight-ahead rocker than anything on Summer Skills, and it's powered by a very hooky riff. You can stream it below.
ARMS have a couple upcoming shows too. They'll play Glasslands on July 27 with Night Moves, and tickets for that show are on sale now. They'll also play a release show for the new EP at Mercury Lounge on September 10. Tickets for that one go on sale today at noon.
Flyer for the Glasslands show and new song stream below...
Long-running country punks Supersuckers, who've been at it for over two decades now (and put out a bunch of records on Sub Pop in the '90s) are playing a NYC show on September 7 at The Bell House. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
Prog rock legends Yes have been on a tour this year which hit NYC back in April and comes to Port Chester for a Capitol Theatre show on 7/28, and that tour will return to the area on August 3 at Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden, NJ for what they're calling Yestival. It's a mini festival that also features Renaissance, The Musical Box (performing Foxtrot), Carl Palmer Band, and an appearance from Roger Dean. Yes will be performing The Yes Album and Close to the Edge at the show. Tickets for Yestival are on sale now.
Pretty & Nice, MiniBoone, and Miracles of Modern Science are playing Mercury Lounge on September 6. Tickets for that show go on AmEx presale today at noon. General on-sale starts Friday (7/19) at noon.
ARMS play Mercury Lounge on September 10. Tickets for that show go on AmEx presale today at noon. General on-sale starts Friday (7/19) at noon. Arms also play Glasslands on July 27 with Night Moves, and tickets for that show are on sale now.
Tickets for the Widowspeak, Pure Bathing Culture, and Spires show at Bowery Ballroom go on AmEx presale today at noon. Tickets for Pure Bathing Culture's show at Glasslands with Leapling are still available.
photos by David Andrako; words by Bill Pearis
Django Django @ MHOW, 3/6/2013
Django Django's popularity has had a slow, steady rise over the last 12 months. Their first U.S. show was almost exactly a year ago at Glasslands (one BV presented) and now they just finished two sold-out nights at Music Hall of Williamsburg (March 6 and 7) on their biggest North American tour yet. While the setlist hasn't changed much (or at all) since March 2012, the live show production values most certainly have. Last year, their biggest visual element was an oversized tambourine. This year, they came armed with an impressive light show using projections cast on Venetian blinds. To quote a friend of mine, "Looks dope."
If you went, what did you think? Anybody go to both? You can check out more photos from Wednesday's night show -- including some of openers Night Moves -- below.
Lord Huron at Mercury Lounge in October (more by Dan Bracaglia)
As the year comes to a close, we're wrapping up these year-end lists from artists and other people in the music world. Today we posted lists by BV radio host Nick Masi, Gardens & Villa, and Brooklyn Bowl talent buyer Adam Geringer-Dunn. Browse our "Best of 2012" tag for many more. Now here's one from Ben Schneider, frontman of LA folk rockers Lord Huron. The list includes a couple veteran folk singers, who most likely influenced Ben's own writing, two very different and very notable experimental music leaders, Lord Huron tourmates Night Moves, and a '70s Afghan pop star.
Check out the full list, and some tour dates, below...
photos by Dan Bracaglia
Lord Huron @ Mercury Lounge - 10/9/12
LA band Lord Huron brought their tour with Night Moves to NYC for their first of two shows here last night (10/9) at Mercury Lounge with Eastern Midwestern and Ludwig Persik. The tour is in support of their new album, Lonesome Dreams, which came out this week (10/9) and which you can stream on NPR. Lord Huron and Night Moves continue their tour this week and return to NYC on Friday (10/12) at Glasslands. Tickets for that show are still available.
More pictures from last night's show are below.
Domino announced the signing of Minneapolis band Night Moves in March. They'll release an LP called Colored Emotions in the summer of 2012, but first put out a 7" single for "Headlights" b/w "Horses." Listen to "Headlights" below and check out Night Moves at Pianos in NYC TONIGHT (Saturday, 4/7), or on the road with Caveman (who have a show coming up at the Brooklyn Museum) at one of the dates listed below...