Entries tagged with: Samara Lubelski
photos by P Squared, words by Andrew Sacher
Godspeed You! Black Emperor are currently in the midst of a three-night run in NYC on their current tour. They hit Terminal 5 on Tuesday (9/29) and last night (9/30) they played the most intimate of the three, Music Hall of Williamsburg. Despite being on hiatus for most of the 2000s, Godspeed have been back for five years now and they have two full lengths that are on par with most of their initial material, so it doesn't feel at all like you're seeing a reunited band. Besides, their set was actually heavier on newer stuff. They played all of this year's Asunder, Sweet and Other Distress and they've been debuting a new song on this tour too.
It's kind of a cliche to say, but this show was a trip. It started with a lengthy drone that could cause the crowd for a less talented band to start talking or run to the bar or the bathroom, but for Godspeed everyone in the packed room stood quietly still. The band slowly built that drone up more and more, and eventually led into the first familiar moment of the evening, "Gathering Storm" off Lift Yr. Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven. Because they have no lyrics to focus on and are too slow-building to dance to, there's probably a point in the show where your thoughts are scattered and you forget where you are for a minute, and that's exactly the moment where Godspeed go into a chord change or a dynamic shift that completely overwhelms you (that happened to me at least). Bands like this are usually described as "cerebral" (or sometimes, "pretentious"), but Godspeed are the rare band in this style who elicit a truly visceral reaction in people, and last night's show did just that. You could tell from the way people cheered, or the looks on their faces if you looked around, how hard this band was hitting them. It was a really, really great show.
The run wraps up at Warsaw tonight (10/1) with Downtown Boys opening (sold out). MHOW was opened with a solo set by Samara Lubelski, who has played in a number of projects including Thurston Moore's band Chelsea Light Moving. Most of her set was with an effected electric guitar and her hushed, breathy vocals, and she ended with an instrumental violin piece.
More pictures from MHOW and Godspeed's setlist below...
Noise-folk singer Tara Jane O'Neil, who we last heard from on the Karen Dalton tribute earlier this year, is in New York at the moment. Having recently played a Hudson, NY show, she has two in NYC this week.
The first is Tuesday (8/18) at Union Pool with prolific experimental musician Samara Lubelski and Sapropelic Pycnic (aka Kathleen Baird, of Spires That In The Sunset Rise and Circuit des Yeux's band). That's $10 at the door. More info here. Then she plays Max Fish on Thursday (8/20). That's at the venue's new Orchard St location (120 Orchard) and will have Tara playing as a trio with Ryan Sawyer and Wilder Zoby.
After that she does a residency with James Kidd at BOFFO on Fire Island. Starting September 5, Tara says, "We will be working on a new piece for 2 weeks. we will present this work in progress at a yet undetermined location in Fire Island Pines." Her only other announced date is Denver's Goldrush Music Fest in September.
Watch a TJO video below...
NYC's "festival of noise and abstract liberation" Ende Tymes Festival was recently announced to return this year from May 13-17 at Knockdown Center, Silent Barn and Outpost Artists Resources, and you can now check out the full schedule with daily lineups and set times. The fest includes Z'EV, Metalux, Dead Machines, Pharmakon, Lary 7, Gen Ken Montgomery, Chris Goudreau (of Sickness), David Lee Myers, Thomas Dimuzio, Bastard Noise, C. Spencer Yeh, Marcia Bassett & Samara Lubelski and many more.
NYC's Ende Tymes Festival will return this year from May 13-17 at Knockdown Center, Silent Barn and Outpost Artists Resources. The "festival of noise and abstract liberation" features a variety of veterans and newcomers including Z'EV, Metalux, Dead Machines, Pharmakon, Lary 7, Gen Ken Montgomery, Chris Goudreau (of Sickness), David Lee Myers, Thomas Dimuzio, Bastard Noise, C. Spencer Yeh, Marcia Bassett & Samara Lubelski and many more.
More info here. Full lineup below...
by Andrew Sacher
Last year, guitarist Matt Robidoux left Speedy Ortiz and focused instead on his noisier band Pony Bones. Matt since formed an even noisier band, Curse Purse, whose lineup also includes Ted Lee of Zebu and Miss Olivia Kennett. They played their first show in late July and released a self-titled EP on Feeding Tube Records in November which is mostly devoid of all melody and song structure. Check that out, plus the video for its opening track and a video of their first live show, below.
Curse Purse will come to NYC this weekend for a show on Sunday (1/18) at Palisades, where they'll be performing a set featuring outsider/punk artist Gary Panter. Also on the bill is a duo set from Chelsea Light Moving's Samara Lubelski and Marcia Bassett, CE Schneider Topical (members of another Feeding Tube band, Blanche Blanche Blanche), KHF, and Blessed Thistle. It's their only upcoming show we're aware of at the moment.
Videos and EP stream below...
Nick Cave at Prospect Park in July (more by PSquared)
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...
Nick Cave @ Town Hall
Nick Cave returns to NYC yet again, for another screening of his semi-documentary 20,000 Days on Earth and a solo live performance. Sold out.
King Crimson @ Best Buy Theater
Robert Fripp's legendary prog band King Crimson are back and for this tour Fripp will be joined by Gavin Harrison (drums), Bill Rieflin (drums), Pat Mastelotto (drums), Tony Levin (bass and vocals), Mel Collins (Sax, flute), and Jakko Jakszyk (guitar, vocals). Crimson's got tons of different styles throughout their long career that dates back to the late '60s, so tonight should be anything but predictable. Third of four shows.
Wu Tang Clan, The Diplomats, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Curren$y, Lil Kim, Dom Kennedy @ Barclays Center
It's a stacked bill at Brooklyn's Barclays Center tonight of legendary hip hop from Wu-Tang, Dipset, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony and Lil Kim, plus a couple of the better newer-comers, Curren$y and Dom Kennedy.
The Drums, Beverly, Literature @ Bowery Ballroom
The Drums new album, Encyclopedia, adds some welcome dissonance to their usual helium-fueled surf pop. Tonight's sold out show features two superior indie pop bands: Beverly and Philly's Literature. There's a Sunday matinee show at Rough Trade too.
Backwords, Wild Yaks, Dead Stars, Radical Dads @ Baby's All Right
Backwords have come a long way from their folky beginnings and the band's new album, Nest, is fairly ambitious. They celebrate its release tonight with a very solid lineup of fellow Brooklynites, including classic-style indie rockers, Radical Dads.
Windhand, All Them Witches, Ilsa, Elder @ Saint Vitus
Windhand's doom metal (like most doom metal) is indebted to other bands, especially Electric Wizard, but they've got a sense of melody that makes them genuinely catchy. Their psych-rockin' tourmates All Them Witches are worth catching as well.
Kayo Dot, Islaja, Ill Convoy @ Trans-Pecos
Art metallers Kayo Dot have an insane palette of sounds on their upcoming album, Coffins on Io (obviously), and tonight they'll bring that wacky mix of styles to life at Trans-Pecos.
Kronos Quartet, Natalie Merchant, Rhiannon Giddens, Sam Amidon, Olivia Chaney @ BAM
The "Nonesuch Records at BAM" celebration continues today with an impressive lineup leaning towards the folk side of the spectrum.
Rhett Miller @ City Winery
While his band The Old 97's just released their new album, Most Messed Up, frontman Rhett Miller is in town tonight for this solo show.
Stiff Little Fingers, The So So Glos @ Irving Plaza
Jake Burns has kept the SLF flame alive through myriad lineup changes, though original bassist Ali McMordie is now part of the lineup again. Expect burners like "Suspect Device," "Alternative Ulster" and other favorites.
Yacht, White Fang @ Mercury Lounge
Having just singed to Downtown records, Portland dance duo Yacht will be trying out new material on this tour, plus old favorites too. This is their first of three NYC shows with White Fang. Tonight is sold out.
Those Darlins, Landlady, Heat,The Dirty Nil @ Brooklyn Night Bazaar
It's another night of free music and not-free food, drinks, arcade games, shopping and more at the Brooklyn Night Bazaar. Tonight's a good lineup featuring Montreal's HEAT, Brooklyn's Landlady and Nashville's Those Darlins.
Palomar, The Oranges Band, So Cow, Overlord @ Cake Shop
Palomar have been around since the late '90s and have outlasted all sorts of other more hyped Brooklyn bands and scenes, putting out quality indie rock LP after quality indie rock LP. Tonight they play with another longrunning indie band, The Oranges Band, and Ireland's So Cow. That's a good show!
The Gooch Palms, Ed Schrader's Music Beat, New England Patriots, Mr. Transylvania @ Death By Audio
Seemingly every garagey/psych Australian band are on tour in the US right now, and tonight NYC gets Newcastle duo The Gooch Palms, their second of two shows here. DbA mainstays Ed Schrader's Music Beat are also a welcome addition to this lineup.
The Hacker, UNTOLD, Helix, Hank Jackson, Octo Octa @ 88 Palace
UK electronic musician Untold has put out tons of impressive material over the past few years, and had a hand in starting the post-dubstep movement, including an early association with James Blake. Tonight he's in NYC.
Javelin, Ejecta, The Great Void @ Glasslands
Avant-pop band Javelin team up with the Neon Indian-related and nudity-lovin' Ejecta tonight for this show at Glasslands.
The Dandy Warhols, Bonfire Beach @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Celebrating their 20th anniversary as a band this year, snarky psych-pop band The Dandy Warhols play their second of two MHOW shows tonight.
The Cave Singers, Ghost Pal @ Rough Trade
Folk rockers The Cave Singers return to NYC for two shows this weekend, this being the second.
Avi Buffalo @ Rough Trade (2 PM, free)
After taking time off for life stuff, Avi Buffalo is back with his second album, At Best Cuckold, which is another charming, cleverly arranged dose of acoustic-y indiepop. This is a free afternoon show (2 PM) and all ages.
United Waters, Samara Lubelski @ Silent Barn
NY's United Waters (the project of ex-Mouthus member Brian Sullivan) put out their album Sunburner earlier this year on Bathetic (the label Angel Olsen used to be on), and it's 8 tracks of good pop songwriting covered by a hazy coat of lo-fi. Samara Lubelski, who played in Chelsea Light Moving with Thurston Moore and several other projects, is on the bill too.
Doom, Hard Skin, EEL, Crimson Scarlett, Kicker, Nomad @ The Wick
Brooklyn's Burning continues today with UK crust vets Doom headlining, along with Oi!-sters Hard Skin, PE-infused punks EEL, dark punks Crimson Scarlett, the Neurosis/Filth/Dystopia-related Kicker, and Brooklyn noisecore rippers Nomad.
Steely Dan @ Capitol Theatre
Donald Fagen and Walter Becker bring Steely Dan's "Jamalot Ever After" tour to The Capitol Theatre . Wear your bad sneakers if you like, but we have a feeling they don't serve pina coladas there.
The Sugarman 3, Naomi Shelton & Gospel Queens, Daptone Records (DJ set) @ The Lot In Long Island City
The Lot in Long Island City is a free, all ages music & film series and today's afternoon entertainment features classic R&B/soul.
Jonny Greenwood (of Radiohead performing the score to "There Will Be Blood") @ United Palace Theatre
Paul Thomas Anderson's 2007 film There Will Be Blood makes its "live" premiere tonight and the event includes Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood performing his score along with help from the 50-piece Wordless Music Orchestra. This is night 2.
Bill Frisell @ Lincoln Center
Guitarist extraordinaire Bill Frisell, who'll soon be out playing shows with Sam Amidon, is with the Big Sur Quintet tonight, working work entirely from Woodie Gurtherie's catalog.
Dita Von Teese @ Gramercy Theatre
Burlesque star Dita Von Teese hits NYC for five nights as part of her "Burlesque: Strip Strip Hooray!" production. This is the final night.
Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival @ Bell House
The EMCF has two shows at The Bell House tonight: the always popular Pretty Good Friends, and then later one called "You Never Know Who Might Drop By." Both are sold out.
For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our NYC concert calendar.
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Montreal-based saxophonist Colin Stetson does a lot of collaborating, in addition to his own records and playing on other peoples. One of his many projects is Oso Blanco, an avant garde quartet that also features trumpeter Nate Wooley, violinist C. Spencer Yeh (of Burning Star Core) & drummer Ryan Sawyer. You can check out video of Oso Blanco playing live at Union Pool back in 2011 below, and you can see them live in person Monday (8/25) at Baby's All Right. Also on the bill are Samara Lubelski (Jackie-O Motherfucker, Chelsea Light Moving) playing solo, and James Hoff. Tickets are on sale.
The Baby's All Right show is the day after Arcade Fire's three-night run at Barclays Center. Colin Played on Reflektor and has played live with them before... maybe he'll make an appearance at these shows? We shall see. The only other date on Colin's schedule is playing the Rewire Festival in the Netherlands in November.
Live video of Oso Blanco below..
by Wyatt Marshall
Bastard Noise at Death by Audio in 2010 (more by Fred Pessaro)
NYC's noise and experimental music festival Ende Tymes just announced the lineup for its fourth annual festival which, as in previous years, will be going down at Silent Barn and Outpost Artist Resources. Ende Tymes will run from May 8 through May 11, so prepare yourself to venture to outersound via four days of really, really loud.
The lineup includes long-running noise/powerviolence/experimental/etc band Bastard Noise, former Yellow Swans member Pete Swanson, noise/ambient electronic master Kevin Drumm, a duo set from Metalux member MV Carbon and Body/Head member Bill Nace, a duo set from Zaimph's Marcia Bassett and Chelsea Light Moving member Samara Lubelski, Japan's
Full lineup below...
Chelsea Light Moving at Bowery Ballroom in April (more by Greg Cristman)
As discussed, Thurston Moore is kicking off a residency at The Stone with two New Year's Eve shows at the venue. His first show is an 8 PM duo set with the venue's artistic director John Zorn ($25 at the door), and since we last spoke, he's expanded the schedule for the second show.
It begins at 10 PM with a previously discussed trio set of Thurston, The Minutemen's Mike Watt, and Black Flag/Sonic Youth/Minutemen/etc album designer Raymond Pettibon (brother of Greg Ginn). Then from 11:30 PM to 1 AM, Thurston's current band Chelsea Light Moving will play. Admission for the late show is $50 at the door and that gets you into the 10 PM set and the 11:30 set. Doors open at 9:45 and only 75 people will be admitted, so get there early.
Thurston's residency continues through January 5, and includes shows with his Chelsea Light Moving bandmate Samara Lubelkski (1/2), his Sonic Youth bandmate Steve Shelley (1/3), and SY's Lee Ranaldo was added to the one with CLM's John Moloney (1/4).
Full schedule below...
Thurston Moore on the 'Station to Station' tour (more by Lukas Hodge)
As discussed, Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore is playing two New Year's Eve shows at The Stone, an early one with John Zorn, and a late one with Mike Watt. Since we last spoke, we realized those shows are actually part of Thurston's residency at the venue, which kicks off on NYE and continues through January 5. He's curating for the week, and also performing with different collaborators each night.
Most notably, the residency has him performing with Sonic Youth drummer Steve Shelley for two shows on 1/3, with Chelsea Light Moving drummer John Moloney for two shows on 1/4, and with another CLM member, Samara Lubelski, on 1/2. Probably don't expect Sonic Youth or Chelsea Light Moving songs though. He'll also be performing with NYC experimental duo White Out (who have releases on Thurston's Ecstatic Peace label) on the final night (1/5). The full schedule and an updated list of Chelsea Light Moving tour dates are below.
Meanwhile, as we speak, avant guitarist/banjoist Eugene Chadbourne's residency at the venue is underway. It kicked off this past Tuesday (10/29) and included his Halloween show at the venue last night (10/31). It continues with Eugene playing as a duo with Tatsuya Nakatani tonight (11/1), solo on Saturday (11/2), and as part of a 5-piece on Sunday (11/3).
Most of the other Nov/Dec curators are all notable jazz musicians and improvisers. One that's especially exciting to us is Ikue Mori, drummer of seminal no wave band DNA, 1/3 of Death Ambient (with Fred Frith and Kato Hideki), and a frequent collaborator of John Zorn, Mike Patton, various members of Sonic Youth, and more. She curates/performs at The Stone from December 17-22 and collaborators for the week include Zeena Parkins, Fred Frith, Sylvie Courvoisier, John Zorn and more, plus a "SPECIAL SURPRISE BAND" TBA on 12/20. Full schedule for her residency below.
In related news, Ikue Mori plays a previously discussed special Body/Head trio set with B/H members Kim Gordon and Bill Nace at the Kim Gordon benefit at Issue Project Room.
Then, from December 25-29 at The Stone, it's the annual John Zorn end of the year improv week, leading up to Thurston Moore's NYE shows. Zorn will be joined by multiple other improvisers throughout the week, including Thurston Moore, Ikue Mori, Sylvie Courvoisier, Erik Friedlander, Okkyung Lee, and many more. Full schedule below.
All mentioned Stone residency schedules, along with Chelsea Light Moving dates, below...
The Dead C at Bowery Ballroom in 2008 (more by Lori Bally)
When Michael Morley isn't making music with his long-running New Zealand-based noise rock trio The Dead C, he's making just as noisy (or noisier) stuff with his solo project, Gate. Gate's latest, Moths, came out earlier this year as the followup to 2012's Damned Revolutions. You can stream the droning "Turned and Glowing Inwardly" from the latter, below.
Gate just finished touring with Godspeed You! Black Emperor (who had some words to say about their Polaris Prize win), and now he will be "perform[ing] solo for no particular reason in shows announced across the land this September." One of those shows is in NYC TONIGHT (9/26) at Union Pool, where he'll be joined by other experimental side endeavors, including Tom Carter (of Charlambides) and the duo of Samara Lubelski (Jackie-O Motherfucker, Chelsea Light Moving) and Marcia Bassett (Double Leopards). Tickets for tonight's show are still available.
Meanwhile, The Dead C also just released their own new album, Armed Courage, earlier this month (9/3) via Ba Da Bing. It's a two track album (one called "Armed," one called "Courage") and the second track can be streamed below.
DOWNLOAD: Chelsea Light Moving - "Empire of Time" (MP3)
Chelsea Light Moving at Sled Island in 2012 (more by Zach Pollack)
As previously discussed Thurston Moore has a new band, Chelsea Light Moving, who will release their self titled debut album on March 5 via Matador and have a tour on the way in support of it. That tour includes Maxwell's (3/2) in Hoboken with Talk Normal (tickets), SXSW in Austin, Bowery Ballroom (4/5) in NYC (tickets), and ends on April 7 at The Sinclair in Thurston's home state of Massachusetts. What it doesn't appear to include though are any birthday parties, weddings, or hullabaloos on other planets, which are all fair game according to the band's bio...
Chelsea Light Moving is the current group led by Sonic Youth founder Thurston Moore. He is the songwriter and plays over-amped hyper electric guitar and sings with raw-glam-destructo vocals. The band is a four piece featuring Samara Lubelski, who has played violin with TM on his last two solo LPs (Demolished Thoughts and Trees Outside The Academy) and with Chelsea Light Moving plays deep psyche pop metal bass guitar. Keith Wood, who records under the aegis Hush Arbors, plays electric guitar with a pick forged from angel wing and John Moloney, aka "Pegasus", approaches the drums like an asteroid hurtling toward Earth. The first self-titled CD was recorded in two spurious sessions with engineer Justin Pizzoferrato in Sone Lab, a killer studio in Easthampton Massachusetts. The band is ready to detonate any birthday party, wedding or hullabaloo in any country, planet or stratosphere that doesn't support right wing extremist NRA sucking bozo-ology.I want them to detonate my birthday party! ... But my birthday isn't coming up soon, and I'm not planning on having a wedding anytime soon either, so I can't find out if Thurston is bluffing, Maybe you can?
Download the CLM track, "Empires of Time," above. All dates are listed below...
Thurston Moore & Samara Lubelski in Austin (more by Tim Griffin)
As you may have seen on BV Austin (and above), Thurston Moore brought his current tour to Austin last week and played sold out show at St. David's Church, not long after his NYC show at the Allen Room as part of the American Songbook Series (that Tune-Yards and Bill Callahan also played)...
"Why can't we play facing this way?" Thurston Moore asked during his February 2nd acoustic, solo concert at New York's Allen Room, turning from the audience and gazing through the floor-to-ceiling glass behind his band. In fact, he did. Halfway through "Ono Soul," from his 1995 album Psychic Hearts, the Sonic Youth guitarist swung around toward the winter's-night view across Central Park, holding his instrument over his head, then aiming it at his small amp like a divining rod, drawing out a broad drone of distortion." [Rolling Stone]Watch a video from the NYC show below (of Thurston playing and reciting poetry), and check out the pictures from Austin.
Thurston's band included Samara Lubelski on violin, and that's who will be playing with him next Thursday (2/23) at Issue Project Room in Brooklyn as part of a poetry event called "Littoral: Flowers & Cream" and along with sets (or poetry?) by Anselm Berrigan, John Coletti, and Ben Estes & Elaine Kahn. Admission is FREE, but you need a ticket.
Speaking of Issue Project Room, Ensemble Pamplemousse plays there tonight (2/17).
Speaking of St. David's Church in Austin, Islands plays there tonight.
Speaking of churches in Austin, Pitchfork announced their SXSW showcase.
DOWNLOAD: Thurston Moore - "Benediction" (MP3)
there's a B.J. joke in here somewhere...
Thurston Moore will release his fourth, and Beck-produced solo LP, Demolished Thoughts, on May 24th via Matador. The LP features appearances from violinist Samara Lubelski, harpist Mary Lattimore, bassist Bram Inscore, drummer Joey Waronker and Beck. Check out the first track "Benediction", which is downloadable above. And:
To mark the release of his new solo full-length, 'Demolished Thoughts', Thurston Moore is playing Brooklyn's Williamsburg Hall of Music on May 20, with tickets going on sale this Friday, April 8 via Ticketmaster.com (American Express cardholders will have an opportunity to purchase tickets on Wednesday, April 6).MEANWHILE, you can catch Thurston Moore when he supports Mike Watt & The Missingmen (who play Mercury Lounge TONIGHT) at Daniel Street in Milford, CT on Tuesday (4/5), and at Abrons Arts Center on April 8th as part of a Japan Disaster Relief benefit with Matthew Shipp, Ikue Mori & John Zorn, and many others.
In addition to the full-priced ticket option ($20), you'll have your choice of ticket(s) + 'Demolished Thoughts' bundles ;
a) one ticket + a copy of "Demolished Thoughts" on CD ($30)
b) one ticket + a copy of "Demolished Thoughts" on LP (colored vinyl, with download code) ($35)
The CD or limited edition colored vinyl copies of 'Demolished Thoughts' can be collected at the merch table on the night of the show - four days before the official release date of May 24.
Thurston was also just announced on the bill of a hometown (Northampton) show with Dinosaur Jr. and Henry Rollins.
The upcoming Abrons Arts Center show will be at least the 2nd Japan Disaster relief shows that Thurston is playing. Sonic Youth joined Yoko Ono, Sean Lennon, Cibo Matto, John Zorn, Mike Patton and others at Columbia University on 3/27 to raise money for the cause. The NY Times was there.
Check out the cover art of Thurston's new LP, below...
DOWNLOAD: Colin Stetson - The stars in his head (Dark Lights Remix) (MP3)
"Today, February 25, at 12pm noon, a very small number of tickets to Godspeed's Thursday and Friday (March 17-18) shows at St. Paul the Apostle will be released for an exceedingly short time." Those are two of the five total NYC Godspeed shows coming up including Terminal 5 which is now also sold out.
The other NYC openers are Kurt Wagner, Eric Chenaux, Kurt Wagner again, and Samara Lubelski (in that order).
All remaining GY!BE tour dates with openers, listed below...
DOWNLOAD: The Psychic Paramount - "RW" Excerpt (MP3)
The Psychic Paramount
After releasing a double-disc of solo guitar compositions and a live LP, The Psychic Paramount is back with their second full-length of new material, the aptly titled II due on Feb 22nd via No Quarter Records. Fans of ripping and proggy instrumentation take note and preorder the new LP via No Quarter. Check out an excerpt of the first track to make its way out, "RW" which you can download above/stream below.
TPP will play a record release party on March 5th at Death By Audio, snagging Talk Normal and Eleven Twenty Nine (Tom Carter + Marc Orleans) to warm the masses. The show is one of two scheduled for Eleven Twenty-Nine, who will also play Zebulon on 2/22 with the Gunn/Truscinski Duo, Marcia Bassett/Samara Lubelski and Messages.
Before the Eleven Twenty-Nine show at Zebulon, Daniel Higgs will play a special "Happy Hour" set, the second of four of such sets scheduled at the venue happening from 2/21-2/24 which is right before he plays, Issue Project Room on 2/26. The spankin' new Skull Defekts (with Higgs) will play Littlefield on April 3rd.
Talk Normal also has a few other shows in their near future, including one with Liturgy at 285 Kent Ave on 2/25, April 23rd at The Stone, and April 24th at Death By Audio with Grass Widow, Broken Water & Tara Jane O'Neil.
All tour dates, a video and that PP song stream is below...
DOWNLOAD: Metal Mountains - Structures In The Sun (MP3)
Minimalist psych-folk supergroup Metal Mountains, aka Helen Rush, Pat Gubler and Samara Lubelski, will release their debut album Golden Trees via Amish Records on on January 25th, 2011. Download the first track on the new LP, "Structures In the Sun", above. See the full 7-song tracklist, along with the very minimial video (which prominently features the album's cover art and not much else) for the same song, below...
Sunday June 14th @ FORT TILDEN BEACHSchedule (subject to change) below...
:: FREE ALL AGES UNAMPLIFIED ACOUSTIC BBQ 2009
:: each year we throw an informal, quiet party in a beautiful public place, w/
:: many diverse musicians playing two or three songs w/ no amplification
:: this year, it's on Fort Tilden Beach in the Rockways! best beach in NYC! [Todd P]
Metal Mountains (Helen Rush, PG Six, Samara Lubelski) are opening Yo La Tengo's eighth 2008 Hanukkah show at Maxwell's on December 28th. It's the bill we already know Todd Barry will also be a part of. All (two) dates below...