Entries tagged with: Tristan Perich
Rocket from the Crypt at Riot Fest Chicago 2013 (more by Kirstie Shanley)
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...
Rocket from the Crypt, Ex Hex @ Bowery Ballroom
Rocket From the Crypt is one of the great John Reis' many bands (also of Drive Like Jehu, Hot Snakes, Sultans, Night Marchers, etc), and their mix of '90s punk and horn-filled rock 'n' roll swagger resulted in a handful of great records before their breakup in the mid 2000s. Now they're back on a reunion tour, and tonight's their first of two sold-out NYC shows this week. And it's a hell of a double bill with Mary TImony's (WIld Flag, Helium, Autoclave) glammy rock trio Ex Hex, who are opening and not to be missed.
Kraftwerk @ United Palace Theater
Electronic music pioneers Kraftwerk bring their 3-D tour to NYC for two shows at one of the prettiest venues in the city.
Habibi, Cosmonauts, LODRO, Black Sea @ Death by Audio
Local garagey girl groupers Habibi share the bill with their Burger Records labelmates Cosmonauts for what should be a fun night that also includes the dark, twisted sounds of Lodro.
Leverage Models, Zula, Trabajo, Salt Cathedral, Isn't Ours, Human Resources @ Shea Stadium
If you love Big '80s music like The Associates, ABC, and (early) Spandau Ballet, you will probably dig the widescreen sounds of Leverage Models who have a firm grasp on that, right down to the saxaphone and syn-toms.
Javelin, Delicate Steve, Helado Negro @ LPR
Chillwave survivors Javelin play tonight with their jammy Luaka Bop labelmates Delicate Steve. The night opens with the warped pop of Helado Negro.
Oren Ambarchi, EVOL @ Issue Project Room (Unsound Festival)
This year's NYC installment of the Polish-based experimental/electronic Unsound Festival begins tonight and continues through Sunday. Tonight's show is at Issue Project Room and features the US premiere of EVOL playing Hanne Darboven's 1984 piece "Opus 17a," followed by Oren Ambarchi's US premiere of his 2012 work, "Knots."
Lucky Dragons, Daniel Wohl, Tristan Perich @ Baby's All Right
Fronted by Luke Fischbeck and Sarah Rara, LA's arty Lucky Dragons make spare, laptop pop whose shows are ofter interactive and crowd-participatory. Tonight's openers -- Daniel Wohl and Tristan Perich -- are regulars on the NYC avant scene.
Flavor Flav and the Flavortronz @ Iridium
Public Enemy's Flavor Flav fronts a new band called the FlavorTronZ, who "cover hit songs from the '70s thru the '90s [...] from such greats like Wild Cherry, Sly & The Family Stone, Elton John, Led Zeppelin, The Gap Band and many others." You can't make this stuff up, and if you need to see it to believe it, you can do so at the Iridium twice tonight (8:30 PM & 10:30 PM).
The Pack A.D., Dinowalrus @ Mercury Lounge
Vancouver's The Pack A.D. do the guitar-drums duo thing but manage to not sound like any of the other bands with a similar configuration. Opening are chameleon-like Brooklynites Dinowalrus who seem to molt off their previous sound every season.
Tom Blacklung and the Smokestacks, Bluffing, Bears, Nine of Swords @ The Grand Victory
Good local bands at Grand Victory tonight, including dissonant sludge punks Tom Blacklung and the Smokestacks, indie pop band Bluffing, and Nine of Swords, aka the screamo/punk band fronted by Rachel Gordon who makes much softer music as Baby Mollusk.
Lady Gaga @ Roseland Ballroom
The long-lived NYC venue Roseland Ballroom will be closing its doors in early April, but before then it will go out with seven Lady Gaga shows, this being the fourth.
Big Terrific @ Cameo
Max Silvestri hosts the free weekly comedy show in the back of Williamsburg's Lovin' Cup. Tonight's talent includes Jared Logan, James Patterson, and Jacqueline Novak.
Art Garfunkel @ Bergen PAC
Maybe Simon wrote the songs, but Garfunkel's voice was a key part of that legendary duo's sound too, and you can catch him on his own at 3 NYC-area shows this week, this being the first.
For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our NYC concert calendar.
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Sun Araw w/ The Congos at LPR in 2013 (more by Greg Cristman)
Sun Araw, the experimental music project of Cameron Stallones, is set to release his next album, Belomancie, on February 18 via Drag City. You can listen to one of its tracks, "Huff," along with the album artwork and tracklist below.
Sun Araw will be performing solo in NYC TONIGHT (2/3) at Body Actualized Center (143 Troutman St), though you probably won't hear the Belomancie material. He's perforimng his piece, The (3) Vases, which is billed as "a solo live musical performance of new works by Cameron Stallones." Also on the bill is ex-Emeralds guitarist Mark McGuire, who was initially billed as a DJ, but is now playing live. Maybe you just caught Mark playing at Baby's on Friday (1/31)?
Speaking of Emeralds and Sun Araw, Outer Space (John Elliott of Emeralds) and frequent Sun Araw collaborator M. Geddes Gengras are both playing this weekend's Mixology Festival which goes down in Brooklyn at Roueltte (509 Atlantic Ave). Outer Space and M Geddes Gengras play Saturday (2/8) night at 8 PM with Loud Objects (Tristan Perich and Kunal Gupta with Greg Fox of Liturgy/Guardian Alien), following a 1 PM Roulette Kids performance with Laraaji and two workshops (5 PM and 6 PM). On Friday night (2/7) at 8 PM it's Pete Swanson, Ben Vida and C. Lavender. 2-day passes are on sale now, as are tickets for Friday and Saturday.
Tonight's Sun Araw show is one of a couple upcoming dates for him, all of which are listed, along with the song stream, album artwork and tracklist, below...
Mikal Cronin in Chicago in February (more by Kristie Shanley)
This summer, MoMA will be hosting the return of their MoMA Nights series every Thursday in July and August. In July we get the indie rock stuff (curated by MoMA's PopRally), with shows from Ex Cops on 7/4, TEEN on 7/11, Mikal Cronin on 7/18, and Ducktails on 7/25. Then in August, it's the contemporary composer/modern art type performances from Pauline Oliveros, Tristan Perich and more. Each MoMA Night runs from 5:30 to 8 PM with the music beginning at 6:30. Regular museum admission applies.
More info on MoMA Nights at MoMA's site. Full schedule below...
Soundgarden in Atlantic City in 2011 (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin)
Death Grips @ LPR 10/17/2012 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
today in NYC
* Whiplash @ UCB
* Gaucho @ Barbes
* Pinback @ Irving Plaza
* Henry Rollins @ Joe's Pub
* Justin Bieber @ Barclays Center
* Jim Campilongo @ Living Room
* Madonna @ Madison Square Garden
* Chris Cornell @ Bowery Ballroom
* MillionYoung, Cameron McGill @ Pianos
* Phil Lesh & Friends @ Roseland Ballroom
* My Jerusalem, Dead Heart Bloom @ Mercury Lounge
* Fins, Ghost of a Chance, ZZZ's @ Death By Audio
* Angel Olsen, Magmana, Bird Call @ Glasslands Gallery
* Death Grips, Mykki Blanco @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
* Red Fang, Black Tusk, Indian Handcrafts @ Saint Vitus
* The Big Sleep, The Denzels, Life Size Maps @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Ed Askew, Yva Las Vegas, Supercute!, Pull My Daisy @ Zebulon
* Tristan Perich, Lesley Flanigan, Raft, Ben Sisto @ Public Assembly
* Wyatt Cenac, Gary Gulman, Jerrod Carmichael, Seaton Smith, Erin Judge @ Littlefield
* Revocation Plus a Life Once Lost, Ken Mode, Meek Is Murder @ Studio at Webster Hall
* Jonathan Ames, Henry Alford, Charles Star, Dan Wilbur, Amy Sohn + more @ Union Hall
* Brendan Kelly (The Lawrence Arms), Dave Hause (The Loved Ones/Paint in Black), Jenny Owen Youngs, Kyle Kinane @ Knitting Factory
Hurricane Sandy relief benefits tonight include Chris Cornell's solo show tonight Bowery Ballroom (he plays with Soundgarden tomorrow and Live on Letterman tonight, the latter of which streams live on CBS and VEVO); the Jonathan Ames, Amy Sohn, Henry Alford and more will be at Union Hall for a night of "words music and comedy"; and MillionYoung and Cameron McGill at Pianos.
Tonight's show at Public Assembly is an interesting one. The space used to be a mayonaise factory and two of the giant 20,000 gallong tanks remain perched in the ceiling of the main room. Tristan Perich, Lesley Flanigan, RAFT, and Ben Sisto will make music within those tanks with the audience below watching via projections. Should be quite a racket. The show is free, though a $5 donation is suggested. 8 PM, more info here.
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Azealia Banks just released a new video for her song "Atlantis" and you can watch that below.
"For three intimate evenings, Philip Glass comes to ISSUE Project Room, New York's City's only European Chamber Music Hall. His only performance in Brooklyn this year, "Philip Glass: Music With Friends" is a rare occasion featuring Glass in duo performances with Laurie Anderson [6/15] and Stephin Merritt of the Magnetic Fields [6/13], as well former ISSUE Artists-in Residence Tristan Perich [6/14], Ryan Sawyer [6/15], and Nate Wooley [6/13]. The full artist roster will be announced soon, under 200 seats will be sold for each performance."Tickets are on sale now.
Meanwhile, the William Hooker Ensemble + Thollem McDonas & Arrington de Dionyso will be "Celebrating Cecil" at the venue tonight (5/16)
Andrew W.K., in his snowboarding and general party outfit (more by Chris Doss)
Manhattan club co-owner Andrew W.K. is going to enter the realm of Brooklyn DIY for a special show on 11/13....
UPDATE: The show billing has changed and now it just says Andrew WK is DJing. Here is what it is now:
Saturday November 13th @ 285 KENT AVE
:: BABYCASTLES, DEATH BY AUDIO, & TODD P present
:: Andrew WK
:::: So Percussion & Calder Quartet
:::::: Tristan Perich
| 285 KENT AVE |
285 Kent Ave @ South 1st | Williamsburg, Brooklyn
L-Bedford, G-Metropolitan, JM-Marcy | 8pm | $tba | all ages
9pm - 1am @ 285 KENT (South 2nd & Kent Avenue)Tickets will be available at the door for the night of experiemental electronic sounds, classical music and partying hard.
?? So Percussion and Calder Quartet
???? Diamond Terrifier ( Zs solo )
?????? DJ Andrew WK
Premiering new music by Tristan Perich and Daniel Wohl.
Then five days later, before Andrew hypes the Turbonegro crowd at Santos on 11/18, he'll host a pre-party in the same venue...
The World Snowboarding Championship in association with Innovation Norway, Visit Oslo and Santos Party House will be hosting the international launch party for WSC 2012 on November 18th. This special reception is a pre-cursor to the WSC which will go down Feb 10th-19th 2012 in Oslo, Norway (the world's winter capital and coolest destination for snowboarding in Europe). It will be hosted by none other than world ambassador of rock and the man behind Santos, Andrew W.K.. W.K. will also perform the official theme song to WSC 2012 "Go Go Go Go" live for the first time ever as well as premiere the video to the song. The song personally shouts out some of the top international snowboarders in the world today including Mark McMorris (Canada), Tyler Flanagan (USA), Kazuhiro Kokubo (Japan) and Peetu Piiroinen (Finland) and is packed with the energetic and frenetic signature style that W.K. is known for.Unfortunately the pre-party (6-8pm) featuring free drinks and that short AWK performance is invite only, but we have two pairs of tickets you can win. Details on how to enter the contest are at the bottom of this post.
Tickets are still available for the public Turbonegro portion happening later in the night.
Contest details and a couple of videos below....
Peelander-Z at The Studio in January (more by Leia Jospe)
Welcome home Peelander-Z! The NYC band is finally home after an extended tour with Anamanaguchi that kicked off at SXSW and ended on April 30th. And though the tour is over, the band is ALREADY back out on the road, playing Newark, Delaware tonight and a hometown show back at The Studio at Webster Hall Saturday (5/7) with Hard Nips and Friends. Tickets for that one are still available (and, update: we're giving away a pair on Facebook).
Anamanaguchi has a new NYC show on their calendar too, which they say "is gonna be AWESOME. we're gonna have: JAMS // VISUALS // STROBES // UNICORNBROS DOING SECURITY // FURBIES // RAINBOWS // W33D420 // OK." Bowery Presents may have to give some of their staff a night off to make way for those UNICORNBROS, because Anamanaguchi are talking about a show at Music Hall of Williamsburg on 7/22. Tickets are on sale.
You don't need to wait that link to see Anamanaguchi though. The band will play day one of this year's Blip Festival, the annual three day festival in celebration of "low-bit video games and home computers". This year's fest takes place at Manhattan's Eyebeam (540 West 21st Street) from May 19-21. Tickets are on sale with 3-day and 1-day options available. The full lineup is listed below. It includes Tristan Perich, Bit Shifter, Nullsleep, Starscream and many more.
Anamanaguchi, Starscream and Peelander-Z played a show together at the Studio at Webster Hall back in January. Check out the pics.
Hard Nips, who play with Peelander on Saturday, are also scheduled to support Quintron & Miss Pussycat with Super Nice Bros and X-ray Eyeballs on May 28th at 285 Kent. Friends, who also play with Peelander Saturday, play 285 Kent soon too, with Dan Deacon.
All tour dates, the Blip lineup and some videos below.
As previously announced, the 2011 Ecstatic Music Festival, presented by New York City's Merkin Concert Hall in association with New Amsterdam Records, is a showcase of imaginative collaborations between more than 150 genre-pushing composers, songwriters and performers who represent a new generation of artists combining diverse influences and techniques to explore the intersection of classical and pop music. All concerts will include premieres. The festival opens with a free seven-hour marathon on January 17, 2011, and continues with 13 additional concerts until March 28, 2011. All concerts will take place at Merkin Concert Hall.The Ecstatic Music Festival 2011 is almost here. Subscriptions and single show tickets are on sale. The full updated schedule (tUnE-yArDs, So Percussion, Dan Deacon, Craig Wedren, ACME, Nadia Sirota, Buke & Gass, Doveman, Owen Pallett, Bang On A Can All-Stars, and more included), and a trailer, below...
by Andrew Frisicano
That's 1-Bit Symphony pictured above in NYC composer Tristan Perich's hand. The piece comes programmed into a microchip that's wired with a battery, an on/off switch, a volume control and a headphone jack, all within a standard CD jewel case. The sounds that come out are similar to the video game bleeps of chiptune (or Dan Deacon), but instead of, say, an 8-bit "Billie Jean" cover, the music is layered as minimilist-influenced composition. Tristan put out a previous CD-case circuit, 1-Bit Music, in 2004. The project has already been on sale at shows (the Bang on a Can Marathon, for instance), but the official release is set for August 24th on Cantaloupe.
There'll be a release party for 1-Bit Symphony at Roulette on Friday, August 20th. In addition to Tristan Perich, sets include Shawn Greenlee playing "noise electronics" and Daniel Wohl with his piece Glitch, for string quartet and electronics.
A video for 1-Bit Symphony is posted below...
Carl Craig, one of the many artists at Unsound 2010
Since 2003, Unsound Festival, Poland's most adventurous music festival, has brought a bold and uniquely modern program of music to Kraków. Now, with seven festivals in their native city under their belt (and outpost events further east in cities like Minsk),The festival will kick off on Thursday, February 4th, with the first ever US performance from Vladislav Delay + Lillevan as well as Sebastian Meissner + Kwartludium as Solid State Transmitter. The former will perform their "ongoing series of electronic music and video improvisations", while the latter will reimagine SST Records (yes, that SST) through the eyes of a classical composer (wow, awesome). The FREE show will take place at David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center.
Unsound is coming west to New York for their first ever North American edition. Unsound Festival New York's mission is to forge new links between music genres, between generations and even between artistic practices.
The driving force in the assembling of the New York program has been Unsound Festival's commitment to forms of music and sound art that involve experimentation and risk. Unsound Festival has made a worldwide reputation by breaking new ground while dealing with vibrant electronic, experimental, independent, post-classical and club music scenes from around the world.
Feb 5th begins the start of Warhol Program, a series of pieces designed for and in tribute to Andy Warhol. The great Carl Craig will join nsi. for live soundtracks to "Blow Job" and "Kiss" respectively during a pair of screenings that night at The Film Society of Lincoln Center, Walter Reade Theater> Tickets are currently on sale for both the first showing at 7:30 (tix), and the second going down at 9:30 PM (tix). The show will be the US debut of the pieces, with nsi.'s piece being it's world debut. For the night owls, the party continues at Public Assembly, who will house Bunker parties on that night, 2/12, and 2/13. More details about the Bunker parties are at their site.
The Warhol Program continues the next day (2/6), when Groupshow (Jan Jelinek, Andrew Pekler, Hanno Leichtmann) will lead a free eight-hour (!) improvisation to Andy Warhol's film "Empire" at LPR. Maybe hook up a sack lunch?
After eight hours of improv, LPR will make way for A Century of Dance Music featuring the US debut of Moritz Von Oswald Trio:
Berliner Moritz Von Oswald is well known for his work as part of the duos Basic Channel and Rhythm & Sound as well as for his own "M" series of recordings. He could be labeled the inventor of "dub techno," if that weren't too narrow a tag to define the scope of his music and accomplishments. Moritz Von Oswald is highly ranked by many critics and fans alike as one of the most original electronic music producers of the last two decades. [On 2/6] Von Oswald unveils his new trio featuring Vladislav Delay on drums and Max Loderbauer on electronics in their first ever North American performance. Last year their debut album was released by London's Honest Jons.Doors are at 10PM, and tickets are on sale.
In tribute to Von Oswald, the evening opens with New York City's Ensemble LPR - the flexible house band of the venue (Le) Poisson Rouge which is led by LPR's two young founders - David Handler (violinist / composer) and Justin Kantor (cellist) along with fellow Manhattan School of Music graduate Orlando Alonso (conductor / pianist). The Ensemble will perform new renditions of Ravel's "Bolero" and selections from Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition" based on remixes Moritz Von Oswald and Carl Craig assembled in 2008 for the Deutsche Grammophon album "Recomposed" (released only in Europe).
We'll post more details on this festival, but for now, dig on the full lineup (below) and a few videos. In addition, you can download a copy of the Unsound digital compilation for FREE for a limited time. Get on it!
2/13 Friday 8 pm - Lexie Mountain Boys
2/13 Friday 10 pm - The Fable of Pitter Patter
A collection of improvisations and short compositions contributed by a group is made up of friends who come from many different groups and backgrounds, including Akron/Family, Vetiver, Butane Variations, and the MK Groove Orchestra.
2/14 Saturday 8 & 10 pm - John Zorn's ANNUAL VALENTINE'S DAY IMPROV NIGHT--A Stone Benefit
2/18 Wednesday 8 pm - Ecstatic Sunshine
2/20 Friday 10 pm - Sam Amidon
2/21 Saturday 8 pm - Tristan Perich
Check the full schedule at their website.
Joan as Policewoman will play shows at 8 and 10 pm at the Stone in NYC on New Years Eve. The 'Annual End The Year Improv Night' with John Zorn happens at the same venue three nights earlier. Other names on the Stone's schedule for December (curated by Jennifer Charles) include Gary Lucas, Erik Friedlander, Doveman, Alan Licht, Hal Willner's Parade (Yuka Honda & Sean Lennon), Elysian Fields, JG Thirwell, and Marc Ribot's Ceramic Dog (tonight, Sunday December 7th).
January's schedule, curated by Craig Taborn, doesn't have many names
I recognize, but February, curated by Shannon Fields of Stars Like Fleas, has Twi the Humble Feather, Tunde Adebimpe of TV on the Radio, Chris Schlarb, Diane Cluck, Jon Natchez, Kelly Pratt, Lexie Mountain Boys, Megafun, John Zorn, Ecstatic Sunshine, Sam Amidon, and Tristan Perich,
For other NYC shows on New Years Eve, browse HERE.
Joan Wasser (as Policewoman) and at least one band member also contribute to Gramercy Arms.
Marc Ribot is also playing December 9th at Blue Note and December 11th at Knitting Factory.
Artist, inventor, and composer Tristan Perich holds degrees in music, math, and computer science. Inspired by the aesthetics of these disciplines, Perich works with simple forms and complex systems to compose works for solo instruments, small ensembles and orchestras. His "1-Bit Music" project, consisting of hand-built electronics packaged inside a standard CD jewel case, probes the foundations of electronic sound. Perich's work has been played by courageous contemporary music ensembles including Bang on a Can, Calder Quartet, counter)induction, New York Miniaturist Ensemble, Due East, Y Trio and Ensemble Pamplemousse at venues including P.S.1 and Mass MoCA.Tristan Perich plays '1-Bit Music noise disco' @ the Zombieville party @ Southpaw tonight (March 29). He'll also be performing two compositions....
Telescope (two bass clarinets, two baritone saxophones, 4-channel 1-bit electronics (2007)) and This Resonant Room (three trumpets, two sets of crotales, 4-channel 1-bit music (2008) which premiered at the Whitney Museum, Feb 29 2008)....at Issue Project Room on April 3rd.