What’s going on Tuesday?
Lemonade @ LPR (more by Kyle Dean Reinford)
today in NYC
* Stella @ Nokia Theatre
* Diego Garcia @ Living Room
* Friendly Fires & Lemonade @ The Annex
* Friendly Fires @ Virgin Megastore Union Square
* Kid Cudi, Wale & DJ Marc Ronson @ Highline Ballroom
* Beach House & Tickley Feather @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
* Friendly Foes, Frankpollis & Your Skull My Closet @ The Bell House
* Ting Tings, Duke Spirit, Airborne Toxic Event & Mike Doughty @ Gramercy Theatre
* The Tallest Man On Earth & Marissa Nadler @ Mercury Lounge
Flower Travellin Band is not playing tonight.
Mike Doughty is also playing Maxwell’s on New Years Eve.
The Tallest Man on Earth is also playing three other sold out shows this week.
Marissa Nadler blogged about her time at the Brainwaves Festival.
Jakob Dylan was born today in 1969.
Arcade Fire, Sigur Ros, and Tom Waits in… This Week in Music Licensing.
A video for Andrew Bird‘s “Lull” below…
Andrew Bird featuring Dianogah – “Lull”
Video is an adaptation of Lisa Barcys 16-minute stop-motion animated film, MERMAID.
MERMAID © 2007 Lisa Barcy
Written, directed and animated by Lisa Barcy
Adapted by Xan Aranda
Adaptation edited by Angelo Valencia and Xan Aranda
Original editing by Brian R. Johnson
Color Correction by Heather Hay
Additional Artwork by Matt Marsden
Animated with 2-D stop-motion puppets and sand.
Lisa Barcy is an award winning animator, and maker of puppets and other three-dimensional oddities. She has made puppets for various theater companies and contributed animation to multi-media performances by the dance company, The Seldoms. Her work for Redmoon Theater has been seen at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, The Chicago Shakespeare Theater, and the Viaduct Theater. In spring of 2005 her puppets were seen traipsing across the stage and stabbing each other in the critically acclaimed Redmoon production of The Cabinet, based on the film The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. She is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicagos Department of Film, Video and New Media. Lisa also teaches animation at Columbia College in Chicago.