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Cameo Gallery’s final month: Neon Indian, Juan Maclean, Bernie Sanders Benefit, Class Actress & more
Cameo Gallery’s final month: Neon Indian, Juan Maclean, Bernie Sanders Benefit, Class Actress & more
There's less than a month left until Williamsburg's Cameo Gallery closes its doors for good. Bedford and Bowery just interviewed owner Jify Shah: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)...
What’s going on Tuesday? (Cursive/Beach Slang, Heems, Big Eyes, The Black Ryder, Homeshake, Shura & more)
What’s going on Tuesday? (Cursive/Beach Slang, Heems, Big Eyes, The Black Ryder, Homeshake, Shura & more)
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights... Cursive, Beach Slang, John Congleton and The Nighty Nite @ Bowery Ballroom Cursive are currently celebrating their great cello-filled 2003 album, The Ugly Organ, on this tour (with the album's cellist, Gretta Cohn), and one of 2014's best new punk bands Beach Slang is supporting...
Breton releasing ‘War Stories’ in 2014, playing NYC and Montreal this December (dates, streams)
Breton releasing ‘War Stories’ in 2014, playing NYC and Montreal this December (dates, streams)
UK dancerock outfit Breton will release their second album, War Stories, in February. Two singles have been released off it so far: the pulsing "Got Well Soon" (shades of Hot Chip, in a good way), and the brand new "Envy" which is a little more in line with the angular sounds of their first album...
Heavenly Beat readies ‘Prominence’ (LP and track streams), playing CMJ shows and other dates
Heavenly Beat readies ‘Prominence’ (LP and track streams), playing CMJ shows and other dates
Onetime Beach Fossils bassist John Pena will release Prominence, his second album as Heavenly Beat, next week (10/15) via Captured Tracks. Much like his first record, with lightly plucked classical guitar, synth steel drums, skittering beats and whispered vocals, Prominence could pass for genuine turn-of-the-millenium Scandinavian indiepop (think Kings of Convenience or The Embassy)...