4.24.2012

DOMED MOMENTS



Photos of recent times.




MP3:

Yes, really.

• Ke$ha - Don't Think Twice It's Alright

Band here.

4.10.2012

DESERT DANCING IN WAX



Other gems of recent shows in NYC have included Pat Noecker from These Are Powers bringing his solo project RAFT into a dreamlike Wild West installation at the Clocktower Galery and DJ Rusty Lazer of Big Freedia and New Orleans fame holding down an entire church full of dancing bodies, all from the elevated pulpit. Also pictured are What Cheer? Brigade, The So So Glos and Daddy.




MP3:

• War - Brodermordet

Band here.

4.09.2012

SLAPPY BEER SLOP



There has been no slow down post-SXSW for bands in NYC. From Cerebral Ballzy breaking a long hiatus with a new drummer (and playing a show with Japanther), to more of the brand-new collaboration with Jah Jah of Ninjasonik joining the Unstoppable Death Machines, the rock has continued.




MP3:

• Le Switch - Monkberry Moon Delight

Band here.

4.05.2012

CENSORED IN RED, WHITE AND BLUE



I was recently lucky enough to spend some time in Washington DC working with a great crew of artists under the umbrella of a new installation by Monica Canilao. The installation is part of 5x5 and is in an old police evidence warehouse in Anacostia. It will be up through most of the spring (part 2).




MP3:

• Wanda Jackson - Funnel Of Love

Band here.

4.04.2012

BULLETS, BEANS AND A BETTER VIEW



I was recently lucky enough to spend some time in Washington DC working with a great crew of artists under the umbrella of a new installation by Monica Canilao. The installation is part of 5x5 and is in an old police evidence warehouse in Anacostia. It will be up through most of the spring (part 1).




MP3:

• Hurray For The Riff Raff - Butterfly

Band here.