Posts tagged " Music "

Chelsea Wolfe Bears Her Bright Storm Down Upon the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NY

October 5th, 2015 Posted by Concert Photos, Featured, Music, New York No Comment yet

Chelsea Wolfe has said that there is a brightness in her shadow – a highlight to the looming Gothic image that well represents some of her music, as seen decked across fashion magazines and iconic photo shoots. Wolfe’s visual aesthetic is as well received as her music, which ranges from an elegant singer-songwriter folk style layered with harmonies to the heaviest in slow, brooding, sometimes-byzantine industrial, electronic and metal. There is a glow that comes from the darkness when she performs, and seeing her band live is nothing short of incredible, year after year.

Methane Studios: Interpreting Music Posters With a Vintage Pen

August 10th, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

Today, McDevitt and Lee’s enterprise has expanded to become Methane Studios, a design company with its roots still firmly in the music world but which has expanded to create logos, illustrations, and posters for clients as diverse as Honda, Turner Broadcasting, and Sony.

Sink into these Smooth Sounds from Australia on Nick Hill’s “Rut” EP

July 27th, 2015 Posted by Featured, Music No Comment yet

Aussie-born indie/electronic singer Nick Hill has released a 3 song EP entitled “Rut.” Hill pairs liquid smooth, repeated vocals with gritty instrumentals to truly captivate his listeners. Each song seamlessly flows into the next. It’s easy to become so entranced by the hypnotic melodies of the Rut EP that one could just float away into Hill’s carefully crafted musical stream.

Double King’s Love Letter to the Night

June 16th, 2015 Posted by Featured, Music No Comment yet

The combination of a group of talented musicians singing above the noise of the crowded city, Double King’s music is an exploration of the circumstances of life mixed with a hopeful promise of tomorrow. It’s optimistic, but honest. Truth comes out in the night, but it is revealed by dawn’s light.

The Smooth Flavor of Milos Greene

May 18th, 2015 Posted by Featured, Music No Comment yet

Milos Greene doesn’t want you to just listen to their second album, “Control.” They want you to get lost in it. The sounds of this four person quartet are as smooth as a glass of Merlot. Like the wine, their music is filled with familiarity; the longer you let it sit and breathe, the more potent its hold becomes. The beats are like fresh flavors blossoming in your ear buds – the more you drink in, the stronger the buzz.

Mogwai and the Art of Subtle Initiation

April 13th, 2015 Posted by Featured, Music No Comment yet

skipping that one third track from the fourth album. You need to protect the work itself; make sure your listening party experiences those same highs, and are moved by that morose chord structure that brings chills to your spine, so find one album as the centerpiece that resonates the most with your intended audience. At the end of 2014, Mogwai incidentally released the perfect entry-level companion for new listeners while delivering a tasty morsel to their avid fans.

Nicky Lars Transcends Borders on Musica Negra

March 25th, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured, Music No Comment yet

While Music Negra is a dense album that goes back to African roots in the clave, or 80s dance music on the keyboards, it is also a powerful piece of art which merges these dispersed sounds together seemlessly with soul, jazz and hip-hop.

Owl John Takes Flight

September 10th, 2014 Posted by Featured, Music No Comment yet

A liberating debut solo album from Frightened Rabbit’s Scott Hutchison, Owl John explores both new and familiar territory to take flight with possibilities.

Auditory Visuals on Tycho’s ‘Awake’

August 1st, 2014 Posted by Featured, Music No Comment yet

Tycho’s newest album ‘Awake’ sounds like looking up at the sun from underwater.

Exclusive Interview and Photo Coverage: Pigeon John @ Highline Ballroom (NYC)

April 10th, 2014 Posted by Concert Photos, Featured, Interviews, Music No Comment yet

Pigeon John may not be a name on the tip of everyone’s tongue, but he damn well deserves to be.