Sam Mickens brought his new performance piece titled “Kayfabe: Game of Death” to Death by Audio last Saturday and Sunday. Below is a recording of Saturday’s premiere. .
You guys have all figured out that I may have a bit of a girl crush on Williamsburg-by-Copenhagen’s Oh Land by now. This little love affair started when we booked her to play our Northside Festival showcase, after which we played NYC Taper’s recordings over and over. But now, with an EP floating around, props […]
Watch this video from Australia’s Tame Impala and try to not feel sick – we dare you! The footage was filmed using weather balloons to launch a camera into space, in a single shot.
Glasser, if you don’t know by now, is the singular work of one Cameron Mesirow– an ethereal one woman electro-orchestra which rings in tune to acts that we adore such as Alaska In Winter, except with a femininity that seems to float effortlessly above the rhythms of each song. Around the time of Glasser’s debut […]
From our friends in the TAYF crew: Tell All Your Friends is excited to announce it’s first installment of our monthly music series. Starting in November every second Thursday of each month we will be presenting a collection of the bands that make up our little musical family. From new and upcoming acts to our more […]
Finnish experimental musician Jan Anderzen (often known as Kemialliset Ystavat or Tomutonttu) has been a driving force in the Finnish experimental music scene over the last decade and a half; his influence is far reaching — even in Brooklyn– with the likes of Matt Mondanile (Ducktails/Real Estate) and Daniel Lopatin (Oneohtrix Point Never) among former […]
Nice one Henry. If this is what’s called “aging with dignity” I’d rather be dead tomorrow. This is worth a watch just to hear Rollins accuse someone else of having a massive ego. (Note: yep, that’s Todd P sitting next to Meredith.)
Forget all that gobbles and ghouls, “Monster Mash” type stuff you’re used to during every troublemaker’s favorite holiday and get on this Prøms Mixtape, properly named Frozen /rony, by our good friend Tommy Chase Lucas. It’s got the perfect balance of creepy gloom and dance beats to get you ready for a night as a […]
On Wednesday, November 10th, the Annual Film Benefit at the MoMA will be honoring Kathryn Bigelow– best known for making history as the first woman to win an Oscar in the Best Director category for her film, The Hurt Locker. Or some of you may know her from a little number called Point Break. Either […]