A rain-soaked morning that threatened cancellation followed by a thick, wet blanket of heat that turned a ten minute walking commute from Mexican Summer to Msgr. McGolrick Park in Greenpoint […]
Fourth episode of our Take Away series shot in Brazil with Tulipa Ruiz and Thiago Pethit feat. Dom La Nena.
We already proclaimed our deep love for Damon Albarn on La Blogo but because we love him so much, we will film his concert at Parisian festival Days Off this […]
Because there’s not only soccer in life, let’s keep disclosing our serie of Take Away Shows shot in Brazil. Third episode shot in March 2011 and April 2012 : Metá Metá, Dom La Nena and Emicida
Because there’s not only soccer in life, let’s keep disclosing our serie of Take Away Shows shot in Brazil. Second episode shot in April 2012 : Lucas Santtana, Mallu Magalhães and Rafael Castro
We still have crazy memories from their Parisian show at La Flèche d’Or last year. We will also now remember the one they just gave in an old court house in Bristol.
Because there’s not only soccer in life, here’s the first episode of our serie of Take Away Shows shot in Brazil in mars 2011. This week : Luisa Maita, Rodrigo Campos and Criolo.
Soccer isn’t the only great thing in Brazil. There are also fantastic artists we went to film in their city, São Paulo.
However you plan it, you never really know what’s gonna happen with a Take Away Show.
A Danish girl. Tree takes. Many possibilities.
In the middle of the Austin craze, we hijacked Feed the Beat’s van to cruise around an overcrowded Austin with a bunch of bands. Watch Sylvan Esso, Caught A Ghost, Hospitality, Pure Bathing Culture, Papa and Wild Moccasins playing exclusive versions of their songs in these #BandVan Sessions.
Greta Klein is the most disciplined songwriter I have ever met. Since April of 2009, she has released 47 separate recordings (LPs, Eps and singles) that plumb the depths of […]
A small, sparsely decorated brownstone in Bedstuy with an empty bedroom and an aging, untuned piano welcomes Mackenzie Scott, a newcomer to Brooklyn as of this year, into its modest warmth to perform two of her gut-punching songs under the Torres name.
It is an altogether refreshing thing to meet someone on their first trip to a new country. Through their eyes, you get to strip disillusionment from your own and experience […]
There are actors whose borrowed affectations, accents and emotional accoutrement are a necessary part of their craft. Their work does not exist without adornment. Some musicians, in parallel, require all […]
Whether by virtue of its landscapes, its education system, its isolation or its magical nighttime vistas, Iceland is incapable of producing anything close to a jerk, a malfeasant or an […]
It was through Canal Song that I first discovered Iain Archer.
A year and a half ago, fresh off of a relocation to New York City and an adventure in Reykjavik, Basia Bulat and I met up in a coffee shop […]
Arriving in Rome we felt bizarre, thrown out of sync with the rest of the city.
Leaving for Bushmills largely means heading to the far north of Ireland