We caught up with electro dream-pop outfit Balún, who play LPR this coming Friday, October 9. Check out our interview with the Brooklyn-by-way-of-Puerto-Rico band below and come see them live at LPR on Friday along with All Boy/All Girl, GADADU and Rick Warren!
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Our favorite tracks this week feature songs by Jeremy Loops, Keep Shelly In Athens, Francesco Tristano, Kate Boy, and Jherek Bischoff… Continue reading
We interviewed Nicholas Rahn (Double Bass) and Danielle Lovier (Lead Vocals/Ukulele) from All Boy/All Girl to get to know them a bit before their October 9 performance at LPR.
Check out this colorful video for “Balas y Choclate”, the title track off of Lila Downs’ eight studio album that was released earlier this year. Continue reading
Check out these epic photos from last week’s show with El Ten Eleven & Sego, presented by our friends at PopGun. Continue reading
Our favorite tracks this week feature songs from Dan Trueman, Balún, Ezra Furman, Villagers, and Mammút. Continue reading
We had a great time at the opening of Chris Mendoza’s “A Point of View” exhibit at the gallery at LPR. Complete with music by DJ Cerock and a dance performance by Hito+, it was truly a special evening. “A Point of View” runs from September 16th – October 22nd. Continue reading
Our favorite songs this week featured Crushed Out, Brigitte, Toshi Reagon, Sego, and Glockabelle! Continue reading
We’ve got quite an array of exciting experimental musicians performing at LPR on Tuesday, September 29. Among them is Glockabelle, aka Annabelle Cazes, and we caught up with the bilingual, nimble-fingered French innovator to ask her a few questions about her musical influences, unique creative approach and more. Read on below and…
The Metropolis Ensemble returns to LPR on to present their latest Resident Artist Series. They recently sat down with Brad Balliett to get the lowdown on “Multiphonics,”… Continue reading
Our favorite tracks last week featured songs by Micachu & The Shapes, Dengue Fever, Blues Control, Dessy Di Lauro, and La Santa Cecilia. Continue reading
Take a listen to our favorite tracks from this week, featuring songs from Kamasi Washington, El Ten Eleven, Pallett, Mobius Trio, and Meshell Ndegeocello… Continue reading
Summer is over and we’re gearing up for a busy fall ahead! Check out our favorite Instagram shots from August! Continue reading
Watch HEALTH absolutely tear it down at this year’s Primavera Sound Festival, featuring “DIE SLOW” and “STONEFIST”. Continue reading
We caught up with Whiskey Bitches, who are playing the second installment of On The Rise at LPR this Saturday 9/5. Read on to see what they had to say about how the band came together, the source of their musical energy, what it’s like to be band in NYC, and (of course)…
Our favorite tracks this week feature Ikue Mori, Germans, Citizens, Eric Nathan, and Glockabelle Continue reading
We checked in with Shark? to get the inside scoop on their love of music: music making, the music they love and why their music matters. They’re on the bill for our third installment of On The Rise at LPR Wednesday, September 16! Weigh their inspirations and favorite tacos below.
We’re excited to have Brooklyn electrified honky-tonk surf duo Crushed Out on our bill for the third installment of On The Rise at LPR on Wednesday, September 16! We caught up with husband-wife/bandmates Moselle Spiller and Franklin Hoier and asked them a few questions about Crushed Out’s music, creative chemistry and more fun…
Back to school…back to school. Summer is coming to a close soon, and our amazing interns compiled some songs to get you prepared for school year. Continue reading
Check out our favorite tracks this week, featuring Orlando Julius, Lydia Lunch, Mercury Rev, Earth, and Lila Downs
Did you know you can rent our space? Yep. You can rent all, or part, of LPR for your next shindig.
Take a listen to our favorite tracks this week, featuring Micachu & The Shapes, Os Mutantes, Brigitte, Sven Helbing, and Joan As Police Woman Continue reading
Noisey’s Jonah Bayer caught up with Emil Amos, aka Holy Sons, to discuss his upcoming album, Fall Of Man, which comes out next week.
“…you’re taking a lo-fi sensibility and making it sound hi-fidelity and something that comes from hardcore sounds nothing like hardcore in the end result.” Continue reading
Budd Mishkin of NY1 spoke with comedian Scott Rogowsky on his never ending hustle in New York City to find the perfect guests for his show, Running Late. Continue reading