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February 4th, 2014
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A Hawk and a Hacksaw – You have Already Gone to the Other World
from the AT 7000 film series
Jeremy Barnes and Heather Trost are joined by John Dieterich (Deerhoof) and Nick Petree (Beirut) to perform You Have Already Gone to The Other World (Barnes).
(via WNYC Soundcheck)
A Hawk and a Hacksaw is a band from Albuquerque, New Mexico, currently signed to L.M. Dupli-cation. The band consists of accordionist Jeremy Barnes, who was previously the drummer for Neutral Milk Hotel and Bablicon, and violinist Heather Trost. (Wikipedia)
A Hawk and A Hacksaw’s new double album “You Have Already Gone To The Other World: Music Inspired By Paradjanov’s Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors” will be released on April 2nd via LM Dupli-cation.
“I was obsessed with ‘Smile,’” he said, referring to Brian Wilson’s aborted Beach Boys project. “And Van Dyke Parks’s ‘Song Cycle’ and Olivier Messiaen.” (via)
WNYC Soundcheck: Daniel Rossen, In Studio, March 20, 2012
Daniel Rossen from Grizzly Bear / Department of Eagles, the grandson of Oscar-nominated screenwriter, film director Robert Rossen (“The Hustler” and “All the King’s Men”), plays songs from his new solo debut EP “Silent Hour/Gold Mile” on WNYC’s Soundcheck.
“Witty, melancholy songs, arranged and performed with such careful skill and a natural unforced originality. David Garland and his friends have done it again!” —Robert Wyatt (Soft Machine, etc., etc.), 2010
‘The Long View’ featuring David Garland: vocal, 12-string guitar, quartertone toy pianos; Sean Lennon: vocal; Charlotte Kemp Muhl: vocal; Vashti Bunyan: vocals (during coda). The song appears on the forthcoming full-length “Conversations with the Cinnamon Skeleton,” released on January 17th, 2012. Also contributing for the album are drummer Otto Hauser (Vetiver, Espers) and the Osso string quartet (Sufjan Stevens, Clogs).
David Garland is a composer/singer/multi-instrumentalist, and is known for his innovative radio shows Spinning On Air and Evening Music on WNYC-FM 93.9 in New York City.
Taken from David Garland’s 2003 album “On the Other Side of the Window” (Review Records), featuring Karen Mantler on vocal and harmonica by Karen Mantler.
Both tracks are taken from David Garland’s 1993 album “I Guess I Just Wasn’t Made for These Times: David Garland performs Brian Wilson” which was released in Japan (「駄目な僕 – パフォームズ・ブライアン・ウィルソン」MSI). Cover art by Rodney Alan Greenblat.
Vetiver plays ‘Everyday’ for the in-studio performance on WNYC Soundcheck, June 13th 2011. Stream the show including a cover of the Go-Betweens ‘Streets of your town’, here. ‘Everyday’ is originally appeared on their previous album “Tight Knit” (Sub Pop/2009). The latest release “The Errant Charm” album is available now on Sub Pop. Andy Cabic (vocal, guitar), Otto Hauser (drums), Daniel Hindman (guitar), Bob Parins (bass), Sarah Versprille (tambourine. backing vocal).
Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion make a record
with Vetiver at Dreamland Studio
Their latest album “Bright Examples” (2011) co-produced by Vetiver’s Andy Cabic and Thom Monahan, recorded with Otto Houser (drums), Daniel Hindman (bass), Kevin Barker (guitar) from Vetiver and special guest artists including Gary Louris (The Jayhawks, vocals), Mark Olson (The Jayhawks, vocals), Neal Casal (guitar) and more, is available now on Ninth St. Opus.
Iron & Wine – Tree By The River (Live on WNYC Soundcheck)
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concert at the Greene Space, New York City January 5th, 2011.
Set List: Tree by the River / Big Burned Head / Biting Your Tail / Half Moon / Monkeys Uptown / Mouth of the River / Summer in Savannah / Godless Brother in Love / Rabbit Will Run / Me and Lazarus / Boy With a Coin / Naked As We Came