We’re picking 8 live videos shot by us and our associates/guest contributors in New England and NYC throughout the last year – don’t forget to join 350 of our subscribers!
GL is a band comprised of Jason Sebastian Russo (ex-Mercury Rev/Hopewell) and filmmaker Tara Autovino. Village Voice piece from 2014 chronicled the band’s trials and tribulations, but 3 years later they triumphed by signing to UK label Eggs in Aspic and putting out Guide the Lightning tape (eventually reissued on vinyl by California imprint Bleeding Gold).
Throughout years Jason contributed multitude of songs and mixes to IHN
Found – 1 minute piece for Vol. 4 of “Gone in 60 Seconds” series
Guest Mix – featuring Can, This Heat, Rollerskate Skinny, Unrest and more
Jason and Tara are also a part of Pete International Airport, revolving-door project formed by Dandy Warhols member Peter Holmström.
The Triangle Theory
Solo project of Cody Malliet (a.k.a. Cryostasium) – dark ambient with a nod to 70s second wave feminism. More recently Illuminated Paths put out TTT debut The Sapphic Grimoire / Theorem.
Taco Bell garage punk from members of Skyjelly and Future Spa. Their most recently release is Enjoy EP which came out in March of 2017.
The playlist above features excerpts from a show that Dr. Wolfbear from TT captured during Lightning Bolt performance at Foo Fest in Providence.
Chelsea Wolfe / Bush Tetras
We captured Chelsea Wolfe’s October 2017 performance at The Sinclair in Boston (with Youth Code opening) and we also caught Bush Tetras performing at Hall at the MP in Brooklyn as part of Northside Festival 2017.
Chelsea’s most recent release is Hiss Spun (Sargent House) and Bush Tetras produced Happy in 2012 via ROIR.
[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=”15″]Eldridge Rodriguez is the songwriting moniker Boston, MA artist Cameron Keiber uses as a catcha all for musical projects. His music explores classic themes such as man vs. nature, religion and race, entitlement vs. theft, willful ignorance, aggressive stupidity, forgiveness and redemption in a smart mouthed, sometimes vulgar and irreverent way. [/perfectpullquote]
Dr. Wolfbear captured a performance of “The Girl Who Made God” – a song off of upcoming ER album that they played at Zuzu in October 2017.
[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=”15″]Experimental noise ambient, melodic spacey wall of sound, psychedelic guitars and electronica beats.[/perfectpullquote]
We captured VN when they played at Jeanie Johnston with Gary War, Citrusphere and Mei Ohara in Sept. 2017. Nebula is the namesake of the album they put out on Reverb Worship in Nov. of last year and there’s also a video for Dentscape that was made by Petridisch.