Friday, May 25, 2012|2 commentsRead more|Journal Topics:Artist News VideoVideoWednesday, May 23, 2012|0 comments
Lianne La Havas, whose debut album, Is Your Love Big Enough?, will be released in the US on August 7 via Nonesuch Records, has unveiled the video for the album's title track. "Lianne La Havas has pipes, and she’s taken her soulful show on the road," says MTV Iggy. "That’s the takeaway from her latest music video, for 'Is Your Love Big Enough,' which Lianne shot with her bandmates while they were on tour in Europe. Highlights: unbelievable footwear, reckless bowling moves, and beatific audiences. All to the sound of Lianne asking 'Is your love/Big enough for what’s to come?' If it’s more of this, then yes, totally." Watch it here.Read more|Journal Topics:Artist News VideoVideoTuesday, May 22, 2012|1 comments
Congratulations to Björk, who received the Artist of the Year Award at the 16th Annual Webby Awards in a ceremony in New York City last night. The Webbys honor excellence on the Internet. Björk's latest album, Biophilia, was also released as a suite of Apps, with a dedicated App for each song on the album. She was introduced last night by Scott Snibbe, who led the team of Biophilia App developers. All Webby winners are kept to five-word acceptance speeches; you can watch Björk's in the video coverage here.Read more|Journal Topics:Artist News Video Web/TechnologyVideoFriday, May 18, 2012|0 commentsWatch: Punch Brothers Perform "Patchwork Girlfriend," "Movement and Location" for Nashville's Lightning 100
Punch Brothers pick up their US tour again at Appalachian Uprising in Ohio on June 2, one of a number of festival dates ahead in the US and Europe, in addition to their own headline shows. In duo news, Noam Pikenly performs at the Brooklyn Folk Fest tonight with guitarist Michael Daves, who joins Chris Thile at the Ryman next month. During a recent stop in Nashville, Punch Brothers performed two songs off their new album, Who's Feeling Young Now? at Lightning 100: "Patchwork Girlfriend" and "Movement and Location." Watch both here.Read more|Journal Topics:On Tour Artist News Video RadioVideoThursday, May 17, 2012|0 comments
Timothy Andres's I Found It by the Sea was featured in the closing-night concert of the Look and Listen Festival in NYC this week, performed with ACME. The piece "draws on a huge range of styles," says the New York Times. "Mr. Andres is a fine pianist, and he wrote himself a dazzling solo line. His quartet writing is equally rich." Andres performs a solo recital at NYC's (Le) Poisson Rouge later this month and makes his London debut at Wigmore Hall June 8. Earlier this year, he spoke with the new-music blog I Care If You Listen about his debut album, Shy and Mighty, and performed his piece At the River. Watch both here.