Tag Archives: The Blow

Michael Stipe, Against Me!, Amanda Palmer & more artists co-sign open letter in support of Net Neutrality

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The FCC is voting on December 14 whether or not to repeal Net Neutrality which currently prohibits internet service providers like AT&T, Comcast and Verizon from speeding up, slowing down or blocking any content, applications or websites you want to use. Nationwide protests are happening December 7.

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The Blow, Miho Hatori of Cibo Matto, & more played ‘The Hum’ at LPR (pics)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

For the fifth and final show of this edition of all women series The Hum, musicians like The Blow, Deradoorian, Miho Hatori of Cibo Matto, Eartheater, Ikue Mori, and others collaborated.

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Tonight (05.25), final night of The Hum with Deradoorian, Eartheater, The Blow, Chaos Chaos + more

Source: Deli Magazine NY

Tonight (05.25), final night of The Hum with Deradoorian, Eartheater, The Blow, Chaos Chaos + more
Main Artist covered in the blog (for charts): 
The Blow
Facebook ID: 
thebl0w
Genres (for charts): 
Electro-Pop/Synthpop
Region (for charts): 
NYC

The final night of The Hum 2017 (a series featuring female NYC musicians collaborating live organized by LPR presents and sponsored by The Deli NYC) reserves a truly spectacular line up that must not be missed. From The Blow‘s synth pop gems to Eartheater‘s haunting experimentation, the talent on display is remarkable and absolutely in line with what we here at The Deli expect from artists active in a scene famous for its ...

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The Hum returning in May (with Sad13, Deradoorian, The Blow, Ikue Mori, more)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The unique all-women collaborative concert series The Hum will return this May. It used to take place at the now-closed Manhattan Inn

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El-P, Killer Mike, Flying Lotus, Sad13, Win Butler, ANOHNI, Aaron Dessner & more musicians comment on Trump win

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Also: Best Coast, Wavves, Chuck D, Snoop Doog, Talib Kweli, Waxahathcee, PWR BTTM, Laura Jane Grace, Modern Baseball, Cloud Nothings, Spoon, St. Vincent, & more.

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The Blow share new song “Think About Me”; WOMANPRODUCER series at National Sawdust starts tonight

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Khaela Maricich and Melissa Dyne have spent the last couple years reinventing The Blow from its laptop origins into a more analogue-based setup where all music played live, using a bank of custom-built equipment. “Think About Me” is the first song released from this new approach.

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The Blow hosting WOMANPRODUCER events at National Sawdust w/ Neko Case, Zola Jesus, Deradoorian & more

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The Blow’s Khaela Maricich and Melissa Dyne launched WOMANPRODUCER.com a while back, which is an internet archive of data on female and non-binary music producers.” They’ll be expanding the site’s reach with a series of events this month at Brooklyn’s National Sawdust…

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The Blow, Casey Spooner, Eartheater, SSION & more playing BOFFO Fire Island fest

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

BOFFO, a NYC-based “nonprofit organization that presents innovative and experimental art, architecture, and design,” will throw the next BOFFO Fire Island Performance Festival from August 26-28

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The Blow premiering new songs at Union Pool residency in June

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Electro pop duo The Blow are currently recording a new album following up 2013’s self-titled LP. While they finish that up, they’ll premiere new material(and play old favorites too) at a three-show residency at Brooklyn’s Union Pool on Tuesdays 7, 14, and 21 of June

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Influential electro-pop duo The Blow plays Glasslands on 12.05

Source: Deli Magazine NY

Not exactly an emerging band (the project has been around in a shape or another since 2002 and has already enjoyed some degree of popularity) The Blow‘s music is nonetheless still rather overlooked, and deserves the attention of all those who (like us) are in love with the delicately edgy electro-pop experimentations of bands it anticipated (and probably influenced) like St. Vincent and Glasser. Initially the solo home recording project of Olympia, Washington based songwriter Khaela Maricich, the act became permanently a duo in 2004, when Jona Bechtolt (now of YACHT) injected his electronic production into its sound; the ...

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