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After a recent boisterous and discordant performance at the Music Hall of Williamsburg, Deerhoof's dressing room briefly felt like the center of the indie universe. Hanging out and sipping on the beer and wine that usually go to waste (Deerhoof is more of a tea-swilling bunch) were members of The Di ... More >>
Yes In My Backyard is a semiweekly column showcasing MP3s from new and emerging local talent. Eric OgdenUplifting in a Kate Bush way, uneasy in a Cat Power way, the 2008 debut from Brooklyn dreamcatcher Lia Ices was a slept-on slow-burner full of haunting crooning, minimalist pianos, and shi ... More >>
Juana Molina is no joke
The 10th annual Latin Alternative Music Conference, which runs until Saturday, has been somewhat integrated into this year's Celebrate Brooklyn Festival and Summerstage series. Tonight, Argentinean art-rock siren Juana Molina headlines a free show at Central Park. The Zizek Club hosts the afterparty ... More >>
"People still ask me, 'Oh, when are you coming back on the screen? We miss you.' Blah, blah, blah. But I wouldn't feel very good if I had to do that again." The beatific Argentinean singer/song-writer Juana Molina began playing music in 1996, after she abandoned a very successful television car ... More >>
Latin music conference turns 10!
An adventurous percussionist fights stagnation and wins handily
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