Check out some great shots of Dan Tepfer’s Acoustic Informatics concert at LPR this past Monday, which also featured members of ICE (International Contemporary Ensemble)! Head over to our Facebook page to see more from the show. Photos by Rob Davidson. …
Our favorite tracks last week featured songs from Marilyn Nonken, KING, Dawn Landes, Glass Ghost, and the Big Pink.
It's been an incredible Winter season here at LPR so far! We have picked out our favorite Instagram shots from shows here during the month of January
Our favorite tracks last week featured songs from Eartheater, Tortoise, Miike Snow, Highly Suspect, and Beau.
Watch the new video for Tortoise's "Yonder Blue", off of their latest album, The Catastrophist (Thrill Jockey). The track features vocals from the amazing Georgia Hubley of Yo La Tengo.
Our favorite tracks last week featured songs from Crazy & The Brains, High Waisted, Sarah Neufeld, Coaches, and Young Galaxy.
Check out these awesome photos from On The Rise at LPR a few weeks ago with Language, A Deer A Horse, Howth, and Not Blood Paint. Photos taken by Michael Alexander Chin.
Two-time Grammy nominee, Highly Suspect, performed live on Conan last week to celebrate their new album, Mister Asylum.
Coaches met while they were all hanging around Boston's music scene. At some point, they moved to Brooklyn and we heard about them. So, we asked them to play our On The Rise series and spoke with them about life, influences, and other important matters. Check them out at LPR on January 25th with Zuli, Lazyeyes, and Invisible Familiars and read the interview here.
The 12th annual NYC Winter Jazzfest came & went in a flash this past weekend. Thousands of people descended upon downtown Manhattan to hear up & comers & legends alike in the jazz world. Wil Gray was there to capture some of the moments
The amazing Montréal-based violinist and composer Sarah Neufeld recently shared a new trailer for her forthcoming album, The Ridge. Check it out below, and get your tickets for Neufeld’s album release concert at LPR on Friday, April 15! Trailer for The Ridge, directed by directed by Jason Last and Jaime Rubiano: You…
The best part of our On The Rise series? Chatting with the people behind the music. We asked Zuli a few questions to get you (and us) ready for their show with Lazyeyes, Invisible Familiars, and Coaches on January 25th. Take a read and come see them live on our main stage next week.
Our favorite tracks last week featured songs by Zuli, Crazy & The Brains, Invisible Familiars, Sarah Neufeld, and Aspects Of War.
Our favorite tracks last week featured songs by Death Side, Language, Happy Apple, Matisyahu, and Meshell Ndegeocello.
NYCWJF 2016 is upon us! Next week, some incredible musicians are taking over down-town Manhattan and we want you to be prepared! Here is some information to help you plan your evening(s) accordingly
You’ve probably seen Language somewhere in Brooklyn recently. We’re pretty excited for their January 11th show here and so we asked them a few ~personal~ questions to get to know them, as any polite person would. Who’s who in the band? How did you all meet? Language is Omar Afzaal (guitar), Wes Black…
Our favorite tracks last week featured songs from Lisa Moore, Olga Scheps, Coaches, Julietta, and A Horse A Deer.
Culture Collide said A Deer A Horse’s “authentic, energetic rock positions them among legends like Joan Jett and Patti Smith,” so naturally, we’re pumped for January 11th’s show. We asked Angela, Rebecca, and DT a few questions about the band so you, dear reader, know more before you take a listen. Hi, there. Tell…
On January 12th, the Metropolis Ensemble will presented Bach Unwound with Ashley Bathgate and Sleeping Giant as part of their Resident Artist Series. Sequoia Sellinger recently caught up with their resident artist, Ashley Bathgate, to talk about the upcoming program & what it was like to collaborate with the Brooklyn based composer collective, Sleeping Giant.
We're pretty stoked to have HOWTH perform at LPR this month, so we decided to ask them a few questions and get to know them a bit better. Listen to their latest record Trashy Milky Nothing Town and check out our interview before you stop by on January 11.
We asked Not Blood Paint to tell us a bit more about their live performances, life in New York City, and how it felt to run a Kickstarter to help them produce their work. Read the full interview and check them out on January 11th with A Deer A Horse, Howth, and Language.
2015 yielded some pretty top notch music (or at least we'd like to think so). Some of the LPR staff put together a list of their favorite releases this year, check them out below.
Our favorite tracks this week feature songs from Bruce Brubaker, Not Blood Paint, Sonnymoon, Lazyeyes, and KING.
It's the holiday season and sometimes our hardworking elves need a break, too! If you were planning on stopping by to purchase tickets in person at the LPR box office, please take note of our upcoming holiday hours