Category Archives: Listen
Tracks of the week: May 2nd – 6th
Going Nowhere Slow: A Very Kranky Mix
In anticipation of tomorrow night's showcase featuring Kranky artists Steve Hauschildt & Christina Vantzou, multi-instrumentalist, composer, and LPR's own curatorial advisor, Rafael Anton Irisarri, put together a mix of songs for your listening pleasure.
Listen: Episode 8 of LPR Live w/ John Adams and Attacca Quartet
The latest episode of the LPR Live podcast debuted this week!
Tracks of the week: April 25th – 29th
Listen to an excerpt from Rhys Chatham’s new album “Pythagorean Dream”
We're very excited to have avant-garde legend Rhys Chatham back at LPR on May 30th! In addition to performing as a trio with bassist Tim Dahl and drummer Kevin Shea, Chatham will be unveiling a few songs from Pythagorean Dream, his forthcoming album on London's Foom Music.
Listen: Episode 7 of LPR Live w/ Ted Hearne & Timo Andres
Listen to the latest episode of Q2 Music's LPR Live featuring composer Ted Hearne and pianist Timo Andres.
Listen: JMSN “Hypnotized”
JMSN is at it again with a new tune. Hypnotized features heavy Caribbean influences throughout the track, intertwined with JMSN's signature smooth & soulful sound.
Tracks of the week: April 11th – 15th
Listen: Julia Haltigan “How To Make A Broken Heart”
Julia Haltigan recently shared the recipe to heartache with her new single, "How To Make A Broken Heart," from her upcoming EP, Hot Tears.
Tracks of the week: April 4th – 8th
Listen: Episode 6 of LPR Live featuring David Lang
This week's edition of LPR Live w/ Q2 Music features two movements from David Lang's Memory Pieces for piano and performed by Andrew Zolinsky.
Tracks Of The Week: March 28th – April 1st
Tracks of the week: March 21st – 25th
Our favorite tracks last week featured songs from GoGo Penguin, Sarah Neufeld, Dilly Dally, Songhoy Blues, and Jozef Van Wissem.
Tracks of the week: March 15th – 18th
Our favorite tracks this week featured songs by Jim Black Trio, Frances Cone, Glass Ghost, Free Cake For Every Creature, and The Sway Machinery.
Tracks of the week: March 7th – 11th
Our favorite tracks this week feature songs by Kneedelus, Lady Moon & The Eclipse, Acid Dad, Lou Doillon, and JMSN.
Tracks of the week: February 29th – March 4th
Our favorite tracks this week featured songs from Matt Doyle, Rain Machine, Helen Money, Songhoy Blues, and Braindance.
Tracks of the week: February 22nd – 26th
Our favorite tracks this week featured songs from Lisa Moore, Madame Gandhi, The Skins, Dragons of Zynth, and EMEFE.
Stream Sarah Neufeld’s new album “The Ridge”
Head over to WSJ.com to stream The Ridge, the new album from composer and violinist Sarah Neufeld! She plays LPR Friday 4/15
Tracks of the week: February 1st – 5th
Our favorite tracks last week featured songs from Marilyn Nonken, KING, Dawn Landes, Glass Ghost, and the Big Pink.
Tracks of the week: January 25th – 29th
Our favorite tracks last week featured songs from Eartheater, Tortoise, Miike Snow, Highly Suspect, and Beau.
Watch the trailer for Sarah Neufeld’s new album “The Ridge”
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…
Tracks of the week: January 11th – January 15th
Our favorite tracks last week featured songs by Zuli, Crazy & The Brains, Invisible Familiars, Sarah Neufeld, and Aspects Of War.
Tracks of the week: January 4th – January 8th
Our favorite tracks last week featured songs by Death Side, Language, Happy Apple, Matisyahu, and Meshell Ndegeocello.
Tracks of the week: December 28th – January 1st
Our favorite tracks last week featured songs from Lisa Moore, Olga Scheps, Coaches, Julietta, and A Horse A Deer.
Q&A: 5 Questions with HOWTH
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.