So happy to be a part of this night!
I'll be screening a new video for one of my songs by Thomas Bayne and releasing a new EP.
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Thomas Bayne is an animation artist, editor, sometimes writer. He's done work for film, television, the government & bands.
Preston Spurlock is a South Florida-born artist currently living in Brooklyn, New York. His work spans a variety of different media, including animation, illustration, painting, collage, video, and occasionally, music.
Phoebe Blue & The Make Baleaves:
"Phoebe Blue & The Make Baleaves is an antifolk band from Staten Island. While they perform on stage they will take you into their dream world and leave you in the dark. Trees will fall in the forest of your mind and no one will believe you when you tell them what you heard." -Leo Moon
Cal Folger Day:
Cal Folger Day is an American songwriter and performer now based in Dublin. As with her first EP, Drom-d'reau (2013), the rudiments of Adornament (Reeks of Effort UK, Feb 2015) were recorded on an 8-track in Woodstock, NY. Those analog frameworks were then frankensteined to other material captured in Brooklyn and Dublin. The sound is both direct and lush, with violins, drum machines, guitars, wurlitzer, big and little voices. "There is a sense of self and personality to the music... Adornament is work of subtle and considered songwriting" (The Last Mixed Tape).
Medieval music was her first focus. In 2012 she was a member of Rayvon Browne with Morgan Heringer and Joel Kruzic. For two years Cal hosted a weekly open stage at A Gathering of the Tribes on the Lower East Side. She makes chapbooks and has been a featured artist at the Brooklyn, Dublin, and DC zine fests. She recently directed a 12-person orchestra and chorus in a performance of 6 Children's Choruses by Béla Bartók.
“A guitarist and chanteuse with jazz leanings, whose vocal control and onstage presence commands attention.” The New Yorker
Musician/visual artist Toby Goodshank made his high-profile musical debut playing acoustic guitar in The Moldy Peaches. He enjoys a prolific solo career, having recorded 14 albums in a five-year span and touring Europe with artists including Jeffrey Lewis and Kimya Dawson. He co-founded the 3MB art collective with Adam Green and Macaulay Culkin. He recently toured the U.S. as a support act for Har Mar Superstar and The Pizza Underground.