Next to Masaki Batoh's 'Brain Pulse Music,' Alvin Lucier's 'Music for Solo Performer' sure sounds dumb.
Next to Masaki Batoh's 'Brain Pulse Music,' Alvin Lucier's 'Music for Solo Performer' sure sounds demure, dated and dumb.
During the recording of Merchandise's recently released 'Totale Nite' LP, frontman Carson Cox spent a lot of time making the short film 'Rush of Blood.'
Live at Roulette (Sunday, May 12, 2013).
Be it Max Steele's newest solo piece, or Nia Love and Marjani Fortè's latest collaboration, Classicalite's been quick to champion pretty much everything that Brooklyn Arts Exchange has put on.
Live at Mercury Lounge (Tuesday, May 7, 2013).
35 years--and one day--after the Artists Space concerts of May 5 and 6, 1978, Classicalite looks to build the definitive No Wave library.
Always keen to make any cycling-slash-music connection, we here at Classicalite couldn't be bigger fans of the late composer Mauricio Kagel--especially his more theatrical, perhaps even impish work.
The Village Voice has announced that the 58th Annual Obie Awards at Webster Hall on Monday, May 20, 2013 will feature a performance from the amazing David Byrne and Fatboy Slim musical, 'Here Lies Love.'
For professional use only: Abraham Orellana, the hip-hop producer known to legions of SoundCloud and YouTube users as AraabMUZIK, has been shot during a robbery gone wrong.
According to Constellation Records, Sarah Neufeld, violinist with Grammy-winning indie rockers Arcade Fire, will release her first solo record on August 20.
You've seen him eveywhere, including the New York City subway. And you've seen her pretty much every week on the Classicalite Chart Report. Now, watch Canadian crooner Michael Bublé's Sinatra and YouTube violin sensation Lindsey Stirling get results on Dancing With The Stars--Season 16, Week 7.
NPR Music and WNYC's Soundcheck teamed up to present Iggy & The Stooges yesterday afternoon at the West Village club (Le) Poisson Rouge.
British fashion designer and former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham said life as a working mother is a struggle, but she relishes the challenge and plans to expand her empire with a retail store in London.
That NFL Championship notwithstanding, the City of Baltimore keeps on getting better and better. Case in point: Dan Deacon's new music video for "Konono Ripoff Nº1," his official Record Store Day 2013 single, "is a snap shot, time capsule and video yearbook," says Dan Gill, of the Charm City scene--all rolled into one delicious crab cake of a viewing.