Join us at Commend this Friday October 30 to raise / praise the release of We Are Not the First, the 11 poem Epic forged by Hieroglyphic Being & J.I.T.U. Ahn-Sahm-Buhl.
We’ll also screen / celebrate the video for “Fuck the Ghetto / Think About Outer Space.” Directed by Georgia (Brian Close & Justin Tripp) and featuring vocals by Rafael Sanchez, the clip is an ecstatic admonishment of the prison of technology / the ghetto of the mind.
A live musical performance from Georgia + spoken word from Sanchez will provide a meal of melted tunes and tomes for your brain with complimentary green tea on the side.
@ 172 Forsyth between Stanton and Rivington, 7-9pm.
drip.fm hosts a free download of “Reflector” from bing & ruth’s tomorrow was the golden age via their new free-to-use platform mainline. grip a freebie, go for a stroll, and consider joining the rvng / bis drip when you’re next in front of a computer. but please enjoy the fall season first and foremost.
The next and final eve, Sunday at 19h, Craig’s back alongside players from the Sinfonettia Cracovia for a live orchestral recreation of Nommos. Freshly curated live visuals as well. Reserve a spot at ICE Krakow.
“There is something in the music that brings you into a new space, but moment to moment that change is almost imperceptible.”
British visual artist and designer Hana Tajima is speaking of Bing & Ruth’s “Reflector” from the New York group’s forthcoming album, Tomorrow Was the Golden Age. Tajima’s visual accompaniment to “Reflector” was filmed at dawn throughout New York City over several days.
Bing & Ruth will perform live at Le Poisson Rouge in New York City tonight – Monday, Oct. 13th. The show also features Ramona Lisa’s (the new project of Caroline Palochek) last performance and the exquisite work of Ian Drennan. Limited tickets / seating are available here.