Michele Mercure’s Eye Chant marks the inaugural offering from Freedom To Spend. Freedom To Spend is concerned with autonomous anomalies produced by musicians working within and outside the limits of technology to create intimate art. By virtue of this, the music of Freedom to Spend resonates across a broad sound spectrum, but thrives without rigid regulation.
Filmmaker Jason Evans explores the patterns and processes behind Mercure’s meditations on sound, collapsing the timeline of Eye Chant with his vignette, michele prepares.
Visible Cloaks offer respite by way of Brenna Murphy’s video for “Neume (ft. Matt Carlson)”.
Visible Cloaks’ Reassemblage will be released on Friday, February 17, 2017 on LP, CD, and digital formats. The Translations mix will be released on cassette, and only available in this limited format. Grip a copy of either / both at the shop.
In the video for “Yesh’ Te,” directed by Ramez Silvan, Breadwoman traces footsteps through her old Los Angeles home over three decades since her arrival. Slowly acclimating to the sprawling cityscape of modern-day LA, Breadwoman stands and sits, statuesque and unaffected by the wears of time, throughout public spaces as passerby stare in awe at her ancient grace. Watch it now:
Anna Homler and Jorge Martin will perform the songs of Breadwoman & Other Tales to NYC on Friday, November 11 at The Knockdown Center. Pitchfork.tv hosts a live video for Anna and Steven’s performance at St. Vitus to set the mood:
Sasha Renkas aka Antenna’s video for “Before I Fall Sleep,” directed by Renkas and Rozanne Ottenhof, is ready for dosage. Slip into a weightless landscape of Primavera’s soft unraveling – an in between world accessible at the crossroads of sleep and dream – below:
Today we celebrate the release of Hieroglyphic Being & J.I.T.U. Ahn-Sahm-Buhl’sWe Are Not The First, a cosmic collision of a caravan of spirits and players from all points on the experience spectrum. Copies of the eleven song epic are now shipping from the RVNG store.
Inspired by Jamal Moss’ state of (hieroglyphic) being and Rafael Sanchez’s cosmic escape directive, muliti-principled design studio Georgia oscillate between the mind and the environment to create a new visual space and retreat from the everyday for “Fuck The Ghetto / Think About Outer Space.” Watch the winged vid below:
If you’re local to / near New York City tonight, please join us at our home, Commend (172 Forsyth St. b/w Rivington and Stanton), to attend a live musical performance from Georgia + spoken word from Sanchez after a screening of their visual collaboration. Bring a vessel for complimentary green tea.