Watch El May’s NYC-centric video for ‘I Played a Role’ | EW.com -
For the first video from her forthcoming sophomore album, The Other Person Is You, singer-songwriter Lara Meyerratken, aka El May, took to the streets of New York City…
"I Played A Role" by El May -
El May is the artistic outlet of Lara Meyerratken —a vocalist and multi-instrumentalist who has worked with acts such as Nada Surf, Luna, Crooked Fingers, and Luscious Jackson. She claims her fort…
The Lost Brothers will be supporting St. Paul and The Broken Bones on UK tour in August and September. New album details coming soon!
Time Stands Still -
Here is the title track from my new album.
Nina Persson unveils new video "Food for the Beast" - DrunkenWerewolf -
Nina Persson unveils new video ‘Food for the Beast,’ taken from her debut solo album Animal Heart. Watch it here.
El May shows on the west coast with The Rosebuds !
FREE DOWNLOAD: They Might Be Giants - First Album Live -
I just got some free music from They Might Be Giants and thought you might enjoy it. You can download it here: http://noisetrade.com/theymightbegiants/first-album-live
FREE FIRST ALBUM LIVE DOWNLOAD
They Might Be Giants have a gift for you! The entire first album recorded live on the 2013 tour!
These performances were culled from shows on They Might Be Giants’ 2013 world tour. John Flansburgh and John Linnell are joined by their stellar band — Dan Miller on the guitar,
Danny Weinkauf on bass, and Marty Beller on the drums. There is also a guest appearance by the Avatars of They.
THE STORY OF THE PINK ALBUM
They Might Be Giants’ first album, also known as the “pink album” because of the distinctive pink skyline in Rodney Allen Greenblat’s cover illustration,” was a turning point for both the band and the burgeoning world of indie rock.
They Might Be Giants had been performing in downtown NYC clubs and had become a fixture on the East Village scene where performance art and music flowed together in a vivid late night club scene. In those earlier years, the band was making recordings for their Dial-A-Song service and their demos were actively passed around town. While the album’s release in late 1986 was met with raves from critics (including the rare “A” rating from the Village Voice’s Robert Christgau), with no major label push or immediate radio interest, it seemed destined to settle comfortably into the Miscellaneous T section within a number of months. All that would change quickly when the band collaborated with video director Adam Bernstein, on a series of original clips that would get serious play on MTV…