CMJ at Pianos: The Bloodsugars, Hospital Bombers, Dinosaur Feathers

Hospital BombersThe EVP team fanned out across the city to capture live music during the CMJ ’08 Music Marathon last night.

Incredibly, the team all reconvened at the same place to cover the same three bands in the upstairs lounge at Pianos at 158 Ludlow Street just below Rivington. Incredible!

Engine Room Recordings’ The Bloodsugars from Brooklyn and, notably, Marine Park, provided a bouncy set that kept the bar taps flowing. For The Bloodsugars (or MySpace link) music and an interview with Jason, the lead singer and guitarist, click below:

Excelsior Recordings artist and Amsterdam natives, Hospital Bombers (for english readers, try the MySpace link) performed a set that included music from “Footnotes,” their upcoming new album. Music and interview follows:

Finally, Minnesota transplants, and now staunch Brooklynites, Dinosaur Feathers, led off with their clever vocals and a suitcase full of rhythm in only their second performance on the big stage. View a clip of the performance plus, yet another, BONUS interview:

 

October 22nd, 2008

Entry Filed under: Music, Film, Art



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