A Heart Is A Spade Presents…

Posted by The G on January 6, 2011 under GNN | Be the First to Comment

Photo by Amanda Hatfield and courtesy of A Heart Is A Spade.

New York!  Clear your calendars for a fun event happening this Saturday, January 8, 2011. A Heart Is A Spade is presenting an evening of live music at The Rock Shop in Brooklyn to celebrate the launch of their awesome new website.  Grooms, Zambri, Acrylics, Psychobuildings will be performing and Hooray For Earth will do a DJ set.  5 acts for $10!  Doors are at 7:30 and you can purchase tickets here.  The Rock Shop is located at 249 4th Avenue in Brooklyn.  More info can be found here.

Coming from someone who blogs alot, I have tremendous respect for A Heart Is A Spade.  The site has tons of great information and lots of free legal mp3s (including exclusive remixes). Speaking of legal mp3s, you can check out free mp3s from all of the bands playing Saturday night on A Heart Is A Spade.  Get to downloading and grab your tickets now while you still can!

The Art Street Journal – Free Subscription!

Posted by The G on August 7, 2010 under GNN | Be the First to Comment

Photo courtesy of the Art Street Journal.

The Art Street Journal!

Head on over to the Art Street Journal right now and sign up for a free 1 year subscription to their publication!  The new issue covers artist Charming Baker, who I love, so you know this publication rocks right off the bat!  Tell them According2g sent ya!

Also, for those in the Los Angeles area, The Carmichael Gallery is having a release party for Issue II, tonight, August 7, 2010.  Find out all the details when you click here.

An Encounter With Nick Zinner

Posted by The G on July 14, 2010 under Encounters with G | Be the First to Comment

Photo taken with my hand.

Nick Zinner and G

Nick Zinner is the kind of artist we all dream of becoming.  He’s the guitarist for the uber-successful band the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, he’s produced songs for Ronnie Spector and TV On The Radio and he’s done remixes for Bloc Party.  He’s also an accomplished photographer, who has published 3 books of his work.  For the health conscious who are not impressed with the above credentials, he’s a vegan!  When I met Nick Zinner, he was extremely nice as you can see from the above photo.  I met him at the launch party for The Creators Project in New York, which goes down in G history as one of the most epic events I’ve ever been to.  He had some of his works on display, which you can see after the jump.  But first let me set the stage.  You walked into a darkened room where ambient music was playing and each of his pictures were lit from behind as you walked through the room to get to the next image.  It was really cool.  Thanks again Nick!

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An Encounter With The Golden Filter

Posted by The G on June 30, 2010 under Encounters with G | Be the First to Comment

Photos taken with my hand.

Stephen Hindman of the Golden Filter and G.

On June 26, 2010 at the launch party for the Creators Project at Milk Studios in New York, I met the electronic duo The Golden Filter.  They have made many of my favorite remixes including “We Are The People” by Empire of the Sun, “New in Town” by Little Boots, “Lay It Down” by Peter Bjorn and John and their solo album “Voluspa,” which was released earlier this year, is pretty awesome as well.  They were doing a DJ set which I also enjoyed and as the Golden Filter took turns mixing, I met both Stephen Hindman and Penelope Trappes, and they were both really cool.  Thanks so much and looking forward to lots more great music!

Penelope Trappes of The Golden Filter and G.

An Encounter With Neon Indian

Posted by The G on June 29, 2010 under Encounters with G | Be the First to Comment

Photo taken with my hand.

Alan Palomo aka Neon Indian and G.

On June 26, 2010 at the launch party for the Creators Project at Milk Studios in New York, I met Alan Palomo aka Neon Indian.  Neon Indian’s “Psychic Chasms” made a lot of critics best albums of 2009 list and it features the song “I Should Have Taken Acid With You,” which in my opinion is one of the best song titles of all time.  Neon Indian was super cool and I thank him for the great music and for being super cool!

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