Fri, Apr 26, 2013

We’re beyond excited to help sponsor Music Hackathon NYC Music & Tech Forum as part UNESCO International Jazz Day. The forum will take place at Ace Hotel, this Saturday, April 27th. Music Hackathon NYC will focus on how new technology can be used to research and create Jazz. 

The day will start with two terrific talks by Monthly Music Hackathon regulars Brian McFee and Ben Lacker, focusing on using new technology for research and creation, respectively. Followed by a group coding session and ending with a concert by special guest Jazz duo Ben Wendel & Dan Tepfer.

Saturday, April 27th, 2013
Ace Hotel20 W 29th St New York, NY 10001Detailed schedule + RSVP: http://bit.ly/11p2rLH

We’re beyond excited to help sponsor Music Hackathon NYC Music & Tech Forum as part UNESCO International Jazz Day. The forum will take place at Ace Hotel, this Saturday, April 27th. Music Hackathon NYC will focus on how new technology can be used to research and create Jazz.

The day will start with two terrific talks by Monthly Music Hackathon regulars Brian McFee and Ben Lacker, focusing on using new technology for research and creation, respectively. Followed by a group coding session and ending with a concert by special guest Jazz duo Ben Wendel & Dan Tepfer.

Saturday, April 27th, 2013
Ace Hotel
20 W 29th St New York, NY 10001

Detailed schedule + RSVP: http://bit.ly/11p2rLH

Tue, Nov 6, 2012

Exfm & PopGun Present: The Whigs & Kuroma

What’s better than spending the night with us as we co-present a pure celebratory rock and roll fueled evening courtesy of The Whigs? We know the answer is nothing and that’s why we’re giving away two pairs of tickets to the at Glasslands Gallery on Saturday, November 10th. For your chance to win just click below.

Tweet To Win

A taste of what’s to come:

The Whigs - WaitingThe Whigs - Summer HeatKuroma - The Magic DeedKuroma - Let Your Body DripWinners will be announced Friday, November 9th. Tickets are still available  here. Good luck!

Exfm & PopGun Present: The Whigs & Kuroma

What’s better than spending the night with us as we co-present a pure celebratory rock and roll fueled evening courtesy of The Whigs? We know the answer is nothing and that’s why we’re giving away two pairs of tickets to the at Glasslands Gallery on Saturday, November 10th. For your chance to win just click below.

Tweet To Win

A taste of what’s to come:

The Whigs - Waiting
The Whigs - Summer Heat
Kuroma - The Magic Deed
Kuroma - Let Your Body Drip


Winners will be announced Friday, November 9th. Tickets are still available here. Good luck!

Wed, Sep 26, 2012

Tonight’s the night folks! Come on down to Pianos for our event featuring Brooklyn based singer/songwriter Doe Paoro who has appropriately named her style “Ghost Soul.” Supporting Doe will be Brooklyn avant pop-rockers Teletextile, new waver Ludwig Persik, electro-rocker Dalton and psych-folk artist Anya.

Here’s a little sneak peek at tonights performers.

Doe Paoro - Born WholeTeletextile - I Don’t Know How To Act HereLudwig Persik - Forward MotionDalton - Shut Up And ListenAnya Skidan - Hidden TreasuresBuy Tickets Here

Tonight’s the night folks! Come on down to Pianos for our event featuring Brooklyn based singer/songwriter Doe Paoro who has appropriately named her style “Ghost Soul.” Supporting Doe will be Brooklyn avant pop-rockers Teletextile, new waver Ludwig Persik, electro-rocker Dalton and psych-folk artist Anya.

Here’s a little sneak peek at tonights performers.

Doe Paoro - Born Whole
Teletextile - I Don’t Know How To Act Here
Ludwig Persik - Forward Motion
Dalton - Shut Up And Listen
Anya Skidan - Hidden Treasures

Buy Tickets Here

Thu, Sep 13, 2012

Join us at Pianos on Wednesday, September 26th for our showcase featuring Brooklyn based singer/songwriter Doe Paoro who has appropriately named her style “Ghost Soul.” Supporting Doe will be Brooklyn avant pop-rockers Teletextile, new waver Ludwig Persik, electro-rocker Dalton and psych-folk artist Anya. 



    @PianosWednesday September 26, 2012
        158 Ludlow St | New York, NY
        Doors at 6:30 pmTickets $8 | 21+

Here’s a little taste of what’s to come:

Doe Paoro - Born WholeTeletextile - Don’t Know How To Act HereLudwig Persik - Forward Motion Dalton - Speak EasyAnya Skidan - SpiritualBuy Tickets Here

Join us at Pianos on Wednesday, September 26th for our showcase featuring Brooklyn based singer/songwriter Doe Paoro who has appropriately named her style “Ghost Soul.” Supporting Doe will be Brooklyn avant pop-rockers Teletextile, new waver Ludwig Persik, electro-rocker Dalton and psych-folk artist Anya.

@Pianos
Wednesday September 26, 2012
158 Ludlow St | New York, NY
Doors at 6:30 pm
Tickets $8 | 21+


Here’s a little taste of what’s to come:

Doe Paoro - Born Whole
Teletextile - Don’t Know How To Act Here
Ludwig Persik - Forward Motion
Dalton - Speak Easy
Anya Skidan - Spiritual

Buy Tickets Here

Thu, Aug 30, 2012

Tonight is the night! Come join us at Pianos for our 4th consecutive showcase. Kicking off the night will be jangly pop-rockers We Can’t Enjoy Ourselves followed by Philly lo-fi garage rockers Cold Fronts and Brooklyn locals Thieving Irons whose recent release Behold, This Dreamer! has been generating quite the stir. We’ll be rounding out the night with Il Abanicos’ unique brand of shimmering indie-pop latent with influences from their hometown of Bogotá, Colombia.
Here’s a little preview:
Il Abanico - The LightThieving Irons - Gentle HandsCold Fronts - Heart AttackWCEO - Winsome WilliamBuy Tickets Here

Tonight is the night! Come join us at Pianos for our 4th consecutive showcase. Kicking off the night will be jangly pop-rockers We Can’t Enjoy Ourselves followed by Philly lo-fi garage rockers Cold Fronts and Brooklyn locals Thieving Irons whose recent release Behold, This Dreamer! has been generating quite the stir. We’ll be rounding out the night with Il Abanicos’ unique brand of shimmering indie-pop latent with influences from their hometown of Bogotá, Colombia.

Here’s a little preview:

Il Abanico - The Light
Thieving Irons - Gentle Hands
Cold Fronts - Heart Attack
WCEO - Winsome William

Buy Tickets Here

Tue, Aug 21, 2012

Join us next Thursday, August 30th for our fifth consecutive showcase at Pianos featuring Il Abanico, Thieving Irons, Cold Fronts and We Can’t Enjoy Ourselves.

  
    @PianosThursday August 30, 2012
        158 Ludlow St | New York, NY
        Doors at 7:00 pmTickets $8 | 21+


Il Abanico - Keep CallingThieving Irons - Sleepwalking Into The OceanCold Fronts - Strange ArchitectureWe Can’t Enjoy Ourselves - Devil In The Old Folks’ HomeBuy Tickets Here

Join us next Thursday, August 30th for our fifth consecutive showcase at Pianos featuring Il Abanico, Thieving Irons, Cold Fronts and We Can’t Enjoy Ourselves.

@Pianos
Thursday August 30, 2012
158 Ludlow St | New York, NY
Doors at 7:00 pm
Tickets $8 | 21+


Il Abanico - Keep Calling
Thieving Irons - Sleepwalking Into The Ocean
Cold Fronts - Strange Architecture
We Can’t Enjoy Ourselves - Devil In The Old Folks’ Home

Buy Tickets Here

Fri, Jul 20, 2012

Last Friday we put on our monthly Piano’s showcase with a little help from our friends over at IGIF and Small Plates Records.

As predicted, due to the Friday the 13th date things got a little weird. During the Night Panther set some of the audience lost their shirts and as you can see the two gentlemen above chose to do some dirty dancing. Not wanting to be outdone the lead singer of Night Panther also discarded his top and joined in the fun.

To quote IGIF’s summation of the night “Friday night’s IGIF x exfm x Small Plates show was a disaster for recovering alcoholics and Skrillex fans. But thankfully for the sane, rational world, the abundance of excellent new music and alcohol of all densities and flavors was exactly what Friday the 13th needed to, and certainly did, deliver.”

We want to give a special thanks to all of you who came out and got weird with us especially the bands Yunglife, Night Panther, Blonds, Gracie and Beacon. We hope to see you all next month!

See the full album here.

Photo Credit: Guillaume Caron

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