We’re so excited to announce our first residency! Every Tuesday in May we’ll be playing at 10pm at Pianos in NYC, joined by some of our favorite bands! We’ve been working on this for a while and can’t wait to share it with you for the whole month of May. Here’s what’s in store:
Video from our last show with Maia on drums (4.11.14 @ Cake Shop). This is a not-yet-released song called “Whiskey Ginger.”
Last night my band @mountsharp played our most fun show ever, with Heidemann + 178 Product + Journalism. (at CAKE SHOP NYC)
Yeah so come hang out with us (@mountsharp) tonight at @cakeshopusa! #fun #feels #weirdfears (at CAKE SHOP NYC)
THIS IS AMAZING
DO THE RIGHT THING! GET GETHARD!
Just wrapped a @seriousbizrec session with @mountsharp who play @cakeshopusa this Friday!
We did this thing for BTR yesterday. You can watch/listen to it in a couple weeks and we couldn’t be more psyched! Thanks Travis at Serious Business (who also worked some mixing magic on our as-of-yet-TBA-upcoming release) for having us in, giving us beers, and making lovely conversation!
NOW LET’S ALL GO TO CAKE SHOP TOMORROW (FB invite and info here) BECAUSE IT’S MAIA’S LAST SHOW WITH US!
We’ve got some other stuff to tell you too, but you have to come to the show to hear about it. We’ll bribe you with free pins and CD-R’s if we have to.
See ya there!
Today I get to be on the other side of the @breakthruradio cameras for the @mountsharp session! (at Serious Business)
Baltimore-based artist Chul Hyun Ahn works with fluorescent tube lights, plywood and mirrors to create optical illusions that transcend both time and space. The artist’s rendering of space elicits contemplation into the deep abyss – exploring the physical and spiritual. Chulhyun first began his career painting in an abstract geometric style reflecting layers of paint that created an illusion of depth. His earlier print and painting concepts were further transmitted to his three-dimensional works following his studies at the Maryland Institute College of Art (2002). His recent ‘mirror drawings’ – one of a kind - show light elapsing through hand-drawn lines etched into mirrors, which remain a continuation of his previous working concept of space.