A new short documentary produced with Rolling Stone, exploring the bewildering process of attempting to open a "legit" venue in one of America's cultural hubs, and why people often go underground. Get the full story at: http://www.rollingstone.com/ Subscribe to Rolling Stone on YouTube: http://bit.ly/1uGwgGg Check out http://www.rollingstone.com for the latest news in music, culture, politics and more. More videos from Rolling Stone: http://www.rollingstone.com/video Like Rolling Stone Video on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RollingStoneVideo/ Like Rolling Stone on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RollingStone/ Follow Rolling Stone on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RollingStone Follow Rolling Stone on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rollingstone/
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Join us in June for a behind-the-scenes look at music venues and the concert promotion industry. Expert panelists from famed venues and festivals including Irving Plaza, Market Hotel and Afropunk will discuss how they got started and the skills needed to succeed in this competitive business. Moderator: Bill Pearis, Senior Editor at BrooklynVegan Panelists: David Castillo (St. Vitus), Jocelyn Cooper (Afropunk), Stacie George (Irving Plaza), Ric Leichtung (AdHoc), Todd P (Market Hotel, Trans-Pecos), Sebastian Freed (Bowery Presents)
The story of how Brooklyn’s “oddball” music venue became a haven for unconventional art. Eventbrite presents an intimate behind-the-scenes look at Brooklyn’s new, forward-thinking music venue National Sawdust. Watch New York’s bustling streets melt away as you enter the converted industrial warehouse — and hear the story of how this two-year-old non-profit became a home for Brooklyn’s most avant-garde artists. Learn more: http://www.eventbrite.com/music Many thanks to: - National Sawdust, especially Angela Gonzalez, James Petrine, and Katie Jones - Rachel Angel, Eda Wolf, and Nuf Said for your memorable performances - Contrast Visuals for your brilliant creativity and production chops
From Fortitude Valley to the CBD, Brisbane’s underground bar scene holds some jazz filled treasures that are waiting to be discovered and enjoyed. Whether its contemporary jazz sessions at Heya or kicking back and listening to some blues at Brooklyn Standard, these bars have exactly what you need to be transported into the New York underground world. Find out where your next musical adventure will be here: http://blog.queensland.com/2015/07/07/6-best-live-music-venues-brisbane/
http://www.firstlive.us - FirstLive is working on updating our guidebook to live music venues for New York City. We've opened the FirstLive CoffeeHouse in Bushwick. Come visit!
While searching for parties and venues in the NYC that offered Dub & Reggae music, we happened to come across burgeoning Brooklyn based record label and sound-system collective, Dub-Stuy. Founded by “Q” (Quoc Pham) in October 2012, at the core of its identity is a powerhouse sound system-- 15,000 watts of speakers stacked into a tremendous “tower of sound.” Dub-Stuy brings together DJs, vocalists, producers, and sound system engineers from around the globe to represent the culture in its entirety-- from music conception to projection. Dub-Stuy has been blessing NYC streets and venues with its monumental hand-crafted sound systems. Pictures don’t do it justice, you have to experience the towers in person for a full body experience of sound! Their events include block parties, underground club nights and music festivals with featured guests such as Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Channel One, Mungo’s Hi-Fi, OBF, Radikal Guru, Dubkasm, Om Unit, and Gorgon Sound. It’s an international music family, perfectly at home in the most diverse city in the world. Above all, the Dub-Stuy collective is built from passion and respect for the sound system culture and music. While other music groups focus on production or performance, Dub-Stuy encompasses everything in one, considering the experience of music to be just as important than the songs themselves. The unique project is 5 years in the making and gaining momentum as Q and Dub Stuy raise awareness of sound system culture here in the United States. While big in the Jamaica, UK and Europe, many people in the USA are totally unfamiliar with the culture and concept. It’s an admirable scene at a time where most music is played on headphones, at home, in subways, during commutes. Sound system culture is about community, and Dub-Stuy is at the forefront of building that community here in the heart of NYC. If you’re ever in the NYC area, be sure to follow them and attend one of their parties. It’s truly a unique experience with positive (and extra loud) vibes all around. Have a blast, and be sure to bring earplugs :) As they say, Big up! -__- Links: Website: http://www.dub-stuy.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dubstuy/ Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/dubstuy Instagram: @dubstuy Director/Editor: Sharan Kukreja Camera operator: Raj Jaiswal Music: Dubamine - Murda Style Additional b-roll footage provided Dub-Stuy
RamCorps is a staged brass & percussion ensemble from The University of Mobile in Mobile, Alabama. We play at countless venues such as large churches, schools, corporations, and local city events. We tour across the Southeast recruiting potential UM students, and sharing the wonderful news of Jesus Christ. Special thanks to Pineview Baptist Church & the Mayor of Thomasville, Alabama for giving us permission to shoot our video in a 20 year old abandoned warehouse!!! If you would like to book us, contact Kenn Hughes at: RamCorps@umobile.edu Video brought to you by Harrisons Lens. Check out my website and facebook page!! http://harrisonslens.com http://facebook.com/harrisonslensphotography Our 2013-2014 members are: Trumpet: Ben Stith Kory Van Matre Nathan Dodd Jesus Morales Alex Cherry Christina Pierre Cooper Bascom Brandon Kelly Horn: Josh Hill Miranda Freeman Michael Stewart Matthew Dempsey Baritone: Brittany Berryman Christina Jones Trombone: John Calcote Jesse McKinney Michelle Tew David Haney Euphonium: Zack Steele Tuba: Dylan Moulton Jacob Carver Harrison Hughes Percussion: Aaron Ludlum Joshua Holley Joleigh Pigott Ryan Schoch Christopher James Hunter Ballard Tech: Colton Vest We do not own the rights to the song played in this video. Song originally written and performed by The Youngblood Brass Band! Check out their Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/youngbloodbrassband
Jane Lee Hooker returns to kick off the third season of Bridgeside Live from Brooklyn Bowl!! Check out the awesome all-female, New York City-based band, Live in-concert at one of the best Brooklyn music venues! Bridgeside Live is a free livestreaming concert series broadcast from our studio in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn every Tuesday at 9pm EST!! *** Set List 00:29 How Ya Doin' 06:40 Gimme That 10:30 Black Rat 13:49 Be My Baby 20:35 How Bright the Moon 25:07 Didn't It Rain 34:21 Ends Meet 39:18 The Breeze 48:35 Mean Town Blues 52:27 Mama Said Please SUBSCRIBE and keep up with the rest of the Bridgeside Network!! Website: http://www.gobridgeside.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/gobridgeside Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/gobridgeside Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/gobridgeside
The Brooklyn United Evolution Drumline combines the musical talents of a group of 12-20 school-age percussionists in grades 5-10. The Evolution Drumline trains to learn more advanced musical skills, including cadence—skills the members put to work in a variety of well-rehearsed routines and venues. To participate in the Evolution Drumline, members must demonstrate both good grades in school and a willingness and discipline to learn outside of school. In addition to learning drumline skills, they learn leadership skills and gain confidence—key ingredients to succeed during performances and competitions where they take to the floor to showcase their drumline music and street beat talents.