Sylvan Esso - Coffee From the album Sylvan Esso - OUT NOW Purchase from iTunes: http://smarturl.it/SylvanEsso.iTunes Follow on Spotify: http://ptsnre.co/SESpotify Dan Huiting - Director/DP/Editor Martin Anderson - Producer Will Hackney - Producer Jesse Meehl - Steadicam Operator Josh Sliffe - Additional Camera Andrew Synowiez - AC/Grip Matt Moore - Gaffer Dear Hearts - Styling Special thanks: The Huse Boys Kym Register and The Pinhook Alicia Best David DiGiuseppe and Footloose The Carrboro Century Center Austin Simmons http://www.sylvanesso.com http://www.facebook.com/SylvanEsso http://www.twitter.com/sylvanesso
It's hard to believe that it hasn't quite been a year since the first Sylvan Esso album came out. The odd yet perfect marriage of Nick Sanborn's electronics with Amelia Meath's voice feels like a familiar friend by now. And yet seeing these songs performed softly — and captured in the light of day — made them feel fresh and lovable in new ways. To keep things fresh and interesting, Sanborn brought a bunch of new gear to the Tiny Desk; it seemed a bit bewildering to him for a bit, but also inspiring. I think that's what makes this combination work so well: Meath and Sanborn inspire one another. You can see it in their eyes and in their smiles, and it comes out in their playing and dancing. It's enchanting music, performed wonderfully.-- BOB BOILEN Set List "Coffee" "H.S.K.T." "Come Down" Credits Producers: Bob Boilen, Maggie Starbard; Audio Engineer: Kevin Wait; Videographers: Colin Marshall, Maggie Starbard; Assistant Producer: Morgan McCloy; photo by Morgan McCloy/NPR
Dir: Mimi Cave What Now out 4/28 via Loma Vista Recordings. Pre-order available at http://found.ee/SE_Store Download "Die Young" iTunes: http://found.ee/SE_WhatNowItunes Google Play: http://found.ee/SE_DieYoungGoogle AmazonMP3: http://found.ee/SE_DieYoungAMZ TOUR DATES 5/2 – Berlin, DE – SchwuZ 5/3 – Amsterdam, NL – Bitterzoet 5/4 – London, UK – The Village Underground 5/5 – Paris, FR – Point Ephemere 5/12 - Atlanta, GA - Variety Playhouse 5/13 - Atlanta, GA - Shaky Knees Festival 5/14 - Charlotte, NC - The Fillmore * 5/16 - Baltimore, MD - Ram's Head Live * 5/17 - Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Steel * 5/18 - Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Steel * 5/20 - Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer * 5/23 - Toronto, ON - Phoenix Concert Theatre * 5/25 - Burlington, VT - Higher Ground Ballroom * 5/26 - Boston, MA - Boston Calling Music Festival 5/27 - Washington, DC - 9:30 Club * 5/28 - Washington, DC - 9:30 Club * 6/13 - Madison, WI - Majestic Theatre + 6/14 - Madison, WI - Majestic Theatre ~ 6/16 - Eau Claire, WI - Eaux Claires 7/14 - Gräfenhainichen, DE - Melt! Festival 7/15 -Gräfenhainichen, DE - Melt! Festival 7/16 - Gräfenhainichen, DE - Melt! Festival 8/7 - Minneapolis MN - First Avenue % 8/8 - Omaha, NE - Sokol Auditorium % 8/10 - Denver, CO - Ogden Theatre % 8/11 - Bellevue, CO - Mishawaka Amphitheatre % 8/12 - Salt Lake City, UT - The Depot % 8/15 - Vancouver, BC – Commodore % 8/16 - Portland, OR - Crystal Ballroom % 8/17 - Portland, OR - Crystal Ballroom % 8/18 - Seattle, WA – Neptune $ 8/19 - Seattle, WA – Neptune $ 8/22 - Oakland, CA - Fox Theater % 8/23 - Oakland, CA - Fox Theater % 8/25 - Los Angeles, CA - The Hollywood Palladium % 8/26 - San Diego, CA - The Observatory North Park % 8/27 - Phoenix, AZ – Crescent Outdoors % 8/29 - Dallas, TX - Granada Theater 8/30 - Austin, TX - Stubb's % 8/31 - Houston, TX - White Oak Music Hall % 9/1 - New Orleans, LA - Civic Theater % 9/15 - Charlottesville, VA - Jefferson Theatre # 9/16 - Pittsburgh, PA - Stage AE # 9/17 - Detroit, MI - The Crofoot Ballroom # 9/19 - Columbus, OH - Express Live! # 9/20 - Cleveland, OH - House of Blues # 9/21 - Cincinnati, OH - Bogart's # 9/22 - Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium # 9/23 - Indianapolis, IN - Old National Centre # 9/25 - Columbia, MO - The Blue Note # 9/26 - Kansas City, MO - CrossroadsKC # 9/28 - Louisville, KY - Mercury Ballroom # 9/29 - Asheville, NC - ExploreAsheville.com Arena # 9/30 - Pittsboro, NC - Shakori Hills & * w/ Lucy Dacus + w/ Aero Flynn ~ w/ Field Report % w/ Flock of Dimes $ w/ Dana Buoy # w/ Helado Negro & w/ tUnE-yArDs, Wye Oak, Helado Negro, Well$ Tix and info at http://found.ee/SE_TourDates http://www.sylvanesso.com http://www.lomavistarecordings.com Follow Sylvan Esso: Spotify: http://found.ee/SE_Spotify-1 Facebook- http://found.ee/SE_facebook Twitter- http://found.ee/SE_twitter Instagram - http://found.ee/SE_instagram Soundcloud - http://found.ee/SE_soundcloud
more at http://scitech.quickfound.net/geology_news_and_links.html Tells the story of Standard Oil of New Jersey and the Esso brand name from a gas station owner's point of view. Public domain film from the Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esso Esso is an international trade name for ExxonMobil and its related companies. The name is a phonetic version of the initials of the pre-1911 Standard Oil (SO = Esso), and as such became the focus of much litigation and regulatory restriction in the United States. In 1972 it was largely replaced in the U.S. by the Exxon brand after it bought Humble Oil, while Esso remained widely used elsewhere. In most of the world, the Esso brand and the Mobil brand are the primary brand names of ExxonMobil, with the Exxon brand name still in use only in the United States alongside Mobil... In 1911, Standard Oil was broken up into 34 companies, some of which were named "Standard Oil" and had the rights to that brand in certain states (the other companies had no territorial rights). Standard Oil of New Jersey ("Jersey Standard") had the rights in that state, plus in Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and the District of Columbia. By 1941, it had also acquired the rights in Pennsylvania, Delaware, Arkansas, Tennessee, and Louisiana. In those states, it marketed its products under the brand "Esso", the phonetic pronunciation of the letters "S" and "O". It also used the Esso brand in New York and the six New England states, where the Standard Oil Company of New York (Socony - Vacuum, later Socony - Mobil) had the rights, but did not object to the New Jersey company's use of the trademark (the two companies did not merge until November 1999). However, in the other states, the other Standard Oil companies objected and forced Jersey Standard to use other brand names. In most states the company used the trademark Enco ("Energy Company"), and in a few "Humble". The other Standard companies likewise were "Standard" or some variant on that in their home states, and another brand name in other states. Esso ranked 31st among United States corporations in the value of World War II production contracts... In 1973, Standard Oil of New Jersey renamed itself as the Exxon Corporation, and adopted that trademark throughout the country. It maintained the rights to "Standard" and "Esso" in the states where it held those rights, by a token effort, by selling "Esso Diesel" in those states at stations that sell diesel fuel, thus preventing the trademark from being declared abandoned. It retained the "Esso" brand in Puerto Rico and the United States Virgin Islands until 2008, when it sold its stations there to Total S.A. The Enco brand name was still used on locations in the Midwest until 1977 when they were sold to Cheker Oil Co. (now part of Marathon Petroleum subsidiary Speedway LLC); Exxon continues to have a presence in Southern Ohio today (as it does throughout much of Appalachia in general), though Mobil is the company's primary brand in the Midwest... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_Oil Standard Oil Co. Inc. was an American oil producing, transporting, refining, and marketing company. Established in 1870 as a corporation in Ohio, it was the largest oil refiner in the world. Its controversial history as one of the world's first and largest multinational corporations ended in 1911, when the United States Supreme Court ruled that Standard was an illegal monopoly. Standard Oil dominated the oil products market initially through horizontal integration in the refining sector, then, in later years vertical integration; the company was an innovator in the development of the business trust. The Standard Oil trust streamlined production and logistics, lowered costs, and undercut competitors. "Trust-busting" critics accused Standard Oil of using aggressive pricing to destroy competitors and form a monopoly that threatened consumers. John D. Rockefeller was a founder, chairman and major shareholder. With the dissolution of the Standard Oil trust into 33 smaller companies, Rockefeller became the richest man in the world. Other notable Standard Oil principals include Henry Flagler, developer of the Florida East Coast Railway and resort cities, and Henry H. Rogers, who built the Virginian Railway...
We come to grips with our wrists, we come to sound with our mouth We sing of what we think we know, mother, father, skin and flaws and we move just like the birds, moving amidst the other birds, and we move just like the fish, rolling away from larger and I know I'm protecting the light of lichen But oh you look like a morning star, to see who we are, oooooo and I know you're protecting the light of lichen But oh you look like a morning star, just see who we are, oooooo You look good in the west, see how you clap those hands You look good in the south, see how you use your mouth You look good in the east, all elbows and knees To the honey dipper, to the sound shifter Oh dont you know you want to See that moonrise in the rear view Just like you had wanted it to Temperature drops, the hot tart cools Ready oh the radio calling to you Right out loud she said it For crying out loud they meant it Sing that song like i know you can Work your jaw like a blind man Call like call like you own the land throw up your hands, make demands You look good in the west, see how you clap those hands You look good in the south, see how you use your mouth You look good in the east, all elbows and knees To the honey dipper, to the sound shifter? You look good in the north, whip your hair back and forth You look good in the east, door, the wall, move your feet You look good in the south, make your makers proud You look good in the west, you look good in a dress I feel, I feel, I feel like a morning star I feel, I feel, I feel like a morning star I feel, I feel, I feel like a morning star I feel, I feel, oo oooo ooooiooo oooooiooo Sound with our mouth, we call it grips with our We call it grips our wrists We call it sounds with our mouths We call it grips with our ahh, ahhh
'Could I Be' is taken from the new self-titled release from SYLVAN ESSO, out 2 June 2014 on City Slang.
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Buy or Stream "PARAD(w/m)E": Spotify: http://found.ee/SE_PARADwmE_Spotify iTunes: http://found.ee/SE_PARADwmE_iTunes Apple: http://found.ee/SE_PARADwmE_Apple Amazon: http://found.ee/SE_PARADwmE_AMZ Google: http://found.ee/SE_PARADwmE_Google SYLVAN ESSO ON TOUR 1/27 Singapore, SG – Laneway Festival 1/29 Aukland, NZ - Laneway Festival 1/31 Melbourne, AU - Corner Hotel 2/2 Adelaide, AU - Laneway Festival 2/3 Melbourne, AU - Laneway Festival 2/4 Sydney, AU - Laneway Festival 2/8 Sydney, AU - Oxford Art Factory 2/10 Brisbane, AU - Laneway Festival 2/11 Fremantle, AU - Laneway Festival 2/13 Honolulu, HI – The Republik 3/1-4 Okeechobee, FL – Okeechobee Music & Arts Fest 3/5 Punta Cana, DR - One Big Holiday 3/9-10 New Orleans, LA – Buku Art & Music Project 3/17 Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle (SOLD OUT) * 3/19 Houston, TX - White Oak Music Hall * 3/20 Dallas, TX – Bomb Factory * 3/22 Albuquerque, NM - Sunshine Theater * 3/23 Tempe, AZ - Innings Festival 3/24-25 Houston, TX – In Bloom Music Festival 3/26 Tulsa, OK - Cain's Ballroom * 3/27 Des Moines, IA - Hoyt Sherman * 3/29 Grand Rapids, MI – 20 Monroe Live * 3/30 Buffalo, NY - Town Ballroom * 3/31 North Adams, MA - MASS MoCA (SOLD OUT) * 4/2 Portland, ME - State Theatre * 4/3 Montreal, QC - Corona Theatre * 4/4 Providence, RI – The Strand * 4/6 Richmond, VA - The National * 4/7 Knoxville, TN - Mill + Mine * 5/27 London, UK - All Points East Festival 5/29 Istanbul, TU – Salon iKSV 6/1-3 New York, NY – The Governors Ball 6/7-10 Manchester, TN – Bonnaroo Music Festival 7/10 Los Angeles, CA – Greek Theatre 7/12 Berkeley, CA – Greek Theatre 7/13 Troutdale, OR – Edgefield Amphitheatre 7/14 Redmond, WA – Marymoor Amphitheater 7/16 Boise, ID – Knitting Factory Concert House 7/17 Ogden, UT – Ogden Amphitheatre 7/18 Morrison, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheatre 7/20 Minneapolis, MN – Surly Brewing Co. 7/21 Milwaukee, WI – The Pabst Theatre (SOLD OUT) 7/22 Milwaukee, WI – The Pabst Theatre 7/23 Chicago, IL – Riviera Theatre 7/26 Washington, DC – Anthem 7/27 Philadelphia, PA – XPoNential Fest % 7/28 Boston, MA – Blue Hills Bank Pavilion 7/30 Clifton Park, NY – Upstate Concert Hall 7/31 Toronto, ON – Danforth Music Hall 8/1 Toronto, ON – Danforth Music Hall 8/2 Burlington, VT – The Green at Shelburne Museum * w/ Suzi Analogue % w/ David Byrne Tickets available at http://www.sylvanesso.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ CREDITS Produced by Kobamm Productions (www.Kobamm.com) and Meow Wolf (www.meowwolf.com) Directed by Dan Huiting (www.danhuiting.com) Director of Photography - Kron First AD – Austin Ross Edited by Dan Huiting Color by Dave Sweet – (www.PixelFarm.com) Produced by Alexander Kohnstamm Production Manager – Alexandra Renzo Second AD – Denise Harkins Choreographer - John Mark (www.johnmarkcreative.com) Dancers Imeh McIvers Laura Osterhaus Amadi Oubuchin Darnell Thomas Spencer Brewster Toll Kellie Walsh Cowboys Argos MacCallum Carlos Medina Hania Stocker Crew First Assistant Camera – Meghan Noce Second Assistant Camera – Jasmin Harvey Second Unit Director of Photography – James Kwan Second Unit First Assistant Camera – Em Gonzales Second Unit Second Assistant Camera – Wade Wojick DIT and BTS Video – Amy West Art Director – Golda Blaise Set Dresser – Addie Backus-Pace Gaffer – Theo Bott Key Grip – Will Mim Mack Lighting Technician – MacKenzie O’Neil Crane Operator – Ricardo Cintron Dolly Grip – Dwight Dollans Best Boy Electric – Tom Fairfield Wardrobe Stylist – Golda Blaise Wardrobe Assistant – Amanda Schwarzrock Lead Hair and Make Up Artist – Jacqueline Chavez Hair and Make Up Artist - Emma Buerkle Hair and Make Up Artist – Jessica Ortiz Hair and Make Up Artist – Juliette Peralta Hair and Make Up Artist – Miki Sautbine Locations Manager – Mickey Browne Weapons Master - Michael McCormick Armorer - Sean McCormick BTS Photographer – Lindsey Kennedy Office Production Assistant – Jordan Herron Set Production Assistants – Isabel Zermani, Serafina Gluck Catering by Quintana’s Kitchen Filmed on Location in the State of New Mexico #NMFILM
One of Esso's classic Car-tunes, never before revived until now! Directed by Ralph Ayres at David Hand's Gaumont British Animation, and sung by the Radio Revellers.
Sylvan Esso - Play It Right From the album Sylvan Esso - OUT NOW Purchase from iTunes: http://smarturl.it/SylvanEsso.iTunes Follow on Spotify: http://ptsnre.co/SESpotify Directed by Remedy & Sylvan Esso Shot and edited by Remedy Produced by Martin Anderson and Will Hackney Lights by Nicholas Sanborn Styled by Dear Hearts Additional lighting by Matt Moore http://www.sylvanesso.com http://www.facebook.com/SylvanEsso http://www.twitter.com/sylvanesso