The Kitchen will welcome back Cinema 16 for a new program pairing experimental films with an original score written and played live by Simone and Amedeo Pace of the beloved New York-based band Blonde Redhead, May The films in this program address issues of legacy, lifespan, and decay-both materially and conceptually. Cinema 16 was founded and is curated by Molly Surno.
Released on April 10,it debuted on the U. Billboard at number 63selling roughly 11, copies in its first week. In a press release accompanying the album, the band members acknowledged their goals to be more spontaneous in their song—writing, to aim for simplicity and clarity, and to create additional tensions.
Miranda July is a filmmaker, artist, and writer. Her most recent book is The First Bad Man, a novel. Most recently she made an interfaith charity shop in Selfridges department store in London, presented by Artangel. She is currently working on a new feature film.
And the descriptive words still fit, even though the new record feels a bit softer - without being soft at all. It's been almost 4 years since their last album, Melody Of Certain Damaged Lemonsand it's taken almost a year since the recordings for this one to hit the streets. For the third time Fugazi's Guy Picciotto besat the producer's chair.
Lucille Ball is perhaps the most famous redhead there is, though her hair didn't always have that firey hue. Her hair apparently got its color from a henna dye, which was a closely guarded Hollywood secret — so closely guarded, in fact, that according to Huffington Postthe dye was kept under lock and key. It may seem like Emma Stone and red hair go hand-in-hand, but she's actually a natural blonde.
The epitome of mythical, mysterious, magical, Blonde Redhead are back with their seventh album "23" and played Koko this week at the end of a UK tour before jetting off to perform in Europe, Israel, Australia, Japan and the US. The subdued lighting, ornate backdrop and intimacy of Koko suited them perfectly, the venue packing their hordes of worshipping fans together tightly. The set kicked off with "Dr Strangelove", a track from the new album, and was filled mostly with new tunes aside from a short interlude containing songs from last album "Misery Is A Butterfly", amply rewarded by excited screams from the crowd. Blonde Redhead are an exciting proposition on record, all thudding, scudding beats, plinky plonky clavinet and techno freakery draped with the almost suffocating sweetness of Kazu Makino's silken tones and sliced in two by Amedeo Pace's rusty dagger of a voice.