Black on the Canvas -Music and Culture Blog http://blackonthecanvas.com Wed, 16 Aug 2017 18:56:16 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.4.10 NIGHT OUT: Bottler in Crown Heights http://blackonthecanvas.com/2017/08/16/night-bottler-crown-heights/ http://blackonthecanvas.com/2017/08/16/night-bottler-crown-heights/#respond Wed, 16 Aug 2017 18:56:16 +0000 http://blackonthecanvas.com/?p=11827 Bottler in Crown Heights New York City’s electronic pop duo, Bottler, takes BoC around to their favorite spots in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Photographs by Rick Perez Restaurant and Bar, Catfish Franklin Park

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Bottler in Crown Heights

New York City’s electronic pop duo, Bottler, takes BoC around to their favorite spots in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.

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PHOTOS: The Midnight Hollow, Titanics, Humble Braggers, and Bottler at Union Pool http://blackonthecanvas.com/2017/08/14/photos-midnight-hollow-titanics-humble-braggers-bottler-union-pool/ http://blackonthecanvas.com/2017/08/14/photos-midnight-hollow-titanics-humble-braggers-bottler-union-pool/#respond Mon, 14 Aug 2017 14:18:23 +0000 http://blackonthecanvas.com/?p=11744 The Midnight Hollow, Titanics, Humble Braggers, and Bottler at Union Pool Photographs by Rick Perez Brooklyn, New York Bottler Humble Braggers Titanics The Midnight Hollow      

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The Midnight Hollow, Titanics, Humble Braggers, and Bottler at Union Pool

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PHOTOS: Future Generations at The Knitting Factory http://blackonthecanvas.com/2017/08/09/photos-future-generations-knitting-factory/ http://blackonthecanvas.com/2017/08/09/photos-future-generations-knitting-factory/#respond Wed, 09 Aug 2017 22:52:24 +0000 http://blackonthecanvas.com/?p=11683 Future Generations at The Knitting Factory Photographs by Rick Perez Brooklyn, New York

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Future Generations at The Knitting Factory

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Getting to Know The Boobies http://blackonthecanvas.com/2017/08/07/getting-know-boobies/ http://blackonthecanvas.com/2017/08/07/getting-know-boobies/#respond Mon, 07 Aug 2017 15:04:36 +0000 http://blackonthecanvas.com/?p=11655 Getting to Know The Boobies Brooklyn rock n roll band, The Boobies, gave BoC an insight of it’s individual members before their show at Baby’s All Right.  Written and photographed by Rick Perez. Brooklyn, New York Who are The Boobies and what is your music all about?  Andrew- Drummer Josh- Lead singer and guitarist Monk- […]

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Getting to Know The Boobies

Brooklyn rock n roll band, The Boobies, gave BoC an insight of it’s individual members before their show at Baby’s All Right.  Written and photographed by Rick Perez.

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Who are The Boobies and what is your music all about? 

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Josh- Lead singer and guitarist

Monk- Lead guitarist and singer

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We’re about making wild rock n roll.  We believe that when you go to a show you want to see a show.  Equal parts good music, equal parts showman ship [Josh]

Which Boobie would most likely get arrested?

Monk, he’s already been arrested [Andrew]

It was mistaken identify.  The cops thought I was somebody who had been punching people out and robbing them in front of the grocery store by my house.  They put me on the ground and arrested me, pulled a gun out and everything….later they (the cops) showed me a picture of the guy and he looked like me.  I’m not even mad about them for that [Monk].

Who is the quietest Boobie? 

Jesse

Which Boobie drives the most while on tour?

Andrew

Which Boobie would win dancing with the stars?

Josh

Who is the craziest Boobie?

Jesse

The quietest ones are the craziest ones [Josh].

Which Boobie is the best cook?

We all cook; we’ll get back to you

Who is the best dressed Boobie?

Josh

Which Boobie would win at Jeopordy?

Andrew

Who would win at a freestyle battle?

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Interview with Alan Longo http://blackonthecanvas.com/2017/08/02/interview-alan-longo/ http://blackonthecanvas.com/2017/08/02/interview-alan-longo/#respond Wed, 02 Aug 2017 19:48:09 +0000 http://blackonthecanvas.com/?p=11650 Interview with Alan Longo Written by Amanda Poznyakov   Make room in your Spotify playlist for this new up and coming verified artist, (who let me tell you, is climbing the ladder pretty fast) Alan Longo. The 20 year old singer has given his life to his music, and I mean that in the most […]

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Interview with Alan Longo

Written by Amanda Poznyakov

 

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Make room in your Spotify playlist for this new up and coming verified artist, (who let me tell you, is climbing the ladder pretty fast) Alan Longo. The 20 year old singer has given his life to his music, and I mean that in the most literal way. Alan takes every inch of what goes on in his life into his songs which gives listeners a chance to relate to what he’s going through, while being able to sing along. From his music being used by YouTubers with over 8,000,000 subscribers to now having his music signed by SONY, Alan is taking the music world by storm. Fortunately, I got to interview Alan coincidently the day he was signed. Alan talks about his music, how he started out, and his influences throughout his career.

How did you start out in music?

“Well, freshman year I wanted to be a rapper and I told my dad to buy me a microphone. He bought me one and then built me a little studio, like a little booth. And as time went on we built this.”

This: the room where I interviewed Alan which has all of his musical accomplishments, computers where he makes mixes, and of course, some sick strobe lights to go with the musical feel.

“I was a rapper, so I made a couple of tracks with my high pitched voice.”

So, you’ve always wanted to make music?

“Yup, I’ve always wanted to be a music producer. Just producing music for myself, or whoever.”

If Music didn’t work out, what do you think you would have ended up doing?

“Uhh, I don’t know. It’s kind of like I needed to make this work because I’m not trying to do anything else. I’m just trying to be an artist, or a music producer, or a recording engineer.”

How would you describe the music that you make?

“My music is…different. It’s kind of like, R&B, POP, and house music. It’s kind of different. That’s how I would describe it.”

What artists have inspired you during your music career?

“I like Eminem, he inspires me. I like John Bellion, Bieber. I like John Bellion a lot because he does everything by himself, like I do. He produces his own beats, engineers himself. I like him the best.”

What influences you when you write your music?

“Just like, my past experiences and everything that I’ve been through. I like to get drunk and high and write music. Listen to some beats, make my own beats, just let it flow out.”

How do you think your music is different from other artists?

“Well, everyone is trying to be a rapper and everyone is trying to follow a wave. Like ruble rapping or trapping. I’m trying to stay more true to myself. I try to do like pop music and R&B type things. Going back to the question that you asked me before. I’m actually influenced by Chris Brown, I like him a lot. If I’m trying to be like somebody I am definitely trying to be like Chris Brown.”

How do you think that you’ve grown from starting music in 9th grade to now?

“I started off trying to be a rapper. I wanted to spit bars and be a rapper. And then, I got into producing music. I made my first beat on protools. It was back but I started learning how to produce. Then I wanted to actually make music for myself and sing and not rap. So I was like, I might as well get in the booth and just sing and not rap so that is what I did. I just got into the booth one day and just sang a song. I made ‘They’ll Never Know’ on my first album. That was my first song I ever made professionally.”

What’s your favorite song that you’ve written?

“Definitely this new track that’s getting signed by SONY called ‘Too Much’.”

Where do you see yourself in five years? What do you think the future holds for you?

“The future hold a nice Lamborghini waiting for me. A big house. But more of having financial freedom. Making sure my parents and my sister are alright.”

If you could tour with anyone who was dead or alive, who would you tour with?

“Chris Brown.”

Where is your dream place to tour?

“Dubai. It’s fancy, everyone is rich and drive Lamborghinis. People got Lamborghinis out there like we got Toyotas. We gotta go out to Dubai.”

From a small town in Jersey, to one day being able to tour Dubai, Alan Longo is someone who’s name is spreading around pretty quickly. Being a kid who dropped out of High School sophomore year, he got an internship at a music studio quickly after. After about a year, that studio got shut down  and Alan went to an audio engineering school. At 17, he got his GED and his audio engineering certificate. He’s been making music ever since. Alan is a key example that following your dreams at a young age, can be super beneficial to achieving them. Listeners can find Alan’s music on Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Amazon, etc. Oh, and don’t forget that Alan’s new single “Too Much” comes out August 4th! Stay tuned for more music releases and tour dates!

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Interview with Bison http://blackonthecanvas.com/2017/07/28/interview-with-bison/ http://blackonthecanvas.com/2017/07/28/interview-with-bison/#respond Fri, 28 Jul 2017 20:25:09 +0000 http://blackonthecanvas.com/?p=11644 Interview with Bison Written by Emmy Clinch Photograph by Montgomery Sheridan And they were there, before everyone else. Before the Euro trash. Before the farmers, the hunters, the peasants, the noblemen. Before the steel. Before the disease. Before the east indians. Maybe even before the west indians. Before the vikings. Before the forests were taken. […]

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Interview with Bison

Written by Emmy Clinch

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And they were there, before everyone else. Before the Euro trash. Before the farmers, the hunters, the peasants, the noblemen. Before the steel. Before the disease. Before the east indians. Maybe even before the west indians. Before the vikings. Before the forests were taken. Before the folly of man. They were everywhere. In the woods, the mountains, the prairies, the rivers, the swamps, the caves, the clouds, the geysers, and yes, the moon. They were there, before everyone else. And they were Bison

Emily: How did Bison get started?

KC – At college we first started playing when Charlie and I met in a music class, I went home for a semester and turns out we both grew up pretty nearby each other in New Jersey.  We played some music at home and decided we wanted to try and start something.  A few months later Charlie invited Fabian to come play with us one day and we started writing songs from there.

 

Emily- How did you come up with the name Bison?

 Charlie – We came up with the name Bison after I read a book about the natural history of North America.  One chapter of the book was about the bison and how they used to inhabit the entire continent before european colonization.  We were inspired by this story because of the extreme change in the animals population due to the introduction of modern humanity and their influence on natural systems.  It was such a powerful story that we decided that using the name Bison would help create a legacy for the animal and its origin on this continent.

 

Emily- Did you guys come from musical households growing up?

 KC – I don’t think any one of our families were particularly musical, but we all took an interest at a young age when different relatives or friends introduced us to knew music, and we decided we wanted to do that and play music.

 

Emily- How has the Burlington Music scene helped develop your sound?

KC – Being exposed to so many different types of music is a great thing about the burlington music scene, and you never know what inspiration might strike. The best part about the Burlington scene is how supportive it is. It is easy to find people here who like what you are doing and support your own work.

 

Emily- What advice would you give to up and coming Nomadic Disco Punk bands?

Fabian – Just send it.

 

Emily- What is your creative process like while creating songs?

KC – Our writing process is entirely collaborative. One person might get an idea of a little melody or phrase, and then we just sit together at practice and keep playing it over and over changing parts or things until we have a final product we’re happy with, sometimes it takes an hour, sometimes it takes a year.

 

Emily- What do you do to stay creative?

 Charlie – We’re always listening to and going to see new music. We’re also all involved in various other projects, so playing with different musicians also gives us a fresh perspective on things to bring back to Bison.

 

Emily- I hear that you guys played your first set at the Waking Windows festival this year! How was it?

Fabian – We actually played Waking Windows last year too! This year was awesome though, there was a great crowd and we had a lot of fun.

 

Emily- Now that all of you have graduated, do you have any specific future plans for Bison?

We’re going to keep writing music and playing shows.  Focus on making our sound more and more cohesive and creating the textures we want to hear! Recorded at The Gnomehaus

Recording engineers: Walker Allen and Tim Woos

Mixing engineer: Tim Woos

Assistant mixing engineers: Dan Rome & Calvin Lane

Mastered by Rob O’Dea at the Tank Studio

 

Emily- How does your new album differ from your older music?

Charlie – Our new record is a clear progression from our first EP.  Certainly continuing the sound that we like and call our own.  We feel that this record reflects what we have done with our songwriting and where it is going as well.  We hope that people who know our first EP can appreciate that progression and that anyone who hears our music for the first time finds their own connection to it.

 

Emily- I have heard that you guys have a new tour coming up! Where do you plan on going? Will you be touring with any other bands?

 Charlie – We’ll be touring with our Soul Wave brother Guthrie Galileo, and we’ll be heading around the East Coast from New York to Portland with three to four stops along the way.

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Scenes from the Underground: LT Headtrip Album Release Show Feat. the Karma Kids http://blackonthecanvas.com/2017/07/21/scenes-underground-lt-headtrip-album-release-show-feat-karma-kids/ http://blackonthecanvas.com/2017/07/21/scenes-underground-lt-headtrip-album-release-show-feat-karma-kids/#respond Fri, 21 Jul 2017 03:18:18 +0000 http://blackonthecanvas.com/?p=11608  LT Headtrip Album Release Show Feat. the Karma Kids Photographs by Rick Perez Brooklyn, New York The Karma Kids LT Headtrip

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 LT Headtrip Album Release Show Feat. the Karma Kids

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Interview with CFM http://blackonthecanvas.com/2017/07/13/interview-with-cfm/ Thu, 13 Jul 2017 20:25:50 +0000 http://blackonthecanvas.com/?p=11599 Interview with CFM Written by Amanda Poznyakov Have you ever met an artist who believes in what he creates? With his new album, Dichotomy Desaturated, Charles Moothart, also known as CFM, gives music lovers a chance to feel when they listen. The California based artist grew up around music, which shows his passion in the lyrics […]

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Interview with CFM

Written by Amanda Poznyakov

Have you ever met an artist who believes in what he creates? With his new album, Dichotomy Desaturated, Charles Moothart, also known as CFM, gives music lovers a chance to feel when they listen. The California based artist grew up around music, which shows his passion in the lyrics he writes. I was able to talk to Charles about his new album, current tour, and the impact his music is leaving on the world.

How would you describe the type of music you write?

That’s hard. The easiest umbrella is rock and roll. I kind of think of it as a lot of things I like and listen to which fall into that category.

What have been your best experiences on tour so far?

With this band, everything is a new experiment and everything is positive. We’re just trying to figure out what we’re doing and figuring out relationships, new songs, different cities, and that is the most exciting part of it. We’re growing and changing. It’s just a whole new experiment, everything that we’re doing. We’re all lucky enough to be traveling and just playing music.

While being on tour, what makes you feel at home?

Just small different weird things. Just having my morning rituals, like being able to have a cup of coffee and a cigarette. Maybe have a hangout and chill for a second, like collect my thoughts. I also really like driving a lot, so uh, I drive a lot of times. which is nice so you can get in your head and focus on what you’re doing but also where you’re going and what the next place is. Some people aren’t into that, so I feel lucky that I like that and it’s a big part of what we do.

What do you think your goals are for this tour?

I don’t know, I just want to continue to grow musically and just have a group of people get better at playing together, so we can kind of figure out our thing, ya know? Make something that feels unique and exciting. Just being able to spread the good word. That’s kind of all I hope for is to be a positive influence on my surroundings. But otherwise just grow stronger as a band and keep trying to keep it interesting.

So do you think that is your goal for after the tour as well, keep spreading your music and hopefully go on more tours?

I think that is generally my goal in life until being on tour is no longer an option. The goal will always be to be growing as a musician and shoving positive energy into the collective consciousness. I hope that never changes.

Is there any artist that when you listen to their music, you take something away from it?

I’m always interested in how everybody does things. That can be anyone from someone who is playing songs on the side of the street, something that jumps out at me and I’m like, “woah that sounds cool”. When you look at the lineages of music, everyone is influenced by everything. My thing about influences and that I have kind of realized that influences make way to the song that only the player or the songwriter would know. Sometimes you can say that “this is a song I wrote to sound like this” and someone would be like “oh what? that doesn’t sound anything like that.” Which is cool. You should take your own spin on it. Hopefully everybody takes things from everybody because we’re all creating and making music. No one should be just ripping people off. But the reality is, we’re all collectively putting out material into the world. You can’t pretend that that’s not a reality.

How did you come up with the name for your new album, Dichotomy Desaturated?

Esthetically I think both words represent a certain side of that record and what it all means. And they kind of have a similar emotional side. Dichotomy has to do with the dichotomies of everything around us. Whether it is  conversationally between two people, one word has two meanings. Dichotomy of people deal with whether it is social or political, the whole world is one. Desaturated is more of an ironic song about someone being in a grey scale mentality, not having choices of color. Just black, white, or in between. For me those two kind of just go together. That is the deeper meaning behind it but it’s also just two songs on the record and I think they sounded good together.

What was your inspiration for this album?

The main inspiration for the record was to just see how far songwriting can be pushed. The main inspiration was self criticism and self doubt. Hoping to break some barriers and kind of put everything out on the table. This is where artwork comes from today, trying to be as vulnerable as possible really which was the main inspiration.

How do you think this album is different from the music that you’ve written in the past?

Well it is more vulnerable. I think that music right now is in a very interesting phase. In a lot of ways it’s awesome and in a lot of ways it’s weird because these types of “garage rock”, or whatever you want to call it, it is oversaturated and totally insane. The main idea is to try to create something that is completely yourself and try to be vulnerable which is the biggest difference with anything I have ever been a part of.  Not to say that things i have been a part of before weren’t vulnerable or whatever but this is the most vulnerable I can be. I think that anybody around me and anybody that I respect or play music with can say the same. It’s all about saying that it’s not about what people should expect it’s doing what feels right and hopefully in the long run that is what is appreciated about it, but it’s also scary at the same time.

How would you personally define success in the music industry?

I don’t even know, honestly. I don’t think I can even define that, I think that luckily I am able to work with people where I have seen the side of all that. Luckily, most people I work with and anybody I know works with are completely outside of any “industry” vibe. I don’t even know what the music industry is at this point. I think that the idea of reaching some kind of success can only really be quantified by yourself and whether or not you are enjoying it. People quantify it in all these different ways and it’s hard to get into. It’s hard to not sound super judgmental but it’s totally a hard thing to even quantify and it has to be within yourself, whether you’re happy with where you are at and what you’re doing.

What can we expect from CFM in the future?

Hopefully some nasty ass shit. We’re gonna write another CFM record in the coming month and hopefully it’s just nasty. That’s all I can say, I don’t even know what to expect from myself from tomorrow.

 

CFM should be wrapping up the tour in the middle of July but that isn’t it! Expect to be hearing a lot more from Charles and the positivity that his music has on us!

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PHOTOS: Max Pain and the Groovies, Thelma and the Sleaze, Cuzins the Band, Grits, and No Swoon at The Gateway http://blackonthecanvas.com/2017/06/30/photos-max-pain-groovies-thelma-sleaze-cuzins-band-grits-no-swoon-gateway/ Fri, 30 Jun 2017 04:13:25 +0000 http://blackonthecanvas.com/?p=11496 Max Pain and the Groovies, Thelma and the Sleaze, Cuzins the Band, Grits, and No Swoon at The Gateway Photographs by Rick Perez Brooklyn, NY No Swoon Grits Cuzins the Band Thelma and the Sleaze Max Pain and the Groovies  

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Max Pain and the Groovies, Thelma and the Sleaze, Cuzins the Band, Grits, and No Swoon at The Gateway

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ROAD TRIP: Grim Streaker in Philadelphia http://blackonthecanvas.com/2017/06/09/road-trip-grim-streaker-philadelphia/ Fri, 09 Jun 2017 02:24:38 +0000 http://blackonthecanvas.com/?p=11444 Grim Streaker in Philadelphia Brooklyn’s Grim Streaker takes a trip to Philadelphia to hang with the members of Raccoon Fighter and play with Cold Fronts at PhilaMOCA Photographs by Rick Perez

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Grim Streaker in Philadelphia

Brooklyn’s Grim Streaker takes a trip to Philadelphia to hang with the members of Raccoon Fighter and play with Cold Fronts at PhilaMOCA

Photographs by Rick Perez

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