Other Articles by Lara Longo

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MUSIC

 » Kickstart My Art - Will fan-financed funding change the music industry? As more than a few artists have shown, thanks social-networking-styled venture capitalist schemes, both self-contained and through third party groups like the site Kickstarter, it is a real possibility.
[01.29.2010 by Lara Longo]

FESTIVALS

 » 2009 Jelly Pool Party #7 - Schools may already be ringing in the fall session, but it is still hot and sweaty in New York. For week seven of their free summer concert series at East River State Park in Brooklyn, JellyNYC brought in some talent from Steel City USA.
[08.25.2009 by Lara Longo]

FESTIVALS

 » All Points West 2009 - Like most festivals, the tickets for this East Coast beheamoth make 'Rain or Shine' claims. With the New York area in the throws of a wet and wild summer, APW's boasts were put to the test over the weekend. Continuing her domination of tri-state event reporting, Lara Longo was there to cover three days of mud, music, and marketing.
[08.03.2009 by Lara Longo]

FESTIVALS

 » 2009 Jelly Pool Party #3 - With more tattoos and horn-rimmed glasses per square inch than a Class of 1959 Reunion, the Jelly concert at East River State Park in Williamsburg is the place to be on a Sunday in Brooklyn. Week two featured Crystal Antlers, Magnolia Electric Co, and Dirty Projectors. Week three was slated for HEALTH, Black Lips, and Trail of Dead.
[07.29.2009 by Lara Longo]

FESTIVALS

 » 2009 Jelly Pool Party #2 - Having begun hosting free music shows three summers ago "in what was once the largest functioning swimming pool in North America," for 2009 the NYC tastemakers Jelly have moved their hipster magnet operation to the riverfront in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Week two featured Crystal Antlers, Magnolia Electric Co, and Dirty Projectors.
[07.27.2009 by Lara Longo]

MUSIC

 » Faunts - Touted as "a fluidic expression of Faunts' painstaking attention to instrumentation and arrangement" this Canadian quintet's new album, Feel.Love.Thinking.Of., captures the zeitgeist of 80's new wave and giving it a gloss fit for 2009.
[02.16.2009 by Lara Longo]

MUSIC

 » Theresa Andersson: Live - Performing at The Living Room in New York as part of the CMJ Music Festival, last week the Swedish-born, New Orleans-transplanted multi-instrumentalist delivered her one-woman orchestrations in an almost-dance of pedal stomping, instrument switching, and percussion cueing.
[10.28.2008 by Lara Longo]
Reviews
»Exodus of the Eldest
Aldenbarton
self-released
»Canopy Glow
Anathallo
Anticon
»Crazy for You
Best Coast
Mexican Summer
»Broken Bells
Broken Bells
Sony
»My Maudlin Career
Camera Obscura
4AD
»In Ear Park
Department of Eagles
4AD
»Feel.Love.Thinking.Of.
Faunts
Friendly Fire
»Plays to Please
Final Fantasy
Slender Means Society
»Face Control
Handsome Furs
Sub Pop
»XOXO, Panda and the New Kid Revival
Her Space Holiday
Mush
»Around the Well
Iron and Wine
Sub Pop
»Acid Tongue
Jenny Lewis
Warner Bros.
»Your Anchor
Lackthereof
Barsuk
»Don't Worry
Math the Band
Slanty Shanty
»The Red River
Micah Blue Smaldone
Immune
»Strange Symmetry
Past Lives
Suicide Squeeze
»All is Golden
Pronto
Contraphonic
»Alpinisms
School of Seven Bells
Ghostly International
»The Bronx III
The Bronx
White Drugs
»The Life of the World to Come
The Mountain Goats
4AD
»The Pains of Being Pure at Heart
The Pains of Being Pure at Heart
Slumberland
»Car Alarm
The Sea and Cake
Thrill Jockey
»Contra
Vampire Weekend
XL
»Everything Goes Wrong
Vivian Girls
In the Red
»Wavvves
Wavves
Fat Possum
»Welcome to the Night Sky
Wintersleep
Labwork