The Babies to Perform Live on Death By Audio, Tuesday at 12pm ET
“The Babies will be live on Death By Audio, Tuesday at 12pm ET, with your host Edan Wilber. He’ll do a bit of interview chatting with ’em and then they’ll play live for you. Listen in!”
The Babies | ART on AIR
“On Tuesday, January 31st at 6pm, The Clocktower Gallery is proud to present The Babies, a country-pop project of members from Brooklyn lo-fi heroes Vivian Girls and Woods, as part of the Canyon Candy performance program. This event will be streamed live on our website at ARTonAIR.org.”
Read more: http://artonair.org/event/the-babies
Note from the “geeky” admin:
Here’s some steps for running the code on windows.
1. Install Ruby 1.9.3-p0 from “RubyInstaller for windows“, on your computer
2. Save THE FILE on your Desktop
3. Go to Start->Programs->Ruby 1.9.3-p0 and run Start command prompt with Ruby
4. Type in cd Desktop , hit Enter, and viviangirls1.rb then hit Enter. Enjoy.
“Hey! Welcome to my adventure game!
Have you always wanted to come on tour with Vivian Girls?
Now is your chance to see if you’ve got what it takes!
I coded it using Ruby, because I am trying to learn Ruby, and this is how I chose to practice my skills!
Directions for Mac OSX:
1. Download the file! Right click and save THIS FILE. Save it in your Downloads folder. Hit “enter”.
2. Open your Terminal application. (if you don’t know where this is, just do a search for “terminal”)
3. Go into your Downloads folder by typing “cd downloads”. Hit “enter”.
4. Type in “ruby viviangirls1.rb” (feel free to copy and paste that)
5. Enjoy! It should take you about 2 minutes to play.
Directions for PC:
I dont know.
Make sure you have Ruby on your computer, I guess.
I don’t even know what your version of Terminal is.
Is it called the command prompt?
I’m dumb. You are smart, figure it out.
If you want to learn Ruby, or any other languages, I really recommend Learn Code The Hard Way.”
first of all, i’d like to thank you for all your support. It really cheers me up and keep me motivated. (-:
So, back to the point, I’ve created a Twitter account so you can follow the blog updates. Spread the word.
Babies is the new band formed by Cassie Ramone of the Vivian Girls and Kevin Morby of Woods. The band’s sound however bears very little stylistic resemblance to either. Last night at Glasslands, the quartet performed a nine-song twenty-seven minute set of straightforward girl-boy vocal guitar rock with an electric stage energy sometimes not seen from their more sedate day job bands. The result was one of the more rambunctious crowds in the many times we have been to this Brooklyn art space venue. While the band’s MySpace page features the two recorded tracks from Babies thus far, last night’s set contained enough solid material for a full length album that we anticipate will see release this year.
We recorded this set from directly in front of the soundboard area and mixed two microphones with a two-channel feed from the board. The sound quality is excellent. Enjoy!
Read the article: http://www.nyctaper.com/?p=2264
Uploaded by https://www.youtube.com/user/kingofthecastle7
1. Get Lost
2. Slow Walking
3. Breakin’ The Law
4. See The Country
5. Run Me Over
6. Sick Kid / Wild 2
7. Here Come Trouble
9. Mess Me Around
10. All Things Come to Pass / Meet Me in the City
“We are playing shows for Kate Spade soon! NYC on Feb 10, Seattle on Feb 22, LA on March 2….will let you know more details soon…”
from Twitter // Vivian Girls
These concerts are hosted by the fashion company ‘Kate Spade’. The company is currently organizing a ‘Battle of the Bands’. The winning band will take the stage to open for female-fronted indie rockers Vivian Girls at a concert hosted by the fashion company.
La Sera – “Please Be My Third Eye”
(hardly art 2012)
Free MP3: http://www.hardlyart.com/mp3/LaSera_PleaseBeMyThirdEye.mp3
directed by: vice cooler // starring: andrea washington, kate dwyer, katy goodman, vice cooler // camera: who ate my teeth? // b roll: dalton blanco // edited by: vice cooler + dalton blanco // color correction: who ate my teeth? // dolly: christina escamilla // thanks to denver dome