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Best of 2016

December 26th, 2016

Friends
It’s been awhile since the Supacomp days, but this year deserves a music compilation for your ears.
and Spotify has made the editing and curating process much easier.
So here are my picks for 2016. (and some late 2015 entries)

https://open.spotify.com/user/doublehalo/playlist/6QpO4atqVoHd2AgcAlQsyf

Over 100 tasty tunes to keep you busy.
Hopefully it’ll bring back some good memories and point you to some new tunes to check out.

My picks for album of the year are out on a limb,
but it’s gotta be the Coathangers with Nosebleed Weekend, which also
gave me one of the best live concerts of the year.

Other top albums were
Frightened Rabbits: Painting of a Panic Attack
Angel Olsen: My Woman
Mitski: Puberty 2
Operators: Blue Wave

and have you listened to the new Monkees?? It’s a gem.

until next time.

Concert List

June 12th, 2015

Current concert list LINK HERE

CMJ 2012

October 16th, 2012

my scheduled chaos here.
http://doublehalo.com/music/cmj2012.html

doublehalo will be taking a break

January 1st, 2012

no postings for the time being.

Vinicius Cantuária & Bill Frisell @ Le Poisson Rouge

February 19th, 2011

Vinicius Cantuária was born in Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil, then moved to Rio with his family at age 7. As a musician he connects several zones of Brazilian music. He is sometimes labeled as a ‘post-electronic acoustic’ and typically included songs by Jobim and Gilberto Gil. I got introduced to him when he was collaborating with Arto Lindsey while working at the Knitting Factory and I was fascinated with his experimentation and fusion of many genres of music. Tonight he teams up with avant-roots guitarist Bill Frisell to play selection from their new Lágrimas Mexicanas. Cantuária’s new album was inspired by the scenes outside his brooklyn apartment on 7th Ave. He blends bluegrass to boss nova with elements of pop. The collaboration between the two was delightful as they played off each other’s notes and melodies rising slowly and inviting you into the larger compassion.

http://www.vinicius.com/