Articles tagged small black

“The Closer I Look”: A Conversation with Small Black

Recovering from a devastating loss at the hands of Hurricane Sandy, Small Black's Josh Kolenik crafted not only his best record, but also one inspired by his loss, his affinity for Blue Nile records, and, of course, '70s American cinema.

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26 Jun 2013 // 10:02 PM

Small Black: Limits of Desire

Much on Limits of Desire, the sophomore LP by Brooklyn indie outfit Small Black, demonstrates the band's adept handling of the pop hook, but the preeminence of mood here drowns out what could have been some more immediate songs.

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Small Black’s ‘Limits of Desire’ + Bottleneck ‘I Love You Man’ Exhibits

Organized around an art exhibit the band curated, Small Black performed an intimate show to preview their new album Limits of Desire. Around the corner, the Bottleneck Gallery had an opening night reception as well.

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Various Artists: F*>k Dance Let’s Art; Sounds from a New American Underground

!K7 Records tries to make sense of chillwave, witch house, Animal Collective, and other neo-electronic non-dance artists.

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26 Oct 2010 // 9:00 PM

Small Black: New Chain

Small Black blends elements of shoe gaze and New Wave revivalism to often remarkable results, but sometimes get carried away by chill-wave atmospherics.

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SXSW 2010: But Can It Be Monetized?

After five days of sun, beer, panel discussions and performances from sun up 'til sun up, what have we learned? Brand yourself, exploit social media, and make some music once in a while.

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Washed Out + Small Black: 11.Mar.10 - Washington D.C.

Performing as Washed Out, Ernest Greene should have incorporated something, anything to accompany his hazey electro beats. When he finally did his show felt complete.

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//Mixed media

Because Blood Is Drama: Considering Carnage in Video Games and Other Media

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to dismiss blood and violence as salacious without considering why it is there, what its context is, and what it might communicate.

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