Nuvo’s annual “Best of Indy” ballot is here. Please take the time to cast your vote for who, what, and where is the best in the city of Indianapolis. You should notice some familiar Audio Recon artists in the ‘Music and Nightlife’ section (i.e. Kate Lamont, Sarah Grain, Grumpy Old Men, and TJ Reynolds).
Indianapolis’ original genre blending band returns with an amazing new EP. Mab Lab’s New Year Revolution is officially available everywhere for instant aural gratification… go download it now!
from the mab lab camp:
Mab Lab will be entering the studio to record in late May 2010. the songs are selected pre-production is in the works and the lab will be in full effect going forward.
In the meantime you can get a little lab fix by checking out Kate’s new album “After the Traffic” available March 22nd on i-tunes/ amazon MP3/ Rhapsody etc.. And her release party is march 27th at the earth house. http://earthhousecollective.org You’ll be able to pick up a limited edition CD copy of “After the Traffic” at that show.
You can catch Mab Lab’s E. Brown April 3rd doing an experimental live PA/Dj set at the 2nd annual Blank Slate improv music festival which is also at the Earth House. 6-11 pm
You can rock with multi-instrumentalist Ande Shaul be checking out his band Picture Yes around Indianapolis.
And you can catch Dj Dicky Fox around the art scene or various DJ gigs around Nap.
We still have copies available of the new limited edition CD “New Year Revolution” holla!
as we roll into 2010 it looks like it will be quite the odessey of new music and collaboration.
- Jookabox Remix Project featuring Ligyro, Nomar Slevik, Amtrak, Id Obelus, Yeti-One, Brad Dujmovic, and Whois Louis
- New Release–s.a.i.n.t. RECON on the 26th
- Amtrak to perform at half-way to Forecastle Festival Show w/ Kid Sister and many more.
MAB LAB / Jookabox / Twin Monster LIVE at the Vogue on 2/5/09
Kate Lamont – “After the Traffic”
And there is a slew of artists with new projects in the works including MAb LAB, Whois Louis,Id Obelus, and e. Brown.
Kate Lamont, Mab Lab/Blueprintmusic vocalist
Versatile vocalist Kate Lamont describes her decade as one of “musical education and collaboration.” In 2001, she emerged as the silky-toned chanteuse of trip-hop act Mab Lab. In 2004, Lamont shifted gears to become the bracing voice of banjo-and-mandolin group Blueprintmusic. “I’ve floated through so many styles,” says Lamont, who also worked with the percussion-centric Undefeatable Beats. “Different ways of rehearsing and writing.”
Now: Lamont will issue her first solo album, “After the Traffic,” in 2010. She refers to the project as a minimalist collection of piano-based songs. “I’m excited to finally put together a show of stuff I came up with,” she says. A March 27 record-release event is planned at Earth House Collective, the Downtown activist haven where Lamont works as operations manager.
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”After the Traffic” coming March 2010 only on Audio Recon digital!!!! GO KATE!