The City Paper has featured some artists circling the Ehse ring in their Big Baltimore Playlist. The playlist includes Ehse friends Horse Lords, Andrew Bernstein, Mole Suit Choir, Bobby Donnie, Marcel Du Swamp, and This World Sucks. Check out some unreleased material from Baltimore’s best and brightest!
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April 17th - Philadelphia, PA @ Heaven’s Gate
April 18th - Brooklyn, NY @ Fitness Gallery
April 19th - Upstate, NY @ Bard College
April 20th - Northampton, MA @ Up in Smoke Fest
April 21st - Providence, RI @ TBA
April 22nd - Boston, MA @ Deep Thoughts Record Shop
April 23rd - Montreal, QC @ TBA
April 24th - Toronto, ON @ TBA
April 26th - Detroit, MI @ TBA
April 27th - Chicago, IL @ TBA
April 28th - Cleveland, OH @ TBA
April 29th - Oberlin Ohio @ Oberlin College
April 30th - Pittsburgh, PA @ TBA
May 1st - Frostburg, MD @ Frostburg State University Frat House
May 2nd - Baltimore, MD @ TBA
Impose magazine posted some great photos from the Horse Lords + Matmos tour wrap-up in Baltimore at the 14k Cabaret. Check them out here!
As the Horse Lords + Matmos US tour wraps up, positive reviews begin to roll in. The L.A. Times music blog Pop and Hiss referred to the performance at the Masonic Cemetery as “stunning.”
Likewise, The L.A. based music/travel blog Restless Cities said that Horse Lords’ music “would be problematic if not done with skill,” adding that there was “just the right amount of cowbell.”
Horse Lords and Matmos return home to Baltimore with a show at the 14K Cabaret on Tuesday.
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Check out some excellent footage of Ehse On Ice! Ehse friend Tiffany Seal grabbed some video right after Lexie Mountain Boys’ set with DJ Asa Osbourne spinning audio in the background. Additionally, thanks to performers Ed Shrader’s Music Beat and Marcel du Swamp, and everyone who came out to enjoy the ice.
Horse Lords received acclaim from the Chicago Reader this week in preparation for their upcoming tour with Matmos. The Reader says that “[Horse Lords'] music comes together so organically that it transcends expectations.”
Check out the review in its entirety here!
The Horse Lords/Matmos tour kicks off this week with a show at Le Poisson Rouge in New York City. View the dates here!
English reviewer Terrascope calls Leo Svirsky’s Songs in the Key of Survival “a thoughtful and engaging collection that needs attention,” adding “this is an album for people seeking a deeper musical experience.”
Horse Lords received equal props from Terrascope — “The more you play this the better it becomes, even more so with lights out and headphones on, strap-in and have fun.”
Full reviews from Terrascope here!
Secret Secrets will be featured on an upcoming compilation entitled MUU FOR EARS 11. The MUU Artists Association is an artist run, Finnish interdisciplinary artist association, founded in 1987 to represent and promote new and experimental forms of art. Check out Secret Secrets’ previous releases here.
For more on MUU click here.
Leo Svirsky has received acclaim from a few reviewers in the past couple of weeks. Dusted Magazine’s Still Single blog refers to Songs in the Key of Survival as “unafraid.”
All About Jazz took on the album as well, referring to it as “earnest and unaffected.” Mark Corroto goes on to describe Songs in the Key of Survival as “both meditative and enlightening.”
Brian Olewnick of the Just Outside blog (and Keith Rowe biographer) calls the album “a very enjoyable recording, ably achieving its goal of political art-song, no mean feat, and offering a complicated, unique voice besides.”