Tagged: Midnight Masses

Midnight Masses, “Desperate Man” Live at The Levi’s® FADER Fort

After a month long residency at Brooklyn’s Union Pool in February, Midnight Masses brought their multi-drum lush rock down to Austin. They closed out our third day at the Levis® FADER Fort, which had a … read more »

POSTED May 26, 2010 3:28PM IN Levis Fader Fort Main Category, Levis-Watch TAGS: , ,

Video Exclusive: Midnight Masses' "Preacher's Son"/"Desperate Man"

The above video was directed by Annika Kurnick and is a centaurian combo clip split between “Preacher’s Son” and “Desperate Man.” The two songs can be found next to each other in order off Midnight … read more »

POSTED February 2, 2010 11:00AM IN THE TRIPWIRE TAGS:

Open Bar With Midnight Masses

We’ve spent a whole lot of time at Heathers this year, partly filming Open Bar but mostly just hanging out with our friends in what has come to feel like a way classier version of … read more »

POSTED December 18, 2009 10:30AM IN OPEN BAR Comments (1) TAGS: , ,

Premiere: Midnight Masses, “Walk On Water” MP3

While TV On The Radio remains on hiatus, its members stay fully busy. A couple days ago FADER TV talked to Kyp Malone about his Rain Machine solo project; last Saturday, Tunde Adebimpe hosted the … read more »

POSTED October 14, 2009 11:55AM IN MP3 / STREAMS TAGS: , ,

…And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead, The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart, Midnight Masses @ The Music Hall Of Williamsburg | Brooklyn

It was expected that this was going to be a loud raucous rock ‘n’ roll show, I mean all you have to say is …And You Will Know Us By The Trail of The Dead is playing and you know what you are in for. What I wasn’t expecting was that the opening band, Midnight Masses was going to blow them out of the water. read more »

POSTED March 5, 2009 6:05PM IN THE TRIPWIRE TAGS: , ,

Midnight Masses – "Heaven"

Take equal parts Autry Rene Fulbright (Dragons of Zynth) and equal parts Jason Reece (And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Dead), add in Miyui Furtago of Rogers Sisters, Destiny Montague of Shock Cinema, Santogold studio guitarist (per the press release, although recently debunked by Eric himself) Eric Rodgers and a pinch of Giselle Reiber, and you’ve got the haunting folk-rock sound of Brooklyn’s Midnight Masses. read more »

POSTED February 3, 2009 8:36PM IN THE TRIPWIRE Comments (2) TAGS: