Jack & Amanda Palmer with Thor & Friends
Saturday | July 23 | Doors at 7 PM
Join us on Saturday, July 23, for an evening with father-daughter power duo Jack & Amanda Palmer, supported by an opening performance by percussive polymath Thor Harris and his group Thor & Friends. Amanda & Jack Palmer will perform a set of covers from their carefully selected new release, You Got Me Singing.
BASILICA SOUNDSCAPE 2014 FULL LINEUP
Presented in association with Pitchfork and Leg Up Management
For the second year in a row, Basilica Hudson is working in collaboration with international music organizers and connoisseurs, Pitchfork’s Brandon Stosuy and Brian Deran of Leg Up Management to program Basilica SoundScape, a carefully curated weekend program featuing a wide range of music, visual art, and literature that aims for specific connections instead of “festival”-style overload.
THE 2014 LINEUP + SET TIMES
++Guest Performances at Bunnybrains: Examine Your Vitamins!
+++1AM AfterParty with Blazer SS and DJ 6e (Brian DeGraw from Gang Gang Dance) @ Half MoonSATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
5:30 Melissa Broder (Reading)
6:00 Emily Reo
6:40 Guardian Alien
7:30 Majical Cloudz
8:15 Mira Gonzalez (reading)
8:30 Mish Way (reading)
8:45 Meredith Graves (reading)
9:00 White Lung
+Special Artist Guest Sterling Ruby
++Guest Performances at Bunnybrains: Examine Your Vitamins!
+++1AM AfterParty with Soft Pink Truth and Rainbow in the Dark @ Half Moon
11AM-4PM Basilica Farm & Flea Presents: Sunday Brunch and Market PlaceART
Acclaimed visual artist Sterling Ruby will create large-scale quilt-like flags as backdrops for the main stage. These backdrops will be up for the entire weekend. Ruby’s flags are sewn together from black and blue bleached denim and dyed canvas in shades of acid orange, yellows, purples and reds.
NEW! SUNDAY BRUNCH + MARKET PLACE (FREE ENTRY, 11 AM – 4 PM)
Basilica Farm + Flea Presents: Mini Farm + Flea featuring Hudson River Exchange, Hudson Sloop Club, Good Fight Herb Company, and more.
Nicole LoBue / Alimentary Kitchen Brunch
Pop Up Shops Including: Bunnybrains Fire Sale + “Examine Your Vitamins!” featuring Gerard Malanga (The Factory), Thor Harris (Swans), Brian Degraw (Gang Gang Dance), Gold Dime with Andrya Ambro (Talk Normal), Ryan Trecartin, Lizzie Fitch, Jim Krewson, Vorhees (Dana Wachs), Representative I and more.
Spotty Dog Pop-Up Shop: A selection of brainy fiction and culture paperbacks curated by Hudson’s Spotty Dog Books and Ale.
Food: Alimentary Kitchen + Truck Food Court
Basilica seeks volunteers in exchange for a free weekend pass to this unforgettable event. If you wish to join our team please sign up!
The address of the Basilica Hudson is: 110 South Front Street, Hudson, NY 12534
Car Pooling is the most affordable way to get to Hudson, NY. It’s a 2 hour drive from NYC, and with 4-5 people to a car and one tank of gas, you are here cheap and fast! Don’t have a car? Sign up for Zip Car.
Train is the funnest way to travel to Hudson, NY. It’s 2 hours from Penn Station, train runs along the beautiful river, has a snack car, and the Basilica is conveniently located 400 feet south of the Hudson NY Amtrak station. However, the trains sell out quickly and get expensive as availability runs out, so you must book ASAP. Train tickets are 100% refundable, better to be safe than sorry – Book now!
Camping: for a full Upstate NY experience, we encourage the greenest and most affordable place to stay. NO CAR NEEDED! Camping Reservations are $30 per person per night ($55 weekend pass). Limited availability. The site is located at 1238 State Route 9H, Ghent NY 12075.
– Plenty of shade and big trees
– Restrooms & Showers on campground
– Includes scheduled shuttles to/from the venue
– Does not include tenting gear or adventurous spirit!
Alternate area camping:
Copake KOA: located at 2236 County Route 7, Copake, NY 12516
BASILICA SOUNDSCAPE LINE-UP ANNOUNCED
Weekend of Music + Art Sept. 12-13
SWANS | TIM HECKER | DEAFHEAVEN | JULIA HOLTER | RICHARD REED PARRY (ARCADE FIRE) | WHITE LUNG | PERFECT PUSSY | GAMELAN DHARMA SWARA | GUARDIAN ALIEN | GREG FOX | ENDLESS BOOGIE | EMILY REO | STERLING RUBY + MORE
Announcing extended line-up, with more to come, for Basilica SoundScape 2014 – a carefully curated two-day program on September 12th and 13th featuring a wide range of music, visual art, and literature that aims for specific connections and overlaps instead of “festival”-style overload.
Friday’s line-up programmed by Brian DeRan of Leg Up presents legendary New York psych band Endless Boogie, a performance from the Balinese ensemble Gamelan Dharma Swara playing in a traditional percussive orchestra, musician and sound artist Tim Hecker, the breezy and resonant Julia Holter, and a headlining set from Richard Reed Parry (multi-instrumentalist of Arcade Fire), who will perform material from his upcoming solo album, Music for Heart and Breath.
Saturday’s Show No Mercy-presented lineup features the previously announced experimental rock band Swans and Deafheaven (in both bands’ only area appearances!) and is rounded out by Vancouver-based punk group White Lung (as well as a reading by White Lung frontwoman Mish Way), a reading by Perfect Pussy frontwoman Meredith Graves, a set by music project Guardian Alien with additional solo sets by their drummer Greg Fox (also of Liturgy, Ben Frost, Dan Deacon, Zs,) and a set by nomadic dream-pop artist Emily Reo.
Acclaimed visual artist Sterling Ruby will create large-scale quilt-like flags as backdrops for the main stage. Ruby’s flags are sewn together from black and blue bleached denim and dyed canvas in shades of acid orange, yellows, purples and reds.
The weekend will also include visual arts, performance art, readings, farm to table food and more. These will all be announced soon. Closer to the event, Basilica SoundScape will provide information about camping, hotel and B&B housing.
We are thrilled that this year Basilica Soundscape will take place the same weekend as Groundswell, an afternoon exhibition event at the Olana State Historic Site, located just five minutes from Basilica Hudson. Produced by Wave Farm’s WGXC and The Olana Partnership, Groundswell (Saturday, September 13 from 2 – 6 p.m.) features site-specific performance and works by Kenseth Armstead, William Basinski, Steve Bull, Jane Carver, Ellen Driscoll, Michael Garofalo, Mckendree Key, Hélène Lesterlin, Jack Magai, Man Forever, Laura Ortman, Mau Schoettle, and Bryan Zimmerman set amongst the Hudson Valley’s most breathtaking and integral viewshed.
Image credits, top to bottom, left to right: Richard Reed Parry, Julia Holter by Rick Bahto, Swans by Fionn Reilly, Deafheaven by Tom Spray, Emily Reo, Meredith Graves of Perfect Pussy by Steven Spoerl.