As a celebration of DoNYC’s One Year Anniversary, they put together a solid night of music at Baby’s All Right this past Tuesday. The show featured a rock solid triple bill of Marnie Stern, Torres, and Porches.
Marnie Stern has released a new track for the Adult Swim Singles Series called “That Was It.” It’s a very Marnie Stern track featuring her soft vocals and eccentric guitar playing that has become her trademark. No one else does it quite like her.
Marnie Stern may be an artist that you either can or can’t get into. But no one can argue that she and her band aren’t a talented group. Her style of music isn’t for everyone. With that said, her live show does a good job of bringing her music to life, while also showing off her undeniable talent as a guitarist. She’s always fun to watch live, as you can always expect something funny and entertaining to come out of her mouth at some point during her set. Read the rest of this entry »
Marnie Stern’s music is not easy to describe. It’s a very unusual style. Her style of singing does match the nature of her tap-guitar playing and stop-pause rhythms. She is a lot of fun to watch because of this, and antics such pressuring her drummer to bear down to his boxers. Don’t think you will find any other female guitarist like her, and that makes a Marnie Stern show always worth a watch.
The Chronicles of Marnia’s first single “Year Of The Glad” is already available to listen. It’s a guitar jam with a unique range and temperature. Sounds like she spent some time hanging/listening to Deerhoof. But with that said, it’s also very Marnie Stern.
Caught Marnie Stern for the 2nd time during CMJ week at Brooklyn Bowl for Pitchfork’s #Offline. She sounded even better than she did at Stereogun’s Showcase, benefiting from a better sound system. I enjoyed it a lot more. She has some heavy riffs for a small blond girl.
By Will Oliver, November 4th 2010 — with 2 comments
Marnie Stern impressed me with a set full of quirk guitar rock. This girl knows how to rock. It was the first of two shows I caught from her this week. Gotta get around to listening to her new album already.
BMG Music Presents
Chapell is celebrating - having recently signed to Fieldhouse / BMG music. Debut album "The Redhead's Allegations" produced by Talking Heads' Jerry Harrison. Last NYC performance in 2016 prior to national tour with a huge iconic band (its still a secret) Come to Rockwood Music Hall on August 17 @8pm