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Balthrop, Alabama’s ‘You’ve Gotta Be Gay’ video premiers on NPR’s All Songs Considered

Balthrop, Alabama’s new campy video for their song ‘You’ve Gotta Be Gay’ premiered on NPR’s All Songs Considered! Check it out and share with your friends!

Caithlin De Marrais Is a “MAGNET Favorite”

MAGNET announces Caithlin’s new album, posts the video for “Birds”, and admits she’s a favorite.

Aw, it’s nice to be loved. Thanks MAGNET!

Read it!

Brooklyn Vegan Announces Caithlin De Marrais and Owen Playing Shows Together

Caithlin and Polyvinyl recording artist Owen teaming up for shows!

Brooklyn Vegan has a really nice writeup about Caithlin’s upcoming Brooklyn live dates.

Fri Oct 21 CMJ showcase, BITCH Media Presents @ Littlefield
doors 8pm

Fri Dec 2 @ Glasslands with Owen!

Go to Brooklyn Vegan

Alternative Press Announces Caithlin De Marrais’ New Album

The folks at Alternative Press announce the release date for Caithlin’s new album, Red Coats. Available November 8th on End Up!

Also check out the first video for the song “Birds” while you’re there.

Read it! Watch it!

Saltlands Studio featured in WSJ

Our fave local studio Saltlands is featured in this great write-up in the Wall Street Journal. Photo by Natalie Keyssar for The Wall Street Journal.

Read it!

New Chris McFarland Video

Filmed right here in Brooklyn by Jeremy Mack (MackAttackFilms), featuring fellow End Up artist Kyle Fischer.

Balthrop, Alabama on NPR’s Song of the Day!

NPR’s Song of the Day features Subway Horns by Balthrop, Alabama.

Check it out!

Balthrop, Alabama songs featured in upcoming film

The Myth of the American Sleepover is an upcoming film from Roman Spring Pictures, directed by David Robert Mitchell. A few songs by Balthrop, Alabama are featured in the film, and in the trailer below:

The Myth of the American Sleepover will be making its premiere at the 2010 SXSW Film Festival this coming March. You can read more about the film at

Balthrop, Alabama will also be at SXSW this year. It’ll be our first time there — come say hi!

MMIX by Kyle Fischer & Seb Leon

Kyle Fischer & Seb Leon recently collaborated with the Association for Cultural Equity, fashion label Sportmax, and various End Up musician to create MMIX (2009). MMIX is a multi-speaker sound piece mixing Alan Lomax’s field recordings with End Up’s music. See below, as interpreted by choreographers Andrea Miller an Jodi  Melnick.

Check it:
Check it 2:

Here are two of my favorite speakers from the show.

We will be releasing the “MMIX ­ – Opus 1” record shortly. Stay tuned!

Spatial (yes spatial) thanks to Andrew Vladeck, Caithlin De Marrais, Josh Kaufman and Konrad Meissner.

New Drawing Video for Valentine’s Day!

In honor of the oncoming day of sweet manufactured love, Balthrop, Alabama’s Toxey Goodwater has made a little video Valentine. Check it out on YouTube (and pass it around to your Valentines!):

I Look at You by Balthrop, Alabama, drawn by Toxey

And come see A Very Balthrop Valentine’s Day at Joe’s Pub, Sunday, Feb 14 at 7:00.

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