Come see the Pops in the grand East Village hipster tradition at the HOWL! Festival
We take the Kid’s Stage in Tompkins Square Park (10th Street & Avenue A) at 4PM this Saturday.
See http://www.howlfestival.com/festival/calendar/ for more events.
Catch our very own Conductor Tom Goodkind on Marfa Public Radio’s Talk at Ten this Tuesday, May 7, at 11:00am Eastern.
The Pops will be barnstorming the Church Street School every evening from April 15 to April 19 at 7pm to celebrate their 10th anniversary season. Come listen to the tunes from their upcoming album, including works by Charles Ives and Philip Glass.
We’re also featured in the Broadsheet Daily!
The Tribattery Pops announce their 2013 World Tour, starting as usual with the downtown Little League opening day parade. Downtown Express got a teaser on the show and our upcoming album featuring music by Philip Glass:
“[Glass has] given his blessing to Concerto for Saxophone Quartet and Orchestra being the featured song in next year’s Downtown Little League’s Opening Day parade.
‘They said they would be very interested to see what we do with it,’ Goodkind said. ‘The Little Leaguers are going to march to post-modernist music.’”
(Downtown Express, 26-Dec-2012)
For a limited time, the TriBattery Pops offer a free download of their new album, Dark: http://www.tribatterypops.com/portfolio/dark/
Get our hot new single while you can still be an early adopter. We’re going strong on CMJ!
Our former drummer and friend Steve Russo passed away this week after a long battle with cancer. An amazing musician and artist, and a Pop for many years, Steve was a real hipster who understood and guided us. We have lost a dear friend and band member.
Steve, we will miss you!
Join the Pops and the original hipsters for HOWL! Festival at Tompkins Square Park.
When: Saturday, June 2nd, 2:30pm
Where: Tompkins Square Park, Avenue A & St. Marks Place