Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Live From Nowhere Starts Off With a Performance from Bent Knee

Since I co-run a music blog, it's obvious I love music, especially discovering new artists. If you've been reading this blog with any regularity, you'll know that I particularly love the Boston music scene. My other huge obsession is discovering abandoned crap way out in the woods. Atlas Obscura has guided far too many weekends and day trips of mine.

Apparently I'm not the only one with these two obsessions. Live From Nowhere is a new video series where they take an artist and have them perform out in the middle of nowhere, usually at an abandoned site. So far we've been promised videos at an abandoned railroad tunnel, an abandoned state hospital, and an abandoned railroad bridge. They've just premiered their debut video which features experimental collective Bent Knee performing in the snow at an abandoned 17th century stone house. I had no idea I wanted this series until today.

You can watch Bent Knee's performance below. For more information on Live From Nowhere, "like" them on Facebook. Bent Knee have a new album coming on on Friday. You can find out more about them on their website.

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