From Hollywood Reporter: The trailer for “As You Are,” the acclaimed directorial debut by Albany Free School grad Miles Joris-Peyrafitte
From Chronogram: The Felice Brothers’ Long Path by Peter Aaron
From NYSMusic: Kersten Mason reviews the debut EP, By Design, from the Glens Falls band Red Shift.
From Billboard: Here’s one we didn’t see comin’. Colin Stutz reveals that homegrown heroes Phantogram are covering Phil Collins’ “Take Me Home,” on the upcoming compilation album, The Time Is Now, which also features the likes of Aloe Blacc, Lower Dens (who are playing LarkFest on Saturday), Brazilian Girls, Marian Hill (who are playing Lucky Strike Social on Monday, October 10) and more. Slated for release on October 7, a portion of proceeds will benefit the AIDS research foundation amfAR.
From Thinking It Through: Sara Foss unveils her list of “The Best Concerts This Fall”…
From The Times Union: PHOTOS: Local Bands We Miss
From YouTube: A new music video from Duran Duran? Really? Yup. “Last Night in the City…”