1. HUBBLE

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    http://missionhubble.blogspot.com/ http://jockanxiety.tumblr.com/

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    • Hubble - Hubble's Hubble

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      http://missionhubble.blogspot.com Images: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA) Video: Sheena Callage, Tiffany Borders (STScI) Music: Hubble - Hubble's Hubble (from Hubble Drums LP/CD Northern Spy Records 2011)

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      • HUBBLE

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        HUBBLE 3.16.12 Austin, TX Video: Sean Stout http://missionhubble.blogspot.com/ terroreyes.tv/

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        • Roulette TV: BEN GREENBERG // Hubble

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          Each year, Roulette and the Jerome Foundation commission new work from emerging composers. We sat down with Brooklyn based composer/performer Ben Greenberg on the eve of his premiere of this new work. Ben was joined, for the first time under the Hubble moniker, by guitarist Jason McMahon. New work commissioned by Roulette with funds from the Jerome Foundation. Ben Greenberg began Hubble in 2011 as a solo guitar project extended from his work with avant-rock band Zs and punk-fuck band Pygmy Shrews. Relying on virtuosic guitar techniques more in line with metal shredders or blues heroes than the experimental scene, Greenberg implemented finger-tapping and minimal use of pedals (no looping ever!) in his long-form compositions, setting him apart from legions of crescendo-building contemporaries. A cassette on NNA Tapes in 2011 entitled Hubble Linger was the first available recording from Greenberg‘s project, The tape was well received, even inciting electronic musician Keith Fullerton Whitman to claim: “…I’m fairly floored by this extended solo-trance-out from Zs guitarist Ben Greenberg, who seems to have invented a device that halts time (musical, actual, and meta-physical); its use is put to great effect across this 60-minute blast of cycling ‘stereo’ chord progressions and assorted haze(s) that approaches the fervour of MBV / Belong’s filtered-out high-gain wash while retaining the minimalist patina of Charlemagne Palestine piece … awesome.” It was followed by the debut full-length album Hubble Drums later that year on Northern Spy Records, which received such praise as… “At once heady and visceral, psychedelic and intensely lucid, Hubble’s mesmeric guitar webs are laser-etched incantations to the sublime. At the luminous crossroads of John Lee Hooker and Philip Glass, this is virtuosic and visionary sound-sculpture that kicks the concept of what is music just a little further down the road. There is something new under the sun. Just listen.” –Michael Azerrad “Hubble’s euphoric wheedlechurn is where the measured precision of downtown minimalism meets the unhinged aggression of Brooklyn loft noise–truly hypnotic and truly New York.” –Christopher R. Weingarten Benjamin Greenberg was born at Beth Israel Hospital at 16th street and 1st avenue in New York City on February 22nd, 1985. Six years later, he began studying music very, very seriously and has maintained that same level of intensity and focus ever since. Growing up in the city afforded young Ben a multitude of musical outlets once he was old enough to meet fellow musical travelers. By his estimate he has played in over 50 bands in his less than 30 years on this Earth. Among that list would be found lesser-known projects of yesteryear, such as The Fugue, Archaeopteryx, and The Jazz Standard Youth Orchestra, or better known and currently active bands of which he used to be a part such as doom-gloomers Bloody Panda, or free-jazz-bastards, Little Women. While attending the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, Mr. Greenberg joined NYC avant-mainstays Zs at the ripe old age of 21. His six-year tenure in the band taught him ohhhhh so much about sight reading, really high pitched guitar harmonics, Morton Feldman, and the place of the saxophone in contemporary music. At the same time, his Black Flag-cum-Flipper punk band, Cutter, was turning into his X-cum-No Trend punk trio, Pygmy Shrews, who then slayed many a soul in town and across the land. Both bands helped establish his reputation as a quite singularly-voiced guitar player, a ruthless and unashamed composer of tunes, songs and longer forms, and a visionary and resourceful recording engineer. These days Ben spends most of his time on the road with the band The Men, but still finds plenty of time to work on Hubble. http://missionhubble.blogspot.com http://wearethemen.blogspot.com Ben Greenberg’s performance is mode possible by the Jerome Foundation. HUBBLE: Ben Greenberg, guitar & Jason McMahon, guitar Produced by Jim Staley Directed by Matt Mehlan Edited by Wolfgang Daniel

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          • PYGMY SHREWS

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            song: "No Supplies" @ Death By Audio, Brooklyn - 3/10/2010

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            • Hubble @ la sala

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              October 20, 2011

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              • The White Bear & the birds live

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                live show at the Ozenbar Tel-Aviv 15/03/2010 ori alboher noam helfer ben greenberg rani megiddo

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