The Noise From Ridgewood - A Benefit Compilation For The Silent Barn

by Obsolete Units (Label)

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about

The Silent Barn was a D.I.Y. venue that acted as an invaluable resource for New York City's underground music and arts communities. Since its inception in the mid-2000's, it developed into a beloved institution in the city, acting as an extremely inviting and supportive space for musical acts of numerous stripes and genres, whether local, national, and international. In addition, the space also acted as an outlet to many local artists in the visual/performance fields, among them the independent video game collective Babycastles. In July of this year, their space, which resided in the Ridgewood neighborhood, was robbed and vandalized days after being subsequently shut down by the authorities. As the Barn was also the place of residence for the folks who helped operate it, these setbacks were especially distressing. This huge blow to the arts community in New York couldn't come during a more bleak period for artists operating outside of the suffocating spectre of mainstream/corporate outlets, with most other underground venues in the city being shut down in recent years. Though most other D.I.Y. spaces in the area had brief lifespans, the Barn was one of the longest-running, which can no doubt be attributed to their welcoming demeanor and undying passion and motivation for the music and art they helped provide an outlet for. Current plans for the Silent Barn include procurring a permanent space in the region and continuing on with the diligence and enthusiasm that they're known for. Obsolete Units presents this compilation to help them rebuild and start anew. All proceeds made from the sale of this album will go directly to The Silent Barn.

More information about the Silent Barn and their future plans can be found here: www.kickstarter.com/projects/1008830584/rebuilding-the-silent-barn

Artwork by Graham Lambkin. Additional artwork by Benjamin Parrish.

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released 15 September 2011

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Track Name: Tom Smith - Rebels Mark The Crime Rip
Bomb thousands, point at haunts
Years torture bush from second to second

I had earlier pilot's sample
many had real colleagues

(Bomb thousands, point at haunts)

Rebels mark the crime rip

Warning echoed police confusion
Rebels mark the crime rip