8static, Philadelphia’s internationally-recognized monthly showcase of chiptune music/visual arts, will wear the curator hat for February’s PhilaMOCA-based Tuesday Tune-Out series.

This month, all musicians will perform thematic sets based on their films of choice…

February 5 : Saint (Cipher Prime) – WANDERLUST
February 12 : Chipocrite – THE BIG LEBOWSKI
February 19 : Cheap Dinosaurs – LIQUID SKY
February 26 : br1ght pr1mate – STAR TREK

Doors at 7:30, Musician at 8:00, Movie at 9:00
$5 donation, All ages.

(via Tuesday Tune-Out February schedule by 8static | PhilaMOCA)

Reel Good Time: Movie Night is back with a double feature of 1960’s films tonight!

Don’t miss “She-Devils on Wheels” (1968) at 8PM & “The Astro-Zombies” (1968) at 10PM. 

$1 bags of popcorn, $5 Narragansett pounder + shot of bourbon and more! No Cover.

(via The Trestle Inn)

Special Agent Dale Cooper has traumatic memories from a night in Pittsburgh, so in a twisted way it makes sense that it’s also the city where Silencio was formed by David Jamison and Kirk Salopek. The band pays tribute to the music of Angelo Badalamenti and David Lynch, from Eraserhead to Inland Empire but with a lot of Twin Peaks in the middle. And on their original noir-jazz material, the group says “it seamlessly intersperses throughout the movie material and fits the occasion as if it were written as outtakes from some of Badalamenti’s “Lynch-iest” sessions.

(via Silencio Performs The Music Of Lynch & Badalamenti Live)

One of the most frequent comments we hear about walking the [New York City] High Line’s one-mile length is how much the experience changes, going from the hemmed in walkway at its northern end, where new construction and old warehouses closely surround the park and keep views and light narrow and limited, to the southern end, where the High Line is bathed in sunlight and afforded broad views across the low-rise Meatpacking District to the east and to the Hudson River to the west.

But thanks to several actions on the part of the City, that’s all about to change.  The southern end of the High Line will soon transform dramatically, as what are now some of the most open and exposed parts of the park will be surrounded on all sides by large new developments.

(via High Line’s Open Views Soon To Disappear, through VIADUCTgreene)