Presented in Association with Pitchfork and Leg Up Management
Basilica Hudson is working in collaboration with international music organizers and connoisseurs, Pitchfork’s Brandon Stosuy and Brian Deran of Gleam HOuse and Leg Up Management, to program BasilicaSoundScape (formally Basilica Music Fest), a carefully curated weekend program featuring a wide range of music, visual art, and literature that aims for specific connections and overlaps instead of “festival”-style overload.
THE 2013 LINE-UP
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 | 8 PM | $7 | 21+
Pre-BasilicaSoundScape Party @ THE HALF MOON (48 S. Front St., Hudson, NY)
Featuring TAL NATIONAL, (Niger’s #1 Band’s American Debut) and BLUES CONTROL
Special Discount on your BasilicaSoundScape passes available from 10pm-midnight!
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
8PM PETER SOTOS (reading)
9:20PM RICHARD HELL (reading)
10:15PM JULIANNA BARWICK
11:15PM EVIAN CHRIST
11:55PM SOUNDPIECE BY JONATHAN BEPLER, MATTHEW BARNEY + BRANDON STOSUY
12:30PM PIG DESTROYER
+ SPECIAL GUEST: Artist, Lionel Maunz
++ AFTER PARTY @ HALF MOON HUDSON // 1am til…
W/ DJ bEEdEEgEE (Brian DeGraw of Gang Gang Dance)
WHERE TO STAY?
Basilica Sound Scape Camping:
1238 State Route 9H,
Ghent NY 12075
For a full Upstate NY experience, we encourage the greenest and most affordable place to stay – NO CAR NEEDED!
$30 per tent/per night.
-Plenty of shade and big trees
-Restrooms & Showers on campground
-Include scheduled shuttles to/from the venue
Make a camping reservation.
Alternative to Camping -
Motels in Catskill, NY – 15 minute drive across the river, affordable.
B&B Hudson, NY – All Walking distance, luxurious and book up fast!
HOW TO GET HERE?
The address of the Basilica Hudson is
110 South Front Street, Hudson, NY 12534.
CAR POOLING is the most affordable way to get to Hudson, NY. It’s a 2 hour drive from NYC, and with 4-5 people to a car and one tank of gas, you are here cheap and fast! Don’t have a car? Sign up for Zip Car.
TRAIN is the funnest way to travel to Hudson, NY. It’s 2 hours from Penn Station, train runs along the beautiful river, has a snack car, and the Basilica is conveniently located 100 feet from the Hudson NY Amtrak station – however, the trains sell out quickly and get expensive as availability runs out, so you must book ASAP.
Train tickets are 100% refundable, better to be safe than sorry – Book now!
WHAT TO EAT?
Small Business as art practice. Two days of making objects to sell on the spot. Random decisions based on mood. Spontaneous product making.
IT’S AN UNLIT FIRE SALE! & all items must’nt go!
In the moment Recorded Audio Tapes and Letters Home From the Front.
John Doe Hand drawings on Records, Totebags, T-Shirts, Breasts, Penises ⇜⇜
LikeMinded Creations with Leather, Wood, Paint, Fabric Dye, Mud, Moss
Metal, Sticks, Stickers, Candy, Shakers,⇠
buckets of glob,
Blurry Projections, Unrealistic Portraits, Sanguine Poems…
Music Video Production,
Nude Selfie Appraisals
Text Break Up Service
CALLING ALL VOLUNTEERS!
BasilicaSoundScape is looking for volunteers to help with the festival on 9/13, 9/14 & 9/15
Hear the artists and musicians, and enjoy the wonderful riverbank in return for your help with minor clean up and small errands.
At the inaugural weekend of the event in August 2012, Hudson Artist and welder Kris Perry’s “MACHINES” occupied the industrial factory while flocked with a small army of noise and metal artists including Hunter Hunt-Hendrix’s Liturgy, experimental Orthrelm/Krallice guitarist Mick Barr, and Robin Carolan of Tri Angle Records. The following night was anchored by Gang Gang Dance, Prince Rama, Psychic Paramount, and a group show of visual artists including Spencer Sweeney, Andrew Kuo, William Stone, and Daniel Higgs
The weekend turned out to be something special and very unlike the usual glutted music festival. Therefore, we are proud to announce BasilicaSoundScape 2013, taking place this September 13-15, again on the Hudson Waterfront.