what is this thing loove?
Loove serves music’s life cycle from inspiration to performance to distribution.
It’s a performance space, an audio/video studio and a cooperative label in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
With you here, it’s a cultural (ex)change.
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when you're here, it happens.
the live series
Our live performance series exists to connect the best music we know of with the savvy-ear-owning, deep-heart-operating humans it's made for.
We host concerts by vital artists, record multi-track audio of the performances and film the action. Then we give the captured creations context - including interviews, photos and editorial content - on our cooperative digital distribution hub.
When you witness a performance, are you only a bystander?
what are they building in there?
9 months to make a human, 12 months to release an album?
We make records live and professionally film the action. Artists in our series can do more and show more, faster.
With a stellar studio squad running an eclectic mix of coveted analog and digital audio gear, it sounds good, too.
- Multitrack Audio recording
- Studio Lockouts
- High-Definition Video Capture
- Private Showcases in Front of a Live Audience
is it contagious?
Our shop is staffed by working musicians in a creative community; we're in a fundamentally different business than the average large distributor or retailer.
Our mission is simply to promote the creation of new work and to engage audiences on a higher level.
Our approach to presenting media is holistic, collaborative, and rigorously transparent: production teams, cooperative ensembles and independent presenters can manage their streams of revenue and every aspect of the artistic presentation in a streamlined, coordinated way. In the future, our proprietary set of distribution and accounting tools will be available to outside labels and media curators.
- General Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Studio: email@example.com
- Corporate: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Label: email@example.com
58 North 6th Street
Interested in working at the forefront of music, technology and culture?
The Loove is always on the lookout for top talent for our audio production, software development and marketing departments.
To view all currently available positions and to apply, click here
Barney McAll's sonic sorcery defines "Every Piano Needs a House in It," the solo piano & electronics recording he did here with Tyler Gilmore in December. Here he shares some thoughts about the music. Check out more from the session...