Live visuals for Suckers at Bowery Ballroom on February 25th, 2011
Photos by Jessica Lawson & Matthew Caron
Spring 2011 Lookbook Teaser Video for Mishka
Directed, shot and edited by Matthew Caron
Suckers “A Mind Less Known (Baryshnikov Remix)”
Directed by Matthew Caron
Cinematography by Chris Person
Live visuals for Suckers at Webster Hall on October 1st, 2010.
Live visuals for Suckers at Bowery Ballroom opening for Local Natives on May 7th, 2010.
Quinn gives me a shout out at the beginning of the clip. Thanks Quinn!
Live visuals for Suckers at Cameo Gallery in Williamsburg on Valentines Day 2010
I really like the sculptural installation they’ve got above the stage.
Photo by Kyle Tamlin for Beyond Race
I spent CMJ week of 2009 running around New York doing shows with Suckers. The New York Times caught their set at Bowery Poetry Club on video as part of their Urban Eye video series. There’s a short interview with Quinn and Pan along with a few flashes of live visual magic.
Photo by Liz Vitale for
Pitchfork caught their set at The Delancey and said “Suckers neither suck nor get fooled. They’re a savvy Brooklyn band who favor big moments and soaring chant-along choruses, and their reputation as a spirited live act drew an impressive mix of festival-going industry types and hometown fans.”
Meanwhile, MTV caught the set at The Studio At Webster Hall. While they did not capture any video from the show, they nonetheless concluded it was the best show “since Tanlines the previous month” in part because people were having sex in the audience, and also because a guy jumped onstage to punch Quinn in the face. Those things were exciting, but I think it was the best show because Webster Hall afforded me the chance to perform the best live visuals of CMJ using two projectors in their fantastic space.
In this episode: If each episode of the Creepy Touch is like one of ICP’s joker’s cards then this. the tenth, is like the Wraith. That’s because it’s the final one. Watch the Toilet Cobra become increasingly aggressive as he attempts to interview the increasingly passive rock group, Suckers. See as he victimizes them and later becomes a victim himself. You’ve been creepily touched for the last time.
Originally published at the Mishka Bloglin