David Yanofsky

Member Of:

David Yanofsky was a founder of Belgian Man Records. He contributes album artwork and videos to many Belgian Man releases. You can find his photography at davidyanofsky.com.

David, Andrew Monks, and Charlie Abbott make up the Big Trucks, Belgian Man’s original band.

Space Disco (Owen McGarry Remix) Remix
2013-07-24

David Yanofsky: Cover Artist

Owen McGarry: Remixer

Owen McGarry’s new remix, violently birthed from the stems of RobotSexMusic’s spawn, will make forceful, tender love to your ear drums, first the right one, and then the other one.

This song will allow you to party harder, faster and more efficiently than humans.

Owen McGarry has seen colors with pigments darker than black, and has only ever experienced true love. He doesn’t have parents and is from the future.

If Owen McGarry could feel gratitude, he would express it for cheese cake, and for David Yanofsky’s art direction.

Credits

Photograph by David Yanofsky. Original song by RobotSexMusic, AKA Peter Hegarty

http://blgn.mn/owen http://blgn.mn/david

Bedroom Classics Vol. 1 Compilation
2013-02-22

5am: Contributor, Masterer

A. Campbell Payne: Contributor

B∩MSTEAD: Contributor

David Yanofsky: Cover Artist

Dephrase: Contributor

EXIN MUSIC: Contributor

Kittenmildew: Contributor

Kuh-Lida: Contributor

LEAFTYPE: Contributor

Luc Lacerte: Masterer

Max Krieger: Contributor

Modus: Contributor

RYV: Contributor

Rave Matthew's Band: Contributor

SCRVB: Contributor

Tokyo Megaplex: Contributor

Bedroom Classics Vol. 1 is the second compilation album from Belgian Man Records. It includes sixteen previously unreleased tracks, each by a different artist.

Check out the video for can-f at http://vimeo.com/belgianman/can-f

Credits

Check out Andrew Monks’ video for can-f dropping later today on http://belgianman.com

Album cover by David Yanofsky

Alternate covers by David Dolan, Matthew Gallagher, Max Krieger, and Owen McGarry

Mastering by Luc Lacerte and Sam Andrus

REDYELLOWVIOLET EP
2012-08-20

RYV: Producer

David Yanofsky: Cover Artist

Luc Lacerte: Masterer

REDYELLOWVIOLET is the debut solo release by Charlie Abbott. Charlie is a student of Technology In Music And Related Arts, at Oberlin College’s conservatory. He is a member of the Big Trucks, and previously of Countless Others.

It contains a remix of Cold Front, by Scrub MC.

Credits

Music by Charlie Abbott http://blgn.mn/abbott Album cover by David Yanofsky http://blgn.mn/david Album cover photography by Jon Daigle http://frogstring.deviantart.com/ Mastering by Luc Lacerte http://blgn.mn/luc

Moth, by Jordan Parker Darling + David Yanofsky Video
2012-05-19

David Yanofsky: Director

Song: Retrospective Contemplation, by Jordan Parker Darling
Video By David Yanofsky.

Find Parker Darling’s Music at http://soundcloud.com/parker-darling, and his album, My Forgotten Shadow Sibling, at http://blgn.mn/shadowsibling

Heartwell Collective

My Father Was a Saint Too Video
2012-05-07

David Yanofsky: Director

Countless Others: Producer

Music By Countless Others, Video By David Yanofsky
The video is found 16mm footage and original hand-processed 16mm film.
This is a shorter version of the song for the video, Check out Countless Others music at http://countlessothers.com/ and check out David’s work at http://www.davidyanofsky.com/

Liz Wood LP
2012-03-12

Andrew Monks: Engineer

David Yanofsky: Photographer

Kittenmildew: Producer, Cover Artist

Luc Lacerte: Masterer

Liz Wood’s sound is unique and perhaps an acquired taste, but between the yodels and screeches her voice is sweet, with ukulele skills to match.

Based out of Massachusetts, Liz sells ukuleles at the oldest specialty toy shop in America. She can be found playing in the streets of Boston and Harvard Square.

Liz began singing in elementary school and was always inspired by choir music and techno. Even though she was able to hit the high notes, she chose to stay in the lower range when around her classmates because she did not want to seem “too girly.” It wasn’t until 8th grade when she got her first ukulele and began doing musical theater that she decided to experiment with her head voice and whistle register. She now has a very wide vocal range, and does not hesitate to belt it out.

In 2008 Liz began posting cover songs on YouTube under the username: kittenmildew. Her most recognized video was a cover of MIA’s Paper Planes with over 70,000 views. However she had to take down most of her covers due to copyright laws. After that she began to focus on writing her own music. In 2009 she got the chance to play a show in New York with fellow YouTuber and ukulele player: Danielle Ate The Sandwich. She wishes that her ukulele playing had been more on point for that particular show, and therefore now thrives on self-improvement.

Quote: “I never expected to get any good at the ukulele, I just wanted to show people I could sing a song. It’s a great treat to play a stringed instrument. As a child I watched my dad play the guitar and thought I’d never be able to do that.”

There’s no doubt Liz Wood is a talented individual with a bright future ahead of her. Find her on YouTube if you’d like to book a show or drop a line.

Official Youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/kittenmildew You can find the paper planes video here: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x74gxk_paper-planes-ukulele-cover_music and some of her other old covers here: http://www.youtube.com/MildewCovers

Credits

Created by Liz Wood and Belgian Man Records.

All songs by Liz Wood except Paper Planes, by MIA, and Jesus Loves Me, by CocoRosie.

Engineered by Andrew Monks. Mastered by Luc Lacerte.

Cover art by Liz Wood. Cover photo by David Yanofsky. Track list insert art by Todd Mercer.

Clata Szkaer Split EP
2011-12-31

David Yanofsky: Cover Artist

LEAFTYPE: Producer

Clata Szkaer is a split-EP by Christopher Knollmeyer of Lincoln, MA and 1937 (Dexter Shepard) of Los Angeles, CA.

Credits

Clata Szkaer was created produced and mastered by Christopher Knollmeyer and Dexter Shepard.

Check out Chris Knollmeyer on Belgian Man, and Dexter Shepard at http://www.facebook.com/pages/1937/148303132462

Cover art by David Yanofsky.