Tomorrow night Oneida will be taking over The Knitting Factory, for their first-ever Oneida Fest (a.k.a. OaF One). It’s a concert curated by the band, and there will be visuals supplied by Mighty Robot.
9 pm – Brava Spectre
10:30 pm – Oakley Hall
11:45 pm – Sightings
2 am – Oneida
10 pm – Pterodactyl
11:30 pm – Parts and Labor
1 am – Neptune
9:30 pm – Cave
11 pm – Knyfe Hyts
12:30 am – Dirty Faces
Tickets are a mere $10 for all this goodness! Check out The Knitting Factory’s site if you want more details. But basically you’re a fool if you don’t attend.
Saturday, December 13th
Doors @ 8:30
And it’s pretty awesome. Can’t wait for the new record in 2009!
YAY FRIDAY! I can’t conceive of a single better way to spend time than to attend this show tonight at K + M Bar. Throw some money down for a great cause, see Lady Magma play, and get nourished and inebriated. Let’s hold hands and clink glasses!!!
The Shiny Squirrel Presents
HOLIDAY HELPING HANDS,
a benefit concert for the AIDS Resource center for Children
Co- Sponsored with One Stepper Production
Free Shots, Food!!
FRIDAY, December 12th ; 7:00 to 10:30 pm
Matisyahu is wrapping up 2008 and celebrating Chanukah here in his hometown of NYC, with eight nights of live music. These shows are each being opened by different bands, and there’s a special chance for some VIP love from the Hasidic reggae impresario:
At each Festival of Light show, Matisyahu will select a winner from his mailing list to win a prize package. The prize package includes a Festival of Light poster signed by the whole band, a Matisyahu t-shirt and a live recording of the show where Matisyahu announces your name on stage.
In addition, Matisyahu will personally call you to congratulate you and exchange holiday greetings.
The dates are as follows, and you can click here to purchase tickets:
12/21 ‚Äì Webster Hall w/ The Crystal Method
12/22 ‚Äì Webster Hall w/ The Levees
12/23 ‚Äì Webster Hall w/ U Melt
12/25 ‚Äì Webster Hall w/ Easy Star Allstars
12/27 ‚Äì Music Hall of Williamsburg w/ Asher Roth
12/28 ‚Äì Music Hall of Williamsburg w/ Assembly of Dust
12/29 ‚Äì Music Hall of Williamsburg w/ Little Jackie
12/30 ‚Äì Music Hall of Williamsburg w/ Brett Dennen
Fortunately, your beloved FREEwilliamsburgonians will be GIVING AWAY a pair of tickets to the December 22nd show AND a pair of tickets to the December 27th show to whoever emails me first at email@example.com. Please specify which night you are submitting for….
I expect a deluge of responses, bonne chance!
At around 3:30 on the morning after Halloween, two dozen twentysomething hipsters linger at a loft party in East Williamsburg. The kegs are dry, but die-hard stragglers are still dancing drunkenly in the main room. Dave Summers, a 29-year-old grad student at the Bank Street College of Education and one of the party’s hosts, has dressed as a cloud for the night — his baby-blue T-shirt and baseball cap covered in dozens of white cotton balls. While several guests have come as Sarah Palin, one is in a furry yellow duck costume. Another is Bill Murray’s character from the 1980 film Caddyshack.
Suddenly, one of Dave’s guests runs over to tell him: “The real Bill Murray just walked in the door.”
“You’re joking,” Dave scoffs.
“No, really, he’s here.” […]
The whole scene is kind of goofy and light-hearted until a young male guest approaches Bill, who is probably his dad’s age, and says, “I think you’re making bad life choices.” […]
Later, Dave found out that Bill had been party-hopping with the band MGMT, the hot Brooklyn duo featured on the November cover of Spin, after attending their concert at the Music Hall of Williamsburg that night. “There he was in my apartment, just having a good time like everybody else,” Dave says now, still amazed. “I felt something between excitement and incredulity that he was there–and that my party must be pretty fun because he didn’t just leave.”
Of course, if you have photos…WE NEED THEM. [Hap tip Rumproast]
We’ve raved about Flight of the Conchords before. If you’re in the dark, FOTC is a hilarious show on HBO, with New Zealanders who talk like Australians but don’t like being told that. They’re a band duo, trying to make it in this big city of ours. They also happen to shoot around Williamsburg from time to time.
Well, Season 1 ended a while back, and now season 2 is starting to creep back into our lives – with this Flight lip dub video contest! They’re asking fans to lip-synch the “‚”Hiphopopotamus vs. Rhymenoceros” song, and then send it in to get included in a big fansterpiece of awesomeness.
For a whole slew of links, including lip dubs by the College Humor guys and My Damn Channel (Steve Agee, Nate Corddry, Kerri Kenney-Silver, A.D. Miles, and David Wain), visit BuzzFeed. For Mel’s instruction video, view below! Then, click through to FlightLipDub.com to enter! You’ve got till the end of January to get your groove on.