Some poor Brooklyn boy is looking for his lost Saturday night / potential valentine(s). Oh won’t you please help him find them? From the Missed Connections section of Craigslist: Hey Dudes! I’m hoping this finds the two of you well. Sorry for being all blacked out in your apartment. At least I think there were […]
Archives for February 2010
It was painted by “lowbrow” artist Anthony Ausgang, who met MGMT while they were recording “Congratulations” at a very large house in Malibu. Not being a musician I was occasionally left to my own devices so I would sit around and draw on pieces of paper then leave them there when I went home. I […]
Turns out, Rachel Ray isn’t the only star to recently honor Motorino; the New York Times’s Sam Sifton awards to the Williamsburg (and East Village) pizzeriarie a brave, solitary star in today’s restaurant review. Motorino is the first pizza place to which Sifton has ever given a star, and he assuredly states that ‚”It serves […]
C-Town (330 Graham Ave), everyone’s favorite grocery store that’s been “serving the WIlliamsburg community for over 15 years,” is officially the hippest provider of fresh milk and Wheat Thins this side of the East River. They have a Tumblr, and it is amazing! Its background is a tiled image of a packed grocery cart with […]
For the third installment of couch sessions over at Big Ugly Yellow, Phantogram made the trek from the L train in the snow to deliver some tunes to warm us up with: When I’m Small by Phantogram from Big Ugly Yellow Couch on Vimeo. Be sure you let us know who you wanna see next […]
This totally legit cover was playing in Blackbird this weekend. I tipped my stoney waiter accordingly.
via The Associated Press reports that Doug Fieger, frontman for the L.A. new wave band the Knack, died of cancer yesterday in Woodland Hills, California. He was 57 years old.
The L Magazine and Southern Comfort will be leading Brooklyn’s only MARDI GRAS PARADE beginning at the Southeast corner of Driggs and McCarren in Williamsburg at 7PM on February 16, 2010. Paraders will march to Brooklyn Bowl, where the festivities will continue with a FREE Wavves and MNDR show. The man and lady or man-lady […]
Maybe these guys are a joke, but we still love them.
For the last 15 years, LA-based drummer Jason Boesel has been planted firmly behind the kit, keeping time for the likes of Rilo Kiley, Bright Eyes, The Elected, and more recently, Conor Oberst and The Mystic Valley Band. His first solo album, Hustler’s Son, is out now on Team Love Records and we’ve got a […]