Archives for July 2010
Watch the full concert at baeblemusic.com Baeblemusic posted a full concert video of Yeasayer playing the Music Hall of Williamsburg back in February. If you need a refresher: The band rips through their set, mostly new jams, as well as some definitive favorites off All Hour Cymbals like “2080” and “Sunrise”, both with updated synth-y […]
We’ve been investigating all week, and now we’ve got a flyer as proof. Starting this Saturday the awesome folks who bring us the Waterfront Pool Parties will be throwing a new series of outdoor events on the South Side. Seems like Jelly is digging back to their roots with Rock Yard, because we sure do […]
Let’s make some love. Saw you at Summerscreen at McCarren – w4m – 24 (Williamsburg) – link You left work a tad early last Wednesday, excited to snag a good spot for the first Summerscreen screening of the summer. Cusack wasn’t on yet (the film was Say Anything), so you went to grab a Sixpoint. […]
As the rain poured down outside my window, I started to get super bummed. I know the hot weather is lame too and we’ve all been complaining, but summer time is designed specifically to make you sweat. So as my melodramatic depression sunk in, along came Mishka with this “trillwave” mixtape to get me through. […]
It’s not surprising that fashion-minded job seekers would want to work at Beacon’s Closet, the pricey yet popular second-hand clothing store on North 11th St. featured in the WSJ yesterday. Employees spend their breaks trying on clothes and getting first pick at the fresh crop of daily imports. Almost everyone who works there is in […]
We’re still not sure why singer Jamie Stewart was folding his left wrist like that for the entire set, but Xiu Xiu and Deerhoof’s full rendition of Joy Division’s Unknown Pleasures was a pretty great way to start this summer’s Pool Parties. “She’s Lost Control” was the highlight (thanks for the video unartig) to a […]
Senator Charles Schumer stopped by Sunday’s Pool Party to say, “You’re welcome.” Here’s a photo, via Eric Rex on Flickr, which we’re posting the same day the Senator announced a war on Zombie Sparks (and all booze-filled energy drinks). If this was MySpace, I’d be feeling “conflicted” on my profile.
A reader writes: I live on union near the St. Carmel festival. People are parking in front of hydrants, on the sidewalk and in no standing zones. I confronted cops on the street as well as cops in cars from the 94th. I was told by both that because it was a church function they […]
Fang Island rocking “Illinois” at Sunday’s pool party: F yea, summer.