Over at Scouting NY there are some photos of a shopping cart with a very legit looking install over at Macri Square. Such a breathe of fresh air after the onslaught of Dick Chicken’s quick public art. Anyone want to take credit for this piece?
Archives for October 2010
This is a special show as proceeds will go to cover medical bills for someone in Excepter personnel. On a more superficial level, it’s a great line-up, including a new personal favorite Blissed Out. The show happens at Shea Stadium tomorrow.
Are you a street preacher screaming through a bullhorn day-in, and day-night, but feel like you just aren’t connecting with those sully New Yorkers? Are you a subway prowler, constantly warning sleepy commuters of the impending wrath of God, but feel like nobody hears your cries? There’s good news! The reason, I would argue, is […]
So, who wants to put together a joint-Halloween costume where we dress as Robert Smith and Alice Glass and walk around parties being way more goth than EVERYONE? Done. Let’s do it. This new Crystal Castles jam, “Not in Love,” featuring Robert Smith is sure to be appearing on the stereos of every hip party […]
By spinnerdisc Now, if there was a speaker attached to the collar blasting Bed Intruder Song, this would have been perfect.
It’s been selling out midnight screenings for a few years now, but Criterion has finally released the previously hard-to-find-but-beyond-worth-it-once-you-finally-find-it Japanese horror classic, Hausu (House), on DVD and Blu-ray just in time for a nice Halloween cash-in. There’s really no better experimental horror-comedy (with cats) out there, so it’s definitely worth a watch if you haven’t […]
Tonight at Secret Project Robot , Animal Collective’s Dave Portner aka Avey Tare, will debut Down There, his first solo album. The party gets started around 8pm, is free, and scheduled to include several different performers and artists. From Brooklyn Vegan: “There’s an installation by Abby Portner, comedians and dj’s Brad Truax, Josh from Animal […]
A little after 2am Sunday morning, as sweaty, drunk, and all but tired hipsters danced and partied to one band after another at Pichfork’s #Offline Festival at Brooklyn Bowl, guests got a big surprise. Glammed out in bling, an excited, energetic, and oh so entertaining Kanye West took the stage. Backed by DJ A-Trak, he […]
Yesterday, New York enjoyed a welcome Indian summer: blue skies, sunshine, and a warm breeze that made the prospect of staying inside to do work seem almost blasphemous. Most of the residents of Williamsburg instinctively gravitated outwards (to McCarren Park) and upwards (to infinite impromptu rooftop barbecues) but arguably the best time to be had […]
There are a few things we can be certain of about Birdemic II: The Resurrection (in 3D) : It will break cinematic ground; the Hollywood sign will not be blown up; it will definitely not be in 3D (no matter what type of glasses you are given at the door); I will be going to […]