Hearing Daniel Lopatin talk so anthropomorphically about his musical setup kind of makes you think that they might one day actually gain sentience and take over. Until then, though, we get the spaced-out and soothing synth sounds of Oneohtrix Point Never. This interview that Vice.tv did with Lopatin is pretty cool, he talks about his […]
Archives for November 2010
How much do you love bowling? Enough to fight off all the other Thanksgiving orphans left in Brooklyn to get a free lane? If so, head on over to Brooklyn Bowl today from 2-3pm where they’ll be offering free bowling. Shoes not included.
Not interested in joining the teaming masses as they fight each other for $5 a blu-ray player? Not to worry! The folks behind Swimming Cities, the artist collective involved with Brooklyn street-artist Swoon, are holding a huge Black Friday party in, what they deem, a “12,000-square-foot indoor adventureland.” They’ll have Zip lines, hot dog skeet […]
From Dreamin It Vegan: 3 whole bell peppers, cut in half and seeded 3 cups cooked brown rice 1 med. yellow onion, diced 1 cup corn, cooked 2 T. pine nuts 2 tsp. cumin 1 1/2 tsp. oregano 2 T. cilantro 1 package of vegan sausage crumbled If using tofu I used firm and crumbled […]
David Wain reminded us on Twitter today that it is Thanksgiving and that means we can watch this classic Stella short. Turkey Hunting from TheState on Vimeo. Have a good one, everyone!
There use to be trolleys and horses. And hey, after the Williamsburg bridge was finished in 1903, “the small village of Williamsburg” became the most populated area of Brooklyn. So morning commuters at the Bedford stop at 8 A.M. watching packed train after packed train go by, history knows your pain.
There are plenty of things to love about the arrival of winter: the rediscovery of well-worn boots that look (and feel) even better with each passing month, the excuse to skip a night out to tuck away under heavy blankets, reeking of smoke after an evening spent at the Union Pool fire pit. With these […]
Before today there were 11 albums that received at 10.0 rating on Pitchfork. Now, add Kanye’s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. Believe me, I want to give credit where credit is due, and I do like Kanye West, but I have a hard time believing that Kanye released the best album since Yankee Hotel Foxtrot […]