The next ATP is moving from Monticello to the decidedly less esoteric shores of Asbury Park. Beyond a shorter commute and cheaper accommodations (read: free — I’m from the area and my parents still live there. Score!), this year’s fest, running September 30-October 2, also affords the rare chance to see Jeff Mangum. The reclusive head of […]
Archives for January 2011
It’s like a cross between the “Virtual Insanity” video, the trash compactor scene in Star Wars and a slasher flick – with a killer soundtrack. This No Age video is all done in one shot and done exceptionally well. These dudes are doing it right.
Theophilus London puts out great party vibes. So even though we are all buried in snow or bundled up in a million layers, we can put T. London on and suddenly be sweatin’ it out in a club. And after releasing a bunch of great mixtapes (including the most recent I Want You, which is excellent), […]
Yep that’s the dude from Yes singing.
I’m looking forward to this show tonight at Glasslands. Yuck, whose reverb-drenched eponymous debut is now available for pre-order have been my latest addiction. You can check out some free MP3’s on their website or take a listen on myspace. Tonight they are playing with Total Slacker, but will be opening for current ‘it’ band, […]
According to NY Mag dance spot Salvalas is scheduled to close this week. They report: Its Facebook page doesn’t give a reason, but an update posted yesterday says “The end is near. Come get a lethal dose of Savalas before we shut our doors. T-minus 6 days.” The bar has changed its profile photo to […]
Good news, vegans! As if it weren’t good enough having Foodswings around to let you indulge in delicious burgers, wings, mac and cheese and even their own version of the Double Down while still sticking to your morals. As if this spot wasn’t the saving grace for drunk herbivores craving a late-night feast. As if […]
Is this going to be like Bill and Ted or Die Hard where the sequel is as good as the original? Or is the new Zs record going to follow the sad tradition of many sequels and flop? I’m anticipating the former. Tonight, join the band at the Knitting Factory as they release New Slaves […]
Photo via Timothycgoodwin’s Flickr Of course, what’s an article on Korean grocers without mentioning Khim’s Millennium Markets? They also manage to get in a reference to the hipster clientele, which has proven to be catnip for journalists.