Not surprising: NPR loves Iron and Wine. Yesterday Soundcheck announced a special guest on their show, and lo and behold it was the Sam Beam, the bearded songster himself. The webcast performance from WNYC’s Greene Space consisted of playing the forthcoming album Kiss Each Other Clean in its entirety. Secret guest and sneak peaks – […]
Archives for January 2011
I’ve been loving the new Destroyer single, ‘Kaputt.’ How can you not love a song that blends Kenny G saxophone fills with a baseline reminiscent of the Twin Peaks theme. Um, well, I love it anyway.
This Friday, Williamsburg’s original bowling alley will be going the route of live music– and beefing up the competition with that larger and newer fellow bowling venue around the corner. The new 1,000 square foot space, aptly named The Back Room, will be host to what so far look like consistent $5 concerts– kicking off […]
If you’re lucky enough to live off the Bedford L stop, tomorrow from 7-11AM you’ll be able to get a free fresh-pressed tart cherry nectar juice from Red Jacket Orchards as a thank you for supporting local agriculture as well as a reminder that they’ll be at The McCarren Park Greenmarket throughout the Winter selling […]
The must fucked up thing you will see all day:
Night two under the big top at Lincoln Center was another perfect example of the Rock and Roll Circus organizers not knowing what they were getting themselves into. While Monday night was proof that punk rock was still alive, last night was an exercise in absurdity that seemed to catch the circus and the crowd […]
It’s not far from Williamsburg, and if you’ve never checked out the First Thursday Gallery Walk in DUMBO, 2011 is a good year to start. This Thursday, the first one of the year, will feature many impressive, interesting, and entertaining works by local, national, and globally renowned artists. Among the collections to be highlighted that […]
SPONSORED POST Help support New Orleans youth with one view. ZYNC from American Express will donate $1 – up to $50,000 – to The Roots of Music, a non-profit based in New Orleans supports youth music education.
Although it’s only Tuesday morning, it’s not too early to begin making your weekend drinking plans. We highly suggest kicking off the New Year by stopping by the 4th Annual Williamsburg Cask Beer Festival at dba Brooklyn. What is cask beer you may ask? It’s unfiltered, unpasteurized beer brewed from traditional ingredients, matured and naturally […]
I don’t ever want to not feel like a kid. I don’t want to give up on having a child-like sense of wonder. I don’t want to restrain myself from indulging such a pure form of enjoyment. Is t that what brought us all to New York in the first place? The desire to not […]