A new bar brought to you from the owners of Five Leaves called “Nights and Weekends” adjacent to McCarren Park is now officially open for business. Nights and Weekends features a selection of liquor that’s very rum heavy (think Island beverages along the lines of frozen pisco sours, Red Stripe beer, Malbec wines from Argentina […]
Archives for May 2011
As always, we’ll be keeping you up-to-date on this year’s Williamsburg Waterfront concerts. Thus far, here’s what we Sonic Youth, TV on the Radio, Death Cab and many others are slotted to perform. Stay tuned as others are announced.
From Sun Araw’s website: ANCIENT ROMANS is the fifth full-length album from SUN ARAW Primal Splendour, who sends out innumerable rays, not perceptible by the senses, but collectively thinkable Heartfelt and marbled, this album is documentation of the slow exit (the triumphal entry): moving the camera back 8 stages along the circumference of the circle […]
Promoting his brand new album “Noise of Welcome”, Zachary Cale played an in-store show last night at Academy Records Annex in Williamsburg. The video edit below features 2 new songs from that set, one of which is on his latest record.
McKibben has never been the cleanest or most idyllic residence in all of New York. But at least it was home and you could go to a party and have tye-dye parties, and you could feel relatively safe there. Unfortunately, there has been a string of violent crimes hitting the lofts lately. According to Gothamist. […]
Up until now, the lineup for 4Knots, the Village Voice’s South Street Seaport replacement for the Siren Fest, has seemed basically like a snooze-a-palooza. But today, The Voice announced that on July 9th, before the actual festival which is on July 16th, they will hold a kickoff show at the Seaport featuring Ted Leo and the […]
Relapse recording artists Dysryhthmia played a show at The Silent Barn last Saturday. Heavily focusing on new material, the band tore through a killer 40 minute set of instrumental mayhem. 2 of those new songs can be found in the video below.
Finally, after what feels like such a long time of being teased with a slow stream of singles, Cults are finally ready to give us their full-length debut. They got picked up by Columbia Records after putting out their Go Outside 7” early last year. On this self-titled album, the duo of Brian Oblivion and Madeline […]
via Brooklyn Flea: Starting May 21, we’re launching an all-food bonanza called “Smorgasburg”—every Saturday at the new Williamsburg site from 9am to 5pm. Smorgasburg (thank Brownstoner for the name and Camden for the awesome design) will feature 100+ food vendors—packaged, cooked, raw, Mason Jar’d, and more—as well as a bonafide GrowNYC Greenmarket with 15-20 farmers […]