It was the last night before the city-leveling, apocalypse-inciting, where-is-your-God-now natural disaster of the century that was (or wasn’t?) Hurricane Irene so, naturally, things at Webster Hall‘s Friday night Trash party were going to get a little weird. Well…take a look for yourself… “Why is he looking at us like that?…Hey! You tripping balls, dude? […]
Archives for August 2011
The day before hurricane Irene was supposed to hit New York City, the end of the world was celebrated on a Bushwick roof top. Among the Artists performing that night was Vuk from Finland.
How did you survive Irene? Gorge yourself on canned goods? Swim in a bathtub of Poland Spring? Me? I evacuated, only to lose power in that apartment while my apartment stayed fine.
Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York City 2011 Produced on the day that hurricane Irene hit the East Coast.
Pinkies out! There ain’t nothing wrong with killer tunes, a stellar view, and vodka cocktail specials on a Monday night. The folks over at Kanon have been keeping the guests of their Summer Sessions very happy all season with their organic vodka-fueled soirées in the disgustingly beautiful penthouse of the Mondrian Soho. Stay tuned to […]
I’ll spare you from all the “This is nothing compared to where I’m from” triteness our Californian friends put us through during the earthquake. I’ve learned my lesson after talking shit about a little hurricane named Katrina that caused barely more than a drizzle over southwest Florida but subsequently destroyed New Orleans. Here are the […]
Mondays suck? Not anymore, Garfields of the world, not anymore… Once a month, DJs Max and Sören hop over to (le) Poisson Rouge from Spain (it’s a pretty big hop) for Nasty Monday, bringing with them their own special mix of 50’s rockabilly, 80’s new wave, 90’s grunge, and the best of what’s spinning today. […]
Not to be hyperbolic or anything, but…WE MIGHT DIE THIS WEEKEND. For reals. Should [the currently Category 3] Hurricane Irene grace us with her presence, forecasts predict flooding, high winds and your typical apocalyptic havoc along East River neighborhoods. According to Brownstoner and Here’s Williamsburg, those on the Williamsburg Waterfront – a Zone A category – will be […]
We know it’s unconstitutional in schools, but let’s begin this week’s Most Blogged-About Shows column with a prayer for Hurricane Irene to change course and not ruin this week’s outdoor shows. Dear Lord, Summer is almost over. We love shows. Don’t rain on us. Amen Now that that’s out of the way, let’s begin with […]