Coma Cinema – Business as Usual from Micah Van Hove on Vimeo. It’s like the Tree of Life previews met drugs. Also, Coma Cinema is currently offering free downloads for four of their albums. Go crazy.
Archives for August 2011
Unless you’re one of those go-getters pounding rubber balls at people or hustling out jello shots/hipster dating/electric violin CDs, a hang in McCarren Park is usually more on the unproductive, chillin’ side. So why not be active, make new friends and explore Williamsburg and Greenpoint with a scavenger hunt hosted by a fellow local?! Here […]
This weekend, two of the neighborhood’s foodie finest – Fatty ‘Cue and The Brooklyn Star – are switching it up to showcase each other’s famous carnivorous fare. On Friday, August 26 and Saturday, August 27, you can dine on The Brooklyn Star’s fried pig tails with jalapeno onion hush puppies at Fatty ‘Cue. In turn, dig into […]
Last night Krallice played the closing night of the free summer shows at House of Vans in Brooklyn. Video of their set’s last song “Telluric Rings” is below, along with more footage from Touche Amore and Converge.
James Blake and Justin Vernon are the Corey Feldmen and Corey Haim of 21st century indie music. Blake debuted this new jam “Fall Creek Boys Choir” on BBC Radio, and then the internet broke because everyone was streaming it at once. The attention is much deserved, because this song is a great supergroup jam.
It’s that time of year again, when the high heels get higher, the black chiffon gets blacker and the women all around our New York City streets seem a foot taller – Fashion Week is almost here! But before the madness begins, Brooklyn’s gotta represent! Tomorrow night at Public Assembly, Fashion & Flow will be […]
It is safe to say that we are officially in “dog days of summer” territory and there is no better soundtrack to get you out of your slump than the beach ready jams of Sea Monsters. Maritime themed tracks like “fin in the water” and “dark Vineyard day” come complete with front man DL Tashjian’s […]
This week’s new openings bring you waffles, whiskey, and grilled cheese! Waffle & Wolf was opened by Arman Sen and Daniel Richardson who said that they felt there was a void of “quick, to-go food in the neighborhood”. Arman Sen, originally from Turkey wanted to bring the popular Turkish hand-held waffles to Brooklyn, partnered with […]
Summer always starts out with big dreams: that road trip across the country, that epic beach party BBQ, that huge summer romance. But then, before you know it, it is August and most of your memories of the summer are of sweating your ass off in your no-window apartment, or scrounging up change to take […]