Welcome to Part 1 of our 2011 CMJ picks. We teamed with My Social List (The Most Blogged About Shows this Week) to give you the rundown of some of the best shows of the fest. First off, a quick tip: This year CMJ show-only badges are $150; in years past (unless you were a student), […]
Archives for October 2011
There’s no justice, it’s just us!
The song is called “Two Rivers” and comes courtesy of the forthcoming Small Black mixtape called Moon Killer. Heems from Das Racist gives a relaxed, mellow freestyle over the reverb-ed out Small Black synths. Could this be the Indian Summer jam of 2011? (via The FADER)
Do you like to shop? Do you like to drink? Well then why don’t you do both at the same time this Sunday October 16th at the Vintage Crawl‘s premiere event: the Fall Crawl. The Vintage Crawl is a self-guided shop and bar hop through Williamsburg and Greenpoint–this premier event will feature a designated bargain […]
Watch this Rock N Roll epic from hometown heroes, Workout, shot on the mean streets of Bushwick.
Have you ignored the protest thinking this was a short-lived fluke? Woken up and realized the protest is almost three weeks in and getting as much coverage as Jobs’ death? Realized its time to catch up so you have something to say over the water cooler? Here is a primer, folks. It is far from […]
We apologize for our tardiness today; we are toiling away at our list of CMJ shows to make sure you have the best and most choices available. There is a lot of great stuff in our Top 10 this week, so instead of pontificating, we’re getting right to the chase. You can be thankful you’re a […]
Friend of the site and The Moth favorite Jeff Simmermon has a combination storytelling/burlesque/comedy show tonight at Union Hall. Go out and give him some love. Here’s a sample of Jeff in action:
Dan Lopatin has made a name for himself as the obsessive synth man (both as avante Oneohtrix Point Never, as well as super catchy Ford & Lopatin/Games) He’s made his own record label. (Software) And now, prior to releasing his new record Replica next month, Lopatin has decided to go further and dip his toes […]
At the Occupy Wall Street Protest it’s a bit crowded, cold, and the distinct smell of the unwashed is as bold as the political fervor. There are those who see the protests as a popular movement against institutions and corruption. Others criticize the movement for lacking focus or goals, but those there last night were […]