They just don’t write songs about beans anymore. Video after the jump.
Archives for April 2012
It looks like construction has started at Williamsburg Park, the site of this summer’s waterfront concert series. Here’s a view of the lot from earlier today, with several Parks department vehicles and what appears to be an enormous drill. The organizers’ call for proposals states that “construction may not penetrate the existing asphalt,” so we’re guessing […]
Brooklyn via Princeton avante-rockers Miracles of Modern Science perform their song “Friend of the Animals” live at Spaceman Sound in Greenpoint. From Vice: Considering their ambiguous lack of modern instrumentation, Miracles of Modern Science (AKA MOMS) could more aptly be described as miracles of classical science. The most expected piece of gear in MOMS’ set […]
From last night’s show at Zebulon. Unfortunately we were not able to neither catch “Yosh” nor “Bee and Flower”. However, below is footage from Sondra and Sun Moon’s set. Sondra Sun-Odeon Sun Moon Even though we missed Yosh‘s performance yesterday, earlier this year we captured her show at Saint Vitus in Greenpoint. Watch it below […]
It’s really hard for me to write this today. I haven’t been in the best of moods since Rick Santorum decided to drop out of the race. It’s just so fresh. The initial shock has worn off, yes, but it’s a pretty deep cut, and I’m just starting to feel it. So yeah, I apologize […]
Get it while it’s hot! Sadly, as Street’s Blog noted: After building around 50 lane-miles a year since 2007, DOT only built 8.7 lane miles last year, thanks in large part to the sustained political and media attack on bike infrastructure that peaked that year.
Move over, Hellmann’s. Prospect Heights is now home to the borough’s newest (and only) artisanal mayo shop brought to you by the good folks at Empire Mayonnaise. After great success selling their creamy concoctions to fatties foodies at Smorgasburg, the brains behind the operation decided to open their first brick-and-mortar store at 564 Vanderbilt Avenue. […]
Weirdness is on its way… PSYCHOJELLY (aztec economy) is a multimedia performance with live music and video detailing a narrative involving radioactive jelly, turtle eggs, floppy discs, James Bond, and cold war escapism set in eastern-bloc Bulgaria in the 1980s. Aztec Economy has presented shows at the Obie-Award Winning Ice Factory at the Ohio Theater […]
Moonface is the latest project from Wolf Parade/Sunset Rubdown’s frontman, Spencer Krug. Stream the whole record here.