Justin Little, June 15, 2012 I started out on Friday at The Charleston to catch Clouder’s set. Great way to wake up after a long day of work. When shooting high energy bands in little basement environments it’s either hit or miss. It was a good, sweaty, packed, “shovey” show. Thanks for the wake up […]
Archives for June 2012
Justin Little, June 14, 2012 I was wide awake after GZA’s set so I went back to Spike Hill to catch Miracles Of Modern Science perform. I walked in between songs. I took a look at them and thought, “OK this isn’t going to be for me.” But then they started playing. “Never judge a […]
Justin Little, June 14, 2012 I stopped by Knitting Factory to catch Airwaves set. Once again we have a front women that can sing and can shred. I had a smile on my face during the entire set. Their music made me feel happy. It’s strange, last year I was forced to tell some bands […]
Because there’s more than just music going on: click image for larger version
Justin Little, June 14, 2012 The Everymen was definitely a wake up call after a long day of work. Once I got into Union Pool I was punched in the face by some serious shredding. They seemed to be having a great time on stage and the vibe definitely rubbed off on the crowd. Thanks […]
Justin Little, June 14, 2012 I was out front of Spike Hill and heard a girl say,”Wow, that was some Radiohead shit!”. I thought to myself,”Let me be the judge of that.” I walked into Spike Hill in between songs. Every women in the bar had their eyes locked on the stage. I was wondering […]
Justin Little, June 14, 2012 If Wu Tang is in the building you already know what it is! This for me was like the Beatles to a hippie. I grew up on Wu Tang so this was overwhelming for me. I got exactly what I came for. I’ll post some more videos later. Put it […]
Caught 6 sets recently. When I go see a band I film it and write a paragraph or two reviewing that band. I’ll be doing the same over the duration of the North Side Festival all weekend. Enjoy! The Stationary Set @Cameo Gallery Justin Little, June 5, 2012 The Stationary Set was my favorite of […]
EPMD brought the house down last night at the free Summerstage show at Herbert von King Park in Brooklyn. Check out the video below.
The release of Swing Lo Magellan, Dirty Projectors followup to the smash Bitte Orca. And now Dirty Projectors are giving us a new track, “Dance For You.” It’s light, upbeat and feels so effortless, while still maintains the classic something-sorta-off that Dirty Projectors have built their catalog on.