Despite the horrific weather, Catalpa NYC, the little festival that could, and did, was great for it’s first year!
Archives for July 2012
It RAINED! It POURED! But that didn’t stop the Bushwick Block Party! Luckily our waterproof buddies at NickyDigital.com was there catch the excitement!
Here’s the first single from Centipede Hz. Panda Bear debuted it (along with two of his new instrumental solo jams) on Animal Collective Radio last night. “Today’s Supernatural” is weird (in that way that Animal Collective are), upbeat, and has some of that classic Avey Tare scream/singing. Perfect to whet our appetite for Centipede Hz‘s […]
Punk meets Art. Rhode Island maniacs Tinsel Teeth and Doomsday Student (ex Arab On Radar) ravished Death by Audio on Saturday. Tinsel Teeth are easily amongst the most ‘physical’ live performers out there, while Doomsday Student flat out make your ears explode with their signature No Wave assaults. NSFW video edits of both sets are […]
As mentioned in the post below, this show will go down as 2012’s most sweltering event. Even though they do have a new and pretty wicked industrial sized A/C at the warehouse on Kent, condensation started dripping from the ceiling 2 minutes into Trash Talk’s set. Bodies were flying all over the place, swinging from […]
A bit of a belated post, but on July 14 Thurston Moore & Loren Connors played The Stone in Manhattan as part of Spy Fest. Watch about half of the performance below. That day I was convinced, this would qualify for ‘hottest show of the year’. Needless to say, I hadn’t been to the Trash […]
I have friends all over the place. Philadelphia was my stomping ground while in college. I touch base with my people a few times a week. Particularly my boy John F and a lovely lady by the name of Ruth. On multiple occasions the name Dewey Decibel has come up. I was actually eating brunch […]
How long have you stayed or played in North Brooklyn? For many of us the years can be counted on one hand. We missed the halcyon days when Bedford was a frontier and rent was actually cheaper than Manhattan. For anyone interested in our (very) recent history, the cover story for The Williamsburg/Greenpoint News and […]