Jens Lekman – “I Know What Love Isn’t”

Wild Nothing and DIIV played River Rocks

Watch clips of Wild Nothing and DIIV playing River Rocks at Pier 84 last night. This was hands down the longest line I have seen for a (free) show since that infamous 77Boadrum performance in Dumbo back in 2007. Thousands of people. Good times.

Cut Copy on Yo Gabba Gabba!

BBQ Blow Out (5 Year Anniversary Celebration) with Gwynnett St

Get tix here

Join Finger on the Pulse in celebrating five years of the BBQ Blow Out with two-star starwarts Gwynnett St for a summer ending night of food, fun and fantastic music (& beer!)

Get tickets now for the early bird prices!

Early Bird (Gets the BBQ Worm): $10 GA (Gaurenteed Spot) / $15 VIP

Day of BBQ: $10 GA / $20 VIP

Diamond Doves Interview

Band: Diamond Doves
Shot by:Justin Little
Interview by: Jessica Lopez

Oceanographer at Spike Hill tonight!

I shot this clip of Oceanographer recently over at The Bowery Electric. Catch Oceanographer at Spike Hill tonight!

It’s Not Night, It’s Space 11pm
Hannibal Montana 10pm
Oceanographer 9pm

Spike Hill
186 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 218-9737

Thursday: Free River Rocks Show With Grimes, DIIV and Wild Nothing

Needless to say, we’re pretty excited about this one with three headlining artists on the same bill!

Grimes, aka Claire Boucher, is among the most talked-about musical artists of the year. Her live performances are both musical and visual, embodying art, performance, dance, video and sound.

Wild Nothing’s songs are inspired by a longtime love affair with nostalgia. Released this spring, Wild Nothing’s debut album Gemini is full of dreamy, carefree synth-pop songs that linger with an inexplicable sense of regret.

DIIV, the brainchild of Z. Cole Smith (Beach Fossils), crafts a sound indebted to classic kraut, dreamy Creation-records psychedelia, and the primitive-crunch of late-80’s Seattle – a perfectly fused patch of classic-underground influence.

More information at River Rocks.



Wild Nothing

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