It’s felt like a low-key week so far to me, I haven’t even been to a single show and that doesn’t often happen. Maybe I’m just saving myself a little as I’ll be heading off to Levitation (FKA Austin Psych Fest) next week! Don’t forget to enter our competition and win a pair of tickets to […]
Archives for April 2015
If you’ve been sitting up waiting in the long dark of a proverbial night for the return of Brooklyn’s finest self-loathing, 70s-worshipping rock n’ roll odyssey road trippers, Titus Andronicus, then the metaphorical rooster has figuratively crowed. This morning, Patrick Stickles and co. announced their new record—The Most Lamentable Tragedy—on a new label—Merge—with a spit-sprayed […]
Holy hell, y’all! We made it. WE “MAY”ED IT! After a seemingly endless winter, the days have grown longer, the sun is shining brighter and the promise of patios, margaritas and outdoor music festivals is just on the horizon. THANK GAWD. Let’s kick off the beginning of the season in style, with plenty of must […]
Letterman’s favorite band returned to his show last night with a new song, dedicating the performance to their home town, Baltimore. “This song goes out to the people of Baltimore,” their lead singer Samuel T. Herring said. “Let us not discount their voices.”
It’s that time of year again. Let’s drink mint juleps, wear gaudy hats, and put on our best pastel suits and dresses. The 141st Kentucky Derby is coming this Saturday, May 2!
Several people spotted a man riding a horse through Williamsburg this afternoon while wearing a bluetooth headset. A strange sight even
He’s still on the loose. From the mailbag. My apartment was just recently broken into and I caught everything on camera via my dropcam.
For the past 2 years, Red Bull Music Academy has taken over New York for the month of May with all sorts of live and conceptual performances, lectures, and workshops held at venues all around the city. These varied programs are an exciting and fun way to explore and celebrate the diverse culture of the city […]
Eater has the scoop: A new bar with New Orleans leanings called Loosie Rouge opened quietly at the beginning of the month in the old Fatty ‘Cue space in Williamsburg. Drinks are variations on classics like a sazerac, a French 75, and a vieux carre, and most are served on tap.
The Mets have the best record in baseball, the Rangers are on to the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, and spring is pretty much in full swing. In other words, that bud of contentment in the pit of your being is in serious danger of blooming into actual, terrifying happiness. Thankfully, however, we’re […]