After last week’s brief improv, we are back on the (blast) beat today with all the metal records, shows, and hi-jinx you could ever hope to stomach. Grab that ipecac, make some room, and get ready to gorge.
Archives for March 2017
Free Williamsburg contributor (and local Deadhead), Andy P. Smith offers us his picks and recommendations for local, Brooklyn events to check out this weekend. This is Yr Weekend Starts Now! Yr Weekend Starts Now! Episode #2 – March 31, 2017
As the weather begins to warm up, Brooklyn proceeds to morph into the outdoor playground of our adult dreams—there’s music, movies, food, and alcohol at every turn to distract you from the sticky New York summer. That’s why we love Smorgasburg so much, which is essentially just a food festival EVERY. SINGLE. WEEKEND. Starting this […]
Williamsburg’s newest venue will get quite an opening next week. LCD Soundsystem is playing five nights in a row at Brooklyn Steel starting on
Molly Burch just released her wonderful debut album, Please Be Mine, last month on Captured Tracks (which you can buy here), and it’s my favourite album of the year so far. An effortlessly smooth collection of ten tracks, Burch’s vocals are immaculate, leaving you hanging on each note. You can watch the newly released video for the […]
Williamsburg staple Vinnie’s Pizzeria shared a great order note from a customer who was having a weed related emergency. As you can see in the below Instagram the stoned customer added
The Village Voice just published a local’s guide to New York neighborhoods, appointing Hannibal Buress of Broad City fame as Williamsburg’s local expert. Buress, who lives in Williamsburg, loves the chicken sandwich at The Commodore, the bibimbap at Dokebi, and watching NBA playoff games at Mulholland’s. Sadly, the Voice didn’t include Bushwick or Greenpoint so […]
The famed food critic (Eater and formerly Village Voice) visited Taqueria Sofia (187 Suydam St.) which he says is one of his “favorite places in the neighborhood.” He also swung by Free Williamsburg favorite Tortilleria Mexicana Los Hermanos (271 Starr St.) and was — surprisingly — underwhelmed by the vegetarian taco: The taco caused some […]
Free Williamsburg contributor (and local Deadhead), Andy P. Smith offers us his picks and recommendations for local, Brooklyn events to check out this weekend. This is Yr Weekend Starts Now! See ya there!
In a Brooklyn music scene crusted shut with black metal char, Mountain God are something of a throwback—a lead-fisted sludge band lumbering along in the hoof prints of Unearthly Trance and Serpentine Path before them. But while the trio’s new record Bread Solstice (Artificial Head Records) certainly warrants such comparisons, it also cuts a new path […]