Bear in Heaven at Glasslands Last night The Secret Machines and Bear in Heaven played a packed Glasslands. Along with openers PAPA, Noveller, and Mon Khmer, Glasslands was consistently full, with each band a new cycle of audience members would migrate and sift to the front of the stage. It does not bode well when […]
Last night Savoir Adore hosted the final show of their month long Cake Shop residency. Performing with Red Wire Black Wire, Ennui (hey! That’s another French band name!), and The Bloodsugars, Savoir Adore packed the venue with Indie-pop loving fans who sang along to even their new track tentatively titles, “Year of the Sparrow.” With […]
Tonight (Friday, February 19th) Secret Machines and Bear in Heaven are playing a show at Glasslands along with Mon Khmer, Noveller and PAPA. Doors open at 8:30. RSVP here to see Secret Machines, Bear in Heaven, Mon Khmer, Noveller, and PAPA for $12 (instead of the $15 at the door). Hey, if you can’t make […]
A shameless night of dancing and sweating is what I would call last night’s sold-out Hot Chip show at Music Hall of Williamsburg. It’s rare to see a massive crowd so willingly succumb to dance beats, but Hot Chip (and the happy hour specials) were able to entrance the crowd for their hour and a […]
Keepaway Last night Keepaway played at Webster Hall along with Oberhofer, Radical Dads, and Queen of Quartz. Baby faced Oberhofer recruited the entire (easily impressionable) NYU Class of 2012 to the show. However, Oberhofer impressed everyone with 21+ wristbands alike with their dual pop and rock sensibility– a garage band version of Vampire Weekend. Despite […]
Last night moody rock, boy/girl duo The Naked Hearts played a show at Cakeshop with The Nasties and Richie Folloin of Willowz’s side project Baby Fangs. Check out images from the show after the jump!
Friday night, Telepathe, Apache Beat, Boy Crisis and Brahms played at Glasslands. Glasslands recently upgraded its stage to include a cloud inspired art installation. (An upgrade from the Ikea lofted bed that functions as a balcony space.) The installation is extremely striking, especially in photographs. Every image ends up looking like it was taken in […]
Animal Collective debuted their music video for Brother Sport. Combining live action, animation, and costume scraps from Where The Wild Things Are, it’s a little trippy… and then it gets gross… and then it goes two minutes past my attention span. ENJOY!