Last night, I was fortunate to check out the √ìl√∂f Arnalds show at the Scandinavia house. I say fortunate because I had never had a chance to see the Icelandic songstress live and it was by far one of my favorite shows this year. The setting was intimate, and she used it to her advantage–engaging […]
Just pick one of their videos and input it into yooouuutuuube.com. It’s a new site that allows you to simultaneously view every frame of a video on YouTube. Now, if only they were able to do it with the audio, then we’d have some pretty amazing remixes. AC, Winter’s Love Live Via BOOOOOOOM!
Maybe we all had mothers who made our Halloween costumes and taught us how to sew. Whatever it is, Brooklynites are the best at making their own duds. This weekend you can get the best of the best at the Lyceum for under $30. Check it out: We want everyone to thrive in this sucky […]
“Epic Fail”, Lolcats, and Denial of Service Attacks are all presents that have be granted to us by the lovely 4chaners. If you have never been introduced to 4Chan, then now is the time to definitely learn because Moot was just voted Time’s most influential person. And, this was no small feat. Anonymous spent many […]
When I first moved to Greenpoint, there were two publications I checked out to get my bearings. The first I now write for– the second was the Williamsburg Greenpoint News & Arts. Proving that it’s never too late to go digital, the publication has just launched its new website. Here’s what they had to say: […]
c/o Pak If you are not easily deterred by the rain, there is a pretty great show happening inside artist space Secret Project Robot tonight. The much (deserved) hyped avant garde sunny pop of Ducktails will be complimented by the smooth dance grooves of Javelin. After seeing Javelin play the Graffiti Research Lab’s MoMA after […]
Custom instruments. Bent Festival is this week. As part of the festivities, 3rd Ward will hold a special “hacked music event” tonight. This is your chance to meet future music pioneers before they continue to release limited edition 7 inches that your son picks up at an estate sale and starts jamming to. NEW YORK […]
My two favorite mediums are the visual arts and music. So, it’s a no brainer that I would be excited for the Visual Music Marathon happening tomorrow in Chelsea. What makes me even more amped is that we have works from people allover the world represented. The 2009 Visual Music Marathon will be held at […]
Volta, Installation View: Maria Nepomuceno, c/o Marcio Botner, A GENTIL CARIOCA GALLERY The Armory Show is a mecca for the who’s who in the international art scene. More importantly, it always offers dealers, curators, critics, collectors, artists and other art luminaries the ability to party and network in the name of the emerging art scene. […]
c/o Yoko Sawai A week or so ago I popped into the Cake Shop to hear the musical meanderings of Japanese experimental musician OORUTAICHI as well as Rings side project Drawlings and Lights. While musically the bands seemed pretty disparate, it was a surprisingly entertaining set. I wish more of you had been there.