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What better way to counter your Monday morning misery, than to catch some fresh and exclusive footage of Deerhunter playing in Manhattan last Friday? Probably one of the most hyped bands nowadays, Deerhunter have been cleaning up with monster critical acclaim from their latest album Halcyon Digest. Those lucky enough to get into the sold […]
If you’ve been listening to more ambient and electronic styles of music lately, Gold Panda‘s name pops up pretty often. Having seen this man hit the decks at Field Day in London this past summer, I will say that you are in for a huge treat. Below is his full schedule. Do not miss. 18 […]
We here at Freewilliamsburg are very excited about a few things. First, to be working with one of our favorite blogs ever, Stadiums and Shrines. Secondly, to be able to give you TEN HOURS of music with, in our humble opinion, one of the most engaging and exciting lineups at CMJ. And finally, we are […]
Remember that time at the waterfront you couldn’t stop dancing? Chances are that was Punches fault– a trio comprised of our favorite twin brothers, DJs Finger On The Pulse, and vocal man Alan Astor. Tonight these boys celebrate the release of their debut EP, Sleepless City, at Public Assembly and you’re all invited! Joined by […]
Miss last week’s Menomena show at Webster Hall? Probably not the wisest decision – this Portland based art rock trio put on quite the live gig, but rarely play in the Big Apple. It’s straight though, Freewilly and Big Ass Lens documented the experience on video, providing the next best thing to seeing them live. […]
Parts & Labor come to Glasslands on October 15th with Shy Child, Adult Themes, and Bunnies to debut some of their new material, set to release on an upcoming album early 2011 and since we love these guys so much and want to make sure you check out the live show (which happens to be […]
That’s a pretty stacked lineup. So if you want to see Gorillaz with a bunch of other legendary dudes, you might want to comment below for your chance to win a pair. Just sayin’…
I never went to prom. But if I had thought for even a second that it would resemble Gayngs’ show at Music Hall of Williamsburg last night, I might’ve reconsidered. It was like a packed house of the people who nobody realized were cool until we took off our glasses and let our hair down. […]
Saturday’s Superchief.tv 24hr non stop party in a Brooklyn warehouse space on Ten Eyck Street was off the hook. A positively reckless crowd turned the East Williamsburg Industrial Park location into a roving pit during the sets of local favorites like Ninjasonik, The Death Set and Team Robespierre. Below is some footage of aforementioned bands.