‘Dreams were made for Mortals’ was a one day group show held on Sunday July 24th at St. Vitus Bar in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Curated by Karlynn Holland Hosted by David Castillo, Samantha Marble, and St. Vitus Bar Artists the displayed works (some of which is included in the video below): Mick Barr, Lee Bartow, Dallas […]
Swirlies and Psychedelic Horseshit stopped by the Beekman Beergarden at South Street Seaport yesterday. Video edits of both bands are below.
Last night at Union Pool, Yorba Linda.
“River Rocks” kicked off at Pier 54 last night with performances by tUnE-yArDs and Austra. I have everyone made it into the the show as the line outside the venue was insane. This must have been the biggest show on the Pier since Matt & Kim in 2009. Video edits of both artists are below.
Despite having called it quits earlier this year, last night Yuppicide played with the Bouncing Souls at Highline Ballroom. Before the show Yuppicide’s singer Jesse Jones broke into the Metropolitan Museum and snatched an Alexander McQueen creation. Kiddin’. The piece called “Madd Swan” was designed by Gym De Meo and inspired by movies such as […]
Did you hear? The Brooklyn Paper and L Magazine are reporting that Brooklyn’s beaches are full of raw sewage. That’s right, as you can see below, the National Resources Defense Council is reporting that between 4% and 9% of the times water from Coney Island beaches was sampled, the levels of bacteria exceeded the state […]
Tinsel Teeth brought their naughty ruckus to Death by Audio last night. Below is a video edit of the last 10+ minutes.
Lower Dens and Dirty Beaches played the Seaport Pier 17 last night as part of the ongoing Seaport Music Festival. Video edits of both bands are below.
The Seaport Music Festival Season kicked off last night with performances from The Ghost of a Sabre Tooth Tiger and Blood Orange. Video of both artists is below. Upcoming shows: July 1 Lower Dens and Dirty Beaches 7pm. July 8 The Wake with special guests Weekend 7pm July 15 The Radio Dept. and Asobi Seksu […]
The reformed Bush Tetras played a warehouse show on 285 Kent Ave last night. Below is a video edit of the songs “You can’t be funky” and “Motorhead”.