+++CANCELLED+++CANCELLED+++ CANCELLED+++CANCELLED+++CANCELLED+++ You’d think VISA issues should be sorted out by the time one agrees to playing shows here. Apparently not so much in the case of German national, FM Einheit. His scheduled performance at The Acheron on 10/31 is cancelled for this very reason, VISA issues. FM Einheit, the only legitimate (former) creative force […]
In what might have been the single most awesome show of the year, the eruptive forces unleashed last night by On the Might of Princes at Saint Vitus equaled a category 5 hurricane. Watch the beginning and end of their set below, plus footage from surprise guest Garrison.
Last night after a sold out show at Music Hall, Texas is the Reason ‘crashed’ the Gameface/On the might of Princes happening at Saint Vitus for a short 15 minute late night set. Video of that is below, alongside edits of the other two bands.
Last night at 285 Kent Ave. Cold Showers and Weekend.
Last night, Brooklyn’s Stooges and MC5 infused Call of the Wild set The Acheron on fire with a flame throwing set of high octane rock. A video edit of the song Autobahn is below.
Williamsburg Fashion Weekend happened last Friday and Saturday at Windmill Studios. Below are video edits of all of Saturday’s designers showcasing their Spring/Summer 2013 collection. You can check out Friday’s designers here.
The eleventh season of Williamsburg Fashion Weekend will be held at Windmill Studios NYC, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn on Friday, September 14th and Saturday, September 15th. Detailed info after the jump
After Riot Fest at Williamsburg Park was cancelled due to the tornado that hit the city, Descendents and Hot Water Music headed over to Saint Vitus to play a free and intimate show. 20 minutes after the show was announced, 800 people clogged the sidewalk in front of the small Greenpoint bar. 300 (give or […]
Last Saturday experimental avant-garde crew “Silver Process” played on a roof in Bushwick. The five-piece created a live score to Jess Franco’s trash classic “Die Säge des Todes“. The personnel for this special performance was Joe Merolla – cello, Chuck Bettis – electronics, Dave Miller – percussion, Jeff Tobias – alto saxophone and Dylan Angell […]
Watch clips of Wild Nothing and DIIV playing River Rocks at Pier 84 last night. This was hands down the longest line I have seen for a (free) show since that infamous 77Boadrum performance in Dumbo back in 2007. Thousands of people. Good times.