And marching, and chanting, and actually making some pretty goddamn good points about the economy. Check out the information on the Adbusters/Anonymous Occupy Wall Street Protest, watch their livestream, buy them pizza, or read the interviews with the protesters over at the Awl.
Monster Island is history, at least as far as their Williamsburg location goes. Word is, they are moving to Melrose St. in Bushwick. Last Saturday the art collective threw a final block party. Amongst the artists performing in- and outdoors was Cult of Youth. Video of their set’s last three songs is below.
Commuters that use the Williamsburg Bridge know the recent construction is making a melee on the Manhattan side. Walkers, runners, bikers and the assholes on nominally motorized scooters all are forced through a tiny, blind spot-ridden hell. Unfortunately, the end of construction will not alleviate these issues. The Department of Transportation released the above rendering […]
How did you survive Irene? Gorge yourself on canned goods? Swim in a bathtub of Poland Spring? Me? I evacuated, only to lose power in that apartment while my apartment stayed fine.
Last night Deer Tick closed out the free summer concert series at Pier 54. McCauley’s 90min set was charged with a lot of personal banter, not typically the kind of thing you’d expect to hear from an up and coming artist. Though, in the end it’s these authentic moments of unfiltered honesty that made this […]
Last night Cro-Mags, Fucked Up, Screaming Females and Pissed Jeans played a free admission show at House of Vans in Brooklyn. It was a dripping wet show all around, starting with a torrential downpour that hit a couple of thousand kids outside shortly before doors opened at 7pm. Once inside the drenched show goers were […]
‘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.