Wordless music that screams louder than Slayer’s “Angel of Death”. Controlled Bleeding and Zilmrah live at the Silent Barn last night.
Agalloch was at (Le) Poisson Rouge last night. Below is the first song (“Into the Painted Grey”) from their sold out show. After doors were opened, people ran to the front row like it was a Metallica show. THIS I have not seen in quite a while!
Williamsburg, meet the grand ol’ awesomeness that hit the Silent Barn like a growling tornado last night: Deathcrush and Altaar.
Phil DePaolo, a Williamsburg resident for 32 years, filmed this unidentified glowing thingamajig around 11pm Monday night over the streets of the neighborhood. He said it vanished within 15 minutes. Rumor has it they came to Earth for brunch around 1pm, had one too many bloody marys and stayed all day. DePaolo caught their escape. […]
Melvin Van Peebles and his band, Laxative, played two sets at Zebulon last night, both were about an hour long. Below is a video montage of two songs (Chippin’ and Quittin’ Time), one from each set. Van Peebles is a man of the people, which he managed to prove last night. Without the slightest sign […]
Sam Mickens played the Silent Barn last night. Below is footage of him covering Bowie and a few of his own jams.
Below is footage from Religious To Damn’s show last night at Union Pool, as well as their new music video. “Black Sand”, the song that closed out the night, was a live premiere and is included in our video montage. After the jump: A video edit of Man’s Gin
Shoegazers Tamaryn and Religious to Damn were at the newly ‘renovated’ Don Hill’s last night. Funny enough the place doesn’t look like it received a make over at all. It is now sporting a faux CBGB’s style. Tamaryn will also be at PS1 this Saturday for a free 4pm show. Religious to Damn can be […]
The Bloomberg administration and City Council have a new plan to help New York residents along the water deal with crowded subways and fewer bus routes. A new and improved ferry service is scheduled to provide all day service along the East River starting in June. The ferries are getting a guaranteed $9 million in […]
In case you haven’t yet noticed, Paul Lemos’ legendary experimental and avantgarde outfit Controlled Bleeding is back in action. Last night they were at Cake Shop, ripping through 30 minutes of shredding prog rock. What’s your excuse for not having been there? Below are a few more clips of recent appearances