As the best season for Farmer’s Markets approaches, exciting news was announced by Community Markets this morning. Two additional farmers markets will open off the L line in Brooklyn on June 3rd and will run every Sunday from 11am-4pm until November 18th. The new farmer’s markets will be located at McGolrick Park in Greenpoint & […]
Rest In Peace August 5, 1964 – May 4, 2012 It is with great sadness that we confirm that musician, rapper, activist and director Adam “MCA” Yauch, founding member of Beastie Boys and also of the Milarepa Foundation that produced the Tibetan Freedom Concert benefits, and film production and distribution company Oscilloscope Laboratories, passed away […]
New York City dark gazers Vaura played a beautifully crushing set at Death by Audio last Saturday. Watch a video of the song “The Emanation” below. Grab a copy of their debut full length, now out on Weird.
This Friday legendary Death Metal outfit Autopsy will play their first show in New York City in 19 years. Make sure to grab an advance ticket for the Bell House shindig.
From last night’s show at Zebulon. Unfortunately we were not able to neither catch “Yosh” nor “Bee and Flower”. However, below is footage from Sondra and Sun Moon’s set. Sondra Sun-Odeon Sun Moon Even though we missed Yosh‘s performance yesterday, earlier this year we captured her show at Saint Vitus in Greenpoint. Watch it below […]
Weirdness is on its way… PSYCHOJELLY (aztec economy) is a multimedia performance with live music and video detailing a narrative involving radioactive jelly, turtle eggs, floppy discs, James Bond, and cold war escapism set in eastern-bloc Bulgaria in the 1980s. Aztec Economy has presented shows at the Obie-Award Winning Ice Factory at the Ohio Theater […]
Child Abuse are about to embark on a European tour and played a warm-up show last night at Secret Project Robot. Also on the bill was Oneida’s Kid Millions, performing a set full of free jazz improv congeniality with Jim Sauters. Sandwiched in between, were Normal Love. Rest assured, there’s nothing ‘normal’ about those guys […]
Wires Under Tension simply destroyed at 285 Kent last Saturday. Watch a 2 song video edit of their performance below.
Instrumental ‘post-rockers’ This Will Destroy You were in town to play a couple of shows. We caught them at 285 Kent in Brooklyn. Watch a 3 song edit below.
Brooklyn Indie favorites Life Size Maps played 285 Kent. Watch a video edit of “Weird Luck” from Saturday’s performance below.