Heard those horror stories about getting kicked out of illegal lofts and scared it could happen to you? This meeting is for you, helpfully organized by our one and only Ryan Kuonen (who represents some of you burg folks on Community Board 1): Basement @ Lutheran Church of the Messiah 129 Russell St Wednesday, December […]
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church is the place to be on Saturday for those who make visual art or just like to look at it. Saturday from 12pm-8pm the house of worship at 275 N. 8th Street between Havemeyer Street and Union Avenue, will host indy comic book illustrators, painters, designers, and craftspersons in […]
Last night Black Dice played ‘The Schoolhouse’ in Bushwick. Lots of energy, both on and off stage. Their newer material seems to have a slightly harsher touch to it as compared to the free-psych-hypno-beats that marked the band’s artistic exploration in recent years. There’s more of an industrial vibe now, still very groovy but notably […]
The commerce, the food, the fashion, the lights, the parasites? So New York is cutting edge, and now Paris is trying to keep up. According to Paris City Hall, the Parisians are starting to experience a paranoia New Yorkers know all too well: bedbugs. From Reuters: An employee at the public health section of Paris’ […]
“People are more violently opposed to fur than leather because it’s safer to harass rich women than motorcycle gangs.” –Unknown Sunday night, at the House of Yes, here in Williamsburg, a new line of fur heavy fashion will debut in a show called Nutria Palooza. It’s billed as a cruelty-free alternative to traditional fur fashions. […]
According to unofficial returns, New York’s voter turnout was the lowest in the country this year. It was lower this past midterm than in the past 30 years. C’mon New Yorkers. Sure, the Republicans put up a joke of a ticket this year, even though two Senate seats and the governorship were up for grabs, […]
University of the Streets is a sweet little not for profit community space in the East Village. Its very own living room/artist loft vibe made for a perfect environment for Mike Pride’s Quartet “From Bacteria To Boys”. Last night the band played two sets, both about an hour long, showcasing material from the recently released […]
Zachary Cale was at Zebulon last night. Accompanied by Alfra Martini, the duo performed songs from Zach’s upcoming full length named “Noise of Welcome”. Below is a two song video edit of the show.
+++NOT SAFE FOR WORK+++NOT SAFE FOR WORK+++NOT SAFE FOR WORK+++ On Friday night Providence, RI noise rock band Tinsel Teeth brought their very own brand of punk ruckus to the basement of Cake Shop. Please be advised that the below video edit of the set’s last 10 minutes contains what some might consider STRONG NUDITY. […]
Skeleton$ Big Band played a killer set at (le) Poisson Rouge on Sunday. Why this band hasn’t yet blown up in a Dirty Projectors kind of way is a slightly beyond me. Below is a video edit of the first and last song from last night’s shindig. .