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.
The Body and Braveyoung, live on stage at Saint Vitus.
That time of year has come and gone. The gifts are given and received, the parties attended, and we’re all finally tired of holiday music. By now, you’ve no doubt noticed the disregarded, bygone Christmas trees littering the streets of Williamsburg, and the truth is, there are many different ways to get rid of them. […]
If one were to listen to either Givers or Yellow Ostrich’s 2011 debut they’d expect a very different live show from both bands than what occurred last night. Both on their records lean towards the pop end of indie pop but live bring an energy that can only to be described as youthful. Together they […]
::Den Svarta Fanan:: Joe Merolla – bass Nonoko Yoshida – alto Weasel Walter – drums Greatness
Today our favorite soccer team, FC St.Pauli, takes on Dynamo Dresden at the Millerntor in Hamburg, Germany. The match will be shown on the big screen at the East River Bar in Williamsburg at 7pm. Come on out and join the East River Pirates‘ chants. Or just have a few affordable quality drinks and enjoy […]
We miss McCarren Pool as a place to see bands.
Tomorrow, Saturday 19th, the East River Pirates and East River Bar host a charity auction for Viva con Agua. Viva con Agua de Sankt Pauli is a charitable organisation based in St. Pauli, Hamburg, Germany, campaigning for clean drinking water worldwide. Aside from amazing items like an all inclusive trip (air fare, hotel, VIP match […]
Not that it needed to be confirmed, but the men in blue have clearly lost their minds. They are now writing tickets for moving between train cars via the rear end doors. Yes, even if the train sits in the station. This will set you back $75. ‘Witnessed’ yesterday on the L-train at 8th ave.