This weekend is mostly about established greats and not having regrets for missing out (having seen a Beatle already this week that sentiment is certainly apt). We’ve got you covered for various decades and genres this time out so hopefully there is a little for everyone.
Spoon released their ninth album, Hot Thoughts, back in March via Matador Records; a return to the label that released their debut album back in 1996. Produced by Dave Friedman, it’s the first Spoon album to not feature any acoustic guitar, the signature hooks remain but there’s an extra bounce in their step. The band have been touring pretty solidly […]
I know I’ve been a stranger lately. The truth is, between my yoga training, a trip to Croatia and 9,000 weddings, I’ve barely had a chance to chill, let alone hit the dance floor. Well now that the 200-hour certificate is in hand, my bags are unpacked and the last fitting has been completed, I’m not […]
Let’s try not to die in the heat this weekend, remember the stay hydrated and see plenty of good bands. You can even see some great outdoor shows this weekend too, so be careful out there.
If you didn’t get a chance to see LCD Soundsystem’s return to NYC in April it looks like you will now have plenty more chances. The band will be playing 7 more nights at Brooklyn Steel starting THIS Friday. This move is kind of surprising, but I guess after tickets were going for $300 on […]
Happy 4/20, everyone! It has been a hectic couple of weeks and rolls need to be slowed, which is somewhat reflected in the recommendations this week.
We return once again to our regular schedule after a weekend away to witness another regular occurrence, sporting heartache at the hands feet of my local team. Throw in a much lighter wallet coupled with some jetlag and it sounds like a bit of a waste of time, but much like music, you don’t get […]
Things to consider: anyone who has ever deemed themselves a fan of LCD Soundsystem knows loss, disappointment, and the aching void left unfilled in the absence of a band they love. In 2011, it wasn’t ‘see you later,’ but ‘goodbye for good’—or so the fans believed. There was no implication of this being a publicity […]
Brooklyn’s newest club Brooklyn Steel opens tonight in East Williamsburg/Bushwick. We’d rather have more DIY spaces like Shea Stadium in the neighborhood, but we have to admit that the space looks pretty cool. It’s a rocky start for the 1,900 square foot venue at 319 Frost Street
Brooklyn Steel is set to open in 2017 at 319 Frost Street in Williamsburg. Confirmed acts thus far include The Decemberists, Pixies, PJ Harvey and more. From Bowery Presents: Brooklyn Steel is the largest general admission venue in Brooklyn, with a capacity of approximately 1,800. With Music Hall of Williamsburg, Rough Trade and now Brooklyn […]