There is a plethora of great goings on this weekend in Brooklyn. With Disco/Deep House Berliners, Session Victim at Cameo and NY’s favorite king of underground House, Levon Vincent at Output, Friday is looking up! Saturday continues with secretly located events like Bespoke promotions’ bringing funky Cologne duo, andhim as well as no cover options […]
Free Williamsburg is happy to announce a 2013 CMJ Music Marathon showcase collaboration with Cameo and Believe Digital. Taking place on the last day of the festival, Saturday October 19th at Cameo Gallery, France’s Télépopmusik (Splendid Music) will headline a lineup with support from Dream Koala (Splendid Music) and Betty Black (Kid Recordings). It will be Télépopmusik’s first […]
With its weekend crowds and its surplus of shops and eateries, navigating North 6th street can be as confounding as it is invigorating. There’s the overcrowded tourist trap known as Sea. There’s Future Perfect where beautiful, artisan-crafted statement armchairs, are displayed in a storefront only blocks away from more affordable wares at Artists n’ Fleas. […]
Don't Stop To Look by pow wow! See them tonight at Cameo before they head to Austin! pow wow! is the brainchild of the Eddie & Jeff Nazareno, brothers originally from the suburbs of Northern New Jersey and currently based in Astoria, Queens. After performing as a duo at a number of venues in the […]
Last year we told you: no one in Brooklyn rocks harder than The Naked Heroes. This year we’re telling you again: These guys are fucking amazing. Not only do they have an ass-kicking new record, Demon the Whiskey Down, out now, they’ve been turned into a fucking comic. By Benjamin Marra. Of Vice Magazine. You […]
As our previous article notes, he’s playing with Ablehearts at Cameo tonight. But have you seen the insane experimental WTF that is the Bombay video? Watch full screen. NSFW! EL GUINCHO | Bombay from MGdM | Marc Gómez del Moral on Vimeo. Or if in case you are feeling a different pace, check out SOARS […]
Can’t front on the freeness! One of our favorite up and coming bands, Grandfather, are making it easy on our wallets this weekend. On Saturday evening they’ll release their Steve Albini engineered debut, Why I’d Try, with a free album release show at Cameo Gallery at the Lovin Cup Cafe on North 6th street.
Their debut LP has been getting major drop on the BAL record player. These New Yorkers create dynamic, intense and violent psychedelic rock. Their album is available for free on their website, grandfathermusic.com, and handmade CDs and vinyl will be for sale at the show.
Should make for a proper, free evening – doors at 10:30, band at 11 sharp.
Big Ass Lens captured the band at the Knitting Factory a few months back, video after the jump.
Its a party on N6th Street, bring you bikinis and sunblock and get ready for some dancing in this year’s solstice. You heard ’em… get your butts over to Lovin’ Cup to catch some live tunes on a flatbed truck parked in the street. Hank & Cupcakes just took the stage, and will be followed […]