Wavves Grows Up, But (Luckily?) His Fans Don't

Last night, in celebration of the Northside Festival’s opening night, things got messy at the Knitting Factory– but not the kind of mess you may already associate with Nathan Williams (a.k.a. Wavves). I mean, of course, in that beer soaked slam dancing sort of way. And although some of his fans may not be on the path to adulthood just yet, according to his new band members the now frontman of Wavves, Williams, has quite possibly done some growing up [via]:

I left before Wavves took the stage after getting soaked in sweat scented beer (though the Village Voice caught me on the bright side), but let’s talk Dom and Cloud Nothings (and a live performance video that perfectly personifies them) after the jump.

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[PICS] Warpaint and Beach Fossils at the Knitting Factory 6.15.10

I cannot confess my love for Warpaint any further than saying that they are the sunshine induced sonic love child of HEALTH and Beach House, two FREEwilly favorites. I’ll let your love grow organically with this:

Welcome back Noisemakers, we’ve missed you! Here are some photos from last night’s show:

Ticket Giveaway: Robbers on High Street, The Bloodsugars, Israel Darling at Knitting Factory

Saturday night Engine Room Recordings is celebrating the release of Robbers on High Street‘s 7″ vinyl single “Electric Eye.” Marking a definitive move for the band’s sound, Electric Eye showcases Robbers’ newfound English rock sound.

As a part of the celebration, Engine Room is giving away a pair of tickets to Saturday’s Knitting Factory show with Robbers on High Street, The Bloodsugars, and Israel Darling. To sweeten the deal, Engine Room is throwing in a copy of the 7″ for you too! Enter the drawing by Tweeting the following at Free Williamsburg:

@freedubya I’ll steal those Robbers’ tix if I don’t win!

The winner will be Tweeted back at Friday at noon! If you don’t hear back from Freedubya, you can still snag tickets to Saturday’s Knitting Factory show for $8 here. And if you miss out on the show this Saturday, you can download the Electric Eye 7″ digitally on June 22nd.