August seems pretty quiet on the show-front but at least the weekends are still strong and we’re still very much in free-summer-concert season. Providing the weather can hold out there are plenty of reasons to be outside in the coming days, so switch your brain off and try to enjoy yourselves.
As enjoyable as CMJ is (see our review), being back on a more regular routine is highly comforting. Although as apartment heaters begin creaking back to life, the change of seasons seems to be taking it’s toll on immune systems though, so be careful out there and drink your fair share of hot toddies or scotch […]
Fun for all the family, They Might Be Giants play two matinee shows at Music Hall of Williamsburg on the 28th of June, the first set (info) is at 12:30pm and the second (info) follows at 3:30pm. The event description sums up what will happen perfectly: Like unicorns, a They Might Be Giants kids show […]
The weather looks like it should be pretty nice again this weekend, and yes the L train still sucks, but you can work around it. Remember to hit up the Numero pop-up store and load up on records. After enjoying the outdoors during the day, there are some fine evening options for you.
Greetings, let’s cast aside these tenebrific last few days and look to that which brings the most effulgent of feelings: the weekend. I can’t say I’m being terribly helpful at this point, given that three of the best five options are already sold out, but I don’t make the rules.
“The Catskills is the new Williamsburg. There, I said it! There is more artisanal pork being butchered there than anywhere else.” — John Flansburgh of the great, They Might Be Giants. Read the rest of the interview over at Gothamist where Flansburgh discusses the band’s new album “Join Us“, Witch House and the Williamsburg Waterfront […]
I am pretty jealous of the handful of A.V. Club staffers who got the chance to sit in on, and scream along with, They Might Be Giants. The band picked from a short list of songs for the Undercover series, choosing to perform “Tubthumping” the late-’90s anthem to…drinking? Getting back up? It is an amazingly […]
A.V. Club has this series called Undercover where bands come in and choose from a master list of cover songs. Titus Andronicus stopped by recently and covered the awesome classic They Might Be Giants song “Birdhouse in Your Soul.” Sonically, it kind of sounds like shit. But in that cool, at a punk show, can’t […]