Last night Death By Audio threw a Christmas Party at Secret Project Robot’s new Bushwick location. A Place To Bury Strangers closed out the night in their most typical fashion. A video edit of the songs “Don’t save your love” and “Dead Beat” is below.
::Den Svarta Fanan:: Joe Merolla – bass Nonoko Yoshida – alto Weasel Walter – drums Greatness
We miss McCarren Pool as a place to see bands.
A couple of weeks ago, not so Youth(ful) of Today played a low key show at The Acheron in East Williamsburg. Say what you will, but the 100 people that squeezed into the tiny space loved the shit out of it.
Of Stardust took place last night at St.Vitus Bar in Greenpoint. Free wine and cookies accompanied fine art. Not the worst way to spend a Thursday night.
Last night All Hands Electric held a CMJ showcase at Union Pool. Virginia Plain and Zachary Cale footage is below. If I’m not totally mistaken, this was Virgina Plain’s stage debut, and a very promising one at that.
Monster Island is history, at least as far as their Williamsburg location goes. Word is, they are moving to Melrose St. in Bushwick. Last Saturday the art collective threw a final block party. Amongst the artists performing in- and outdoors was Cult of Youth. Video of their set’s last three songs is below.
Last night Reggie Watts played “The Palms” in Queens. At one point members of the Lady Circus got on the stage to do an impromptu dance. A video edit of it is posted below.
The day before hurricane Irene was supposed to hit New York City, the end of the world was celebrated on a Bushwick roof top. Among the Artists performing that night was Vuk from Finland.
Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York City 2011 Produced on the day that hurricane Irene hit the East Coast.