Surf Rock Is Dead – ‘Existential Playboy’
Brooklyn-based dream-pop duo unveils shimmering new album
DIIV @ The Warsaw
The first of three shows in New York, DIIV electrified the Brooklyn crowd. Promoting their new album Deceiver, DIIV had the Warsaw singing to old and new songs along with bringing the house down during their encore.
Foals @ Brooklyn Steel
British rock band Foals, out on tour in support of their fifth record “Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 1,” played a three-night stand at Brooklyn Steel on April 12-14. Check out photos from a packed Night 2.
Arthur Buck at Music Hall of Williamsburg
On Thursday, September 20, Arthur Buck graced the stage of Music Hall of Williamsburg. The project of Joseph Arthur and Peter Buck played a stunning set of originals from their eponymous debut album as well as some choice covers and Arthur’s classic “In the Sun.” Elijah Wolf opened.
Bat Fangs at Baby’s All Right
On Saturday, August 19, Bat Fangs played the middle slot of an awesome three band bill at Baby’s All Right in Brooklyn. Moon Racer opened and The Love Language capped off the night.
The Breeders at BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival
The final free concert of the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival was a great pairing of The Breeders with openers Speedy Ortiz. What a great night of music it was.
Phoenix at Brooklyn Steel
Phoenix brought their Ti Amo Speciale tour to Brooklyn for a SOLD OUT 5 night residency at Brooklyn Steel. It certainly was speciale!
A Dashboard Confessional Review
The future continues to shine on Dashboard Confessional.
Whiner Playing FREE April Residency at Sunnyvale, BK
A really good, really free show. Every Tuesday in April.
Hotline releases the new single “Anywhere Else”
10am is out March 23rd on digital and cassette via GP Stripes.
Jungle at Elsewhere
After a three year absence, Jungle lit up Elsewhere with songs old and new. The sold out crowd danced to every beat and cheered after every song as if it was the last. The atmosphere was electric – perhaps the only people grinning bigger than the fans was the London band who seemed shocked to have the unrelenting and strong reception they received on that Saturday night.
The Drums at Brooklyn Steel
Johnny with his great dance moves
Yeah Yeah Yeahs at Kings Theater
After a four years the YYY had a Date With the Night for their homecoming show in NYC.
Review: Brand New at Kings Theater
The big sounds of the night were suddenly gone, replaced by a joint chorus of approximately 3,000 mouths, ending the night in communion.
Arc Waves Deliver Another Powerful Single “Geiger”
New Music to Get Lost In