It’s been a while guys! I’ve been focusing on other endeavors, but now I’m back and there’s no better way to start anew than some Primus photos! Les, Ler and Jay played an intimate (for them) 2+ hour show at Music Hall of Williamsburg on [...]
Le Poisson Rouge hosted a benefit for the much maligned Planned Parenthood organization on Thursday night. Apparently the whole thing was the brainchild of Best Coast frontwoman Bethany Cosentino and raised a good deal of money to help the cause. Those Darlins played in support [...]
Thanks to Coors Light, Noone Ever Really Dies came back to New York with another free show. Setlist and pictures below! N.E.R.D @ Highline Ballroom 5/31/11 I Wanna Jam Sacred Temple The Man She Wants To Move Backseat Love God Bless Us All Sooner Or [...]
Wow. That’s the only word I can use to describe the party that went down at MoMA’s annual fundraiser. Over an hour of hits in a (somewhat) intimate setting. And an appearance from that friend of Kanye’s. Jay something. Amazing. Pictures below.
Another amazing Ninjasonik mixtape, another rager. This go around with help from Naeem Juwan and the inimitable Theophilus London.
Iggy and the Stooges. Shellac. Raekwon. GZA. Hope Sandoval. The Breeders. Wooden Shjips. Jim Jarmusch. These are just a few of the names that came to the Catskill Mountains for a weekend of music and hijinks. There’s not much that can be said about ATP. [...]
They’re baaaack! It took a while to get off the ground, but July 11 marked the return of JellyNYC’s Pool Parties series to Brooklyn. While being back in last years setting of the Williamsburg Waterfront, one noticed several marked changes upon entering. The biggest, obviously, [...]
The collaboration between technology giant Intel and Vice had all the makings of one giant clusterfuck, but much to many’s surprise, after the poorly organized registration, that the event went off without a hitch. After picking up a complimentary beverage and burger, most of the [...]
Pharrell Williams, Chad Hugo and Shae Haley, aka N.E.R.D made their way back to Brookyln for a free gig at the glorious Brooklyn Bowl. It was a short albeit sweet set. The trio, backed by dual drum kits, keys and strings paraded through a couple [...]