Monthly Archives: September 2009

DANGEROO DUO

by pelly ra Our talented collection of friends have created another musical extension. Neil from Kansas and Ofir from Israel are the experimental duo: Dangeroo. With thick guitar riffs, enigmatic percussion, and a glorious conch shell, these sounds are fresh and authentic. The innovative odd couple recorded their first EP in Kisses loft last month. [...]

MOBY LIVE

by cheryl santa maria As I stood near the stage, sandwiched in between a pair of what had to be the biggest dim wits in the Northern hemisphere, I was about ready to clock someone. “Hey girl, it would be so ace if we took pictures with my Blackberry and then posted them to my [...]

TUESDAY TRAXX

by tatio herring ► The Lips are back, and they aren’t fucking around. Reminiscent of their noisier, pre-Soft Bulletin hayday, the lead off track from their upcoming Embryonic is a jam and a half. They recently performed it on The Colbert Report, with Steve Drozd playing a combination guitar/guitarhero controller. There is no other band [...]

THE HOUSE (& DUB) REPORT: A LOOK BACK

by ND McCray In this House (& Dub) installment we highlight some of the funkier dub releases of this past Summer. We touch on Chromeo’s latest and offer belated praise to Neil Landstrumm, Raffertie, and Peaches for their stellar ’09 releases. Enjoy the report.. ► Chromeo / I Can’t Tell You Why – (DJ_KiCKS/electro-funk) / [...]

WOODEN BIRDS & GREAT LAKE SWIMMERS

by eliza czander After a couple of days of great acts passing through our beloved city, Sunday night was a fantastic cap to this past weekend. The Wooden Birds and Great Lake Swimmers played the Bowery Ballroom and lord was it lovely.  The Wooden Birds hit the stage first and front man Andrew Kenny instantly [...]

QC MIXTAPE VOL. 57 (SEP 21 – 28)

by bmac Pop Out Player “Remember that you are a human being with a soul and the divine gift of articulate speech: that your native language is the language of Shakespeare and Milton and The Bible; and don’t sit there crooning like a bilious pigeon.” ►George Bernard Shaw Get all the jams from last week [...]

MORE ART VOL. 3: UPCOMING ART IN OCTOBER

by marissa bea As a new month (and rent day) approaches we thought we’d do you the favor of highlighting some upcoming cultural activity before your mind becomes consumed by costumes and drunken ghosts. Book fairs, festivals, screenings, and pickles are gearing up to dominate the great month of October, so here are a few [...]

LIVE (& EDITED) VID OF HEALTH @ BOWERY

by devin rogerino Our pal Devin Rogerino has been putting together some live show edits mixing together concert footage with b-roll. His Deerhoof installment was awesome and I’m digging this follow up of “Die Slow” from Health’s Bowery Ballroom show on 9/24. Enjoy your weekend.

MORE RANDOM WKEND VIDEO

by james siciliano Keeping with our weekend video infusion, here’s another vid of white kids rapping from our friends at Pizza Comedy in L.A. – The 90′s references alone, make this worth watching. Check D2daP’s “Old School”..

DOOM: UNEXPECTED GUESTS

by greg dybec Back in April of this year I wrote a review on Doom’s much anticipated reemergence back into the hip-hop game with his album Born Like This. I had concluded that review by stating that I expect to see a lot more from my favorite masked man in the near future. Well it’s [...]