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DO IT YOURSELF *Episode 4* LIGHTS OUT @ MARKET HOTEL

still photo & edit by joe perez / shot by muggsy and koster We’re up to episode 4 in our ‘Do It Yourself‘ vodcast series and we’re going doco with a portrait of Market Hotel during its infamous “shut down” in February 2010. During a private shoot with QC last year, members of the bands [...]

DO IT YOURSELF *Episode 3* WILDBIRDS & PEACEDRUMS

edited by muggsy Part 3 of Quiet Color’s ‘Do It Yourself‘ video series takes us to Bushwick, Brooklyn and the living room/art gallery/Brooklyn D.I.Y. venue Fort Useless. It was a cold and gray day in NYC when we met with husband and wife Andreas Werliin and Mariam Wallentin, more aptly known as the Swedish indie [...]

MID-WEEK MUSIC MIX

by judy denchenstein â–º With the World Cup going down in June, it’s a good time to highlight South African music. Duncan Brooker and Francis Gooding successfully compiled an album of classic South African music from the 60′s and 70′s. Next Stop … Soweto is already out digitally and hits stores on March 2nd. This [...]

UMAMI BANQUET IN BUSHWICK

by felix [Editor's note: tickets to this event are currently sold out but a few wait list spots will open up 30 minutes prior to start time.] The hipster citizens of Bushwick are at it again. These people have some serious neighborhood initiative. Already heavy influences behind the Open Studios art fest, the Bushwick Department [...]

KAKI KING + MOUNTAIN GOATS THIS WEEKEND

by misky I used to pay rent for a room in Kaki King‘s old apartment at the Mckibbon Lofts in Bushwick. She was in Europe touring so it was me, a dangerously quiet tattoo artist, an effeminate actor dude prone to emotional outbursts, a tall Jewish graduate student guy who looked like Weird Al, and [...]

BUSHWICK OPEN STUDIOS 2008

by thesis jones (photo by danee voorhees) The neighborhood battles will wage on forever in New York city. The wise will realize that art is everywhere. Bushwick Open Studios flashes that reality in a non-profit weekend arts festival where neighborhood residents (and their artwork) are the exhibits. From movie screenings, gallery openings, art installations, and performance [...]