Tag Archives: dodos

WHEN INDIE GOES COMMERCIAL

by liz levine At risk of appearing pretentious, it’s not difficult to admit that new music can be more fun to listen to when it’s obscure, when one discovers not a ubiquitous, studio-slick act, but rather has a more personal encounter: a sincere recommendation from a friend, a random band caught late night at a [...]

INDIE NEWS REEL: 6/24

by charles poladian (pixies pic by renaud monfourny) The Reel goes on even though summer seems to have retreated. The rain can put me in a mood, but there is so much new music it is hard to feel blue for too long. Looking on the bright side of things, some of our favorite bands [...]

INDIE NEWS REEL

by charles poladian With so much shit going on in the indie world, it’s nice to have the most important happenings of the past 1/2 week summarized in a couple sentences with accompanying headlines. Cue the QC Indie News Reel to catch us up multimedia style on some cool shit you may or may not [...]

WALKMEN & THE DODOS

by john cole.. (pics by elizabeth weinberg, jeremy harris, rob levin) Before I go into talking about the show, there were a couple things that were a bit annoying. For instance, Boost Mobile sponsoring the show, along with Jelly NYC. Boost Mobile really loves putting their logo wherever they can. There was a projection of [...]

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF SIREN MUSIC FESTIVAL

by kevin diamond (photographs by mel mccue) Coney Island hot dogs stored safely in belly, with a cold beer to keep them chilled, I advanced on the Main Stage at approximately 3:00 PM eastern standard time. The band about to play was The Dodos. 7 Hours later, full of beer and piss, feet hurting, body [...]