Tag Archives: vivian girls

BK VENUE REVIEW: DON PEDRO

by amy davis Don Pedro makes no apologies for being unlike your typical mod Williamsburg haunts. Gritty and loving it, this Brooklyn music venue/eatery fully embraces the well-worn characteristics that keep it hovering that thin line between the adjectives frequently describing it as rustic and downright dive-bar chic. No, no, no, this Old New York venue [...]

QC LIVE GUIDE: 5/6 – 5/13

by neil roberts In the South of India, people used to catch monkeys in a very special way. Actually, they let monkeys catch themselves. What they did is cut a small hole in a coconut, just large enough for a monkey to put its hand in. Next, they fixed the coconut to a tree, and [...]

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 [...]

DEER TICK ANNOUNCES TOUR DATES

by rico Deer Tick fans rejoice. The band has announced a tour that kicks off at Bowery Ballroom in NYC on February 13th. Rumor has it that John McCauley used to be a scrawny little dude who’d dabble with guitar as a young teenager. Now he’s the golden boy of the indie folk scene thanks [...]

QC MIXTAPE VOL. 19 (OCT 26 – NOV 1)

by bmac Some random changes to the site this week. We switched up the navigation and were able to get some test polls working. I think the site’s organized a lot better now. Which reminds me – feel free to hit us up with questions, criticism, or ideas regarding the designs of the site. Drop [...]

DARGERISM

by emily smith Dargerism: Haunted, Self Taught, Mythical, Twisted, Introspective, Tripped Out Henry Darger (1892-1973) was an emotionally tormented reclusive artist whose work is more shocking than crafted. The man lived inside a haunted head. Darger’s most famous work, Realms of the Unreal, is a bound epic collection of fictional stories about abuse, repression, good [...]

CMJ DAY 3: TWO ROADS DIVERGED

by kevin For Day 3 of CMJ I took my own path, exploring the anti-CMJ faction of this week-long fest. Like all good festivals, sometimes the best shows can be found on the fringes. And no one knows how to master the fringe like Todd P. You should be familiar with Mr. P by now [...]