Tag Archives: walkmen

2010 (TOP 10)

by qc staff Check out Quiet Color’s staff picks for the ten best albums of the year. We’ve provided you with some thoughts (after the jump) on each record that made the QC cut, plus a “best of” mixtape for you to jam to. Enjoy!

AGING WITH YOUR MUSIC

by tim howard This is an open letter to anybody who has ever claimed they’re ‘too old for this’. Once upon a time, youth was seen as the basic tenet for rock & roll. Its listeners were young rebels, gleeful in the freedoms unfurled by the 50s and expanded on in the 60s. The performers, [...]

INDIE NEWS REEL: 5/28

by charles poladian Ah, Memorial Day is gone. A little too humid for my tastes, but what can you do. It did not rain and I hit plenty of BBQ’s. With that being said, there tends to be a bit of a lull. Maybe it’s the food; maybe it’s the people forgetting to get back [...]

THE QC LIVE GUIDE: APRIL 15 – 21

by neil roberts For the past week I’ve been meditating every morning, first thing when I wake up. It’s helping create a clarity through which creativity freely flows. The winds of change are blowing through the newly blooming trees. Here’s something a draftsman I know sent me today about change. Be sure to check out [...]

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 [...]

LISTEN TO THE WALKMEN

by kevin diamond Sometimes, when I listen to The Walkmen, I feel like I’m glimpsing a past that hasn’t happened yet. The vintage reverb that drenches their recordings transport me backwards along the time-space continuim, yet the carefully constructed melodies, bleeding, pleating drumbeats, and howling, haunting vocals seem to come from some unexplored chasm of [...]

LOW VS. DIAMOND

by phil miller Maybe late night television is still good for something. David Letterman has always been known to support indie rock and have dope musical acts on his show. Two nights ago, I caught a cool performance from the band Low vs Diamond, out of LA area. The song they performed is called Heart [...]

SPOON BULLETIN ON MYSPACE

by alex p So I love discovering random shit about bands I like on MySpace, but I HATE finding out that I’m a dumb ass. Via their recent MS bulletin, Spoon announced another tour date in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. I also learned that they are playing a show in Fort Lauderdale with the Walkmen as [...]