Monthly Archives for July 2008
I don’t care if people may deem it uncool to still be a fan of The Killers. I almost bought a ticket for the Download Festival that they were playing and considered purchasing a ticket for their now sold out … Continue reading
The Nationwide Mercury Music Prize is a big deal in the UK. Last year I had the pleasure of watching the awards ceremony televised live on the BBC (take notes, America) from the comforts of my lovely South London kitchen. … Continue reading
So here it is; the album cover. Dig Out Your Soul is released in the UK on 6th Oct and in the US on Oct 7th. This date is drawing nearer and nearer and normally I’d be ecstatic about an … Continue reading
The hottest Central Park Summerstage event of the summer, was also one of the hottest days of the summer…coincidence? The temperatures peaked in the upper 90′s with scattered rain showers, but this didn’t deter my fellow New Yorkers (and Dave … Continue reading
I attended my first Pool Party at McCarren Park Pool of the season this past Sunday. We walked in as The Whip was on stage, whose music I hadn’t heard before. Their sound is electro-indie rock [is there an official … Continue reading
This past Saturday The Yard hosted the Mid-Summer Outdoor Party, an all day event in the super-residential neighborhood of Caroll Gardens. We set up shop, laid out on the picnic tables with our smuggled-in six packs [shh] and enjoyed sun, … Continue reading
An email was sent to Bloc Party fans this morning with disappointing but understandable news from Gordon: Hello dear friends and comrades A little bit of news for you ahead of the US tour, our first tour in some eight … Continue reading
Tickets for The Last Shadow Puppets at Grand Ballroom NYC (pictured left) on October 30 go on sale TOMORROW AT 12PM! See this page for details.
YAY or NAY Go over to Converse’s official site for more info on this campaign.
On Friday June 27th, I attended the Cold War Kids‘ free concert on the Bandshell field of Prospect Park in Brooklyn. A few friends of mine arrived early, sprawled out on prime lawn real estate of the stage, an impromptu … Continue reading