Jake Falby played between sets Sunday night at Muchmore’s, a show curated by Kramer Presents of Fuck, New York. Falby’s ability to imagine waves of sound is intoxicating, forcing you to get lost in the noise.
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Girls, guns and fashion, Pretext’s take on the telenovela and a salute to the impending maddening heat of New York summer (if only we knew what they were saying).
Moody, sexy, and a little twisted, Haybaby transcends typical lo-fi garage rock by eliciting the kind of reflection that comes with no longer recognizing yourself after staring too long in the mirror.
Rainy days are meant for listening to cover songs and admiring your locally acquired wardrobe. And drinking wine, of course.
“In Rooms” by Brittany Markert is a haunting collection of photographs drawing upon the resonance of emotion in people and places.
Turnip King plays at Muchmore’s and pairs nicely with white wine sipped from stemware.
Brooklyn-based band The Midnight Hollow talks about their upcoming digital release, their passion for playing live shows, and that we are all eventually going to die.
New all-girl punk band the Whiskey Bitches play an impressive show at Paper Box in Bushwick.
An interview with Andy Lin, brainchild of The Self-Portrait Project, that traveling photobooth you keep seeing at bars all over Williamsburg and all those awesome photos that are popping all up on your Facebook feed.
Exhibit: A Salon has opened in Greenpoint, and they brought cupcakes and PBR.