Wednesdays Wierd parties at Home Sweet Home came to an end a couple of weeks ago. However, “Nothing Changes” took over. And indeed, everything is as it ever was, a dry iced dark arts inferno. Last night’s Delphic Oracle happening was no exception.
For the first time in ten years, Wayne Kramer of MC5 fame played an amplified set in New York City, last night at the sold out Bowery Electric. And quite a 60min set it was, guest star filled to the gills. Handsome Dick Manitoba took over vocals duties for “Kick out the jams”. Jesse Malin (D Generation) & Jeremy Piven (“Entourage”, the TV show) joined in on vocals and drums for “Jail Guitar Doors”, originally recorded by The Clash. All that and more is in the video below.
Last night Bowery Electric hosted a benefit for Strummerville, celebrating the artistic oeuvre of Joe Strummer and The Clash. Amongst the plethora of performers where The Gaslight Anthem’s Brian Fallon and H.R. from the Bad Brains. Watch them and more in the videos below.
5 years after their last sonic assault, on Saturday Neurosis returned to a sold out Brooklyn Masonic Temple. The walls were shaking. Below is a 2 song edit of the tracks “At The Well” and “Locust Star”