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Last night Deer Tick closed out the free summer concert series at Pier 54. McCauley’s 90min set was charged with a lot of personal banter, not typically the kind of thing you’d expect to hear from an up and coming artist. Though, in the end it’s these authentic moments of unfiltered honesty that made this band’s performance such a stand out experience. A video edit of the songs “Choir of Angels”, “Baltimore Blues No.1″, “Ashamed”, “Twenty Miles” and “Little White Lies” is below, along with clips of DOM and Translations.
Last night The Men kicked off their tour with a chaotic and sweltering hot show at 538 Johnson in East Williamsburg. Standing on a flimsy guitar amp, pressed against the wall, yours truly got knocked around quite a bit. Somehow the general consensus seemed to be, that I’m the perfect launching pad for ‘stage dives’. As a result the footage below is a bit rough at times.
‘Dreams were made for Mortals’ was a one day group show held on Sunday July 24th at St. Vitus Bar in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Artists the displayed works (some of which is included in the video below): Mick Barr, Lee Bartow, Dallas Erl, Jamie Foster, Grey Heart, Karlynn Holland, Suren Karapetyan, Victoria Lui, Gerry Mak, Samantha Marble, Nicholas McMaster, Brian Montuori, Angela Nacol, Nicholas Palmirotto, Owen Rundquist, Sierra Seip, Nathaniel Shannon, Nikki Sneakers, Erin Utzig, Justina Villanueva, George Wilson
Despite having called it quits earlier this year, last night Yuppicide played with the Bouncing Souls at Highline Ballroom. Before the show Yuppicide’s singer Jesse Jones broke into the Metropolitan Museum and snatched an Alexander McQueen creation. Kiddin’. The piece called “Madd Swan” was designed by Gym De Meo and inspired by movies such as Mad Max and Black Swan. In case you are interested in De Meo’s services, the stylist/designer/terrorist can be contacted at home# 212-260-4085 cell# 917-455-0731 or email@example.com. In the meantime, below are video edits of both bands, including a cover by The Specials, which closed out Yuppicide’s 30min set.