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I swung by Union Pool recently to catch The Yes Way’s set. I got there early and got the pleasure of catching a few songs of The Midnight Hollow. These guys are pretty good. I didn’t catch the whole set but from what I heard I enjoyed them. If you like what you hear free to check out more of their music at soundcloud.com/themidnighthollow. Enjoy!
I swung by Union Pool recently to catch The Yes Way’s set. It’s been since Northside Festival last year since I’ve seen them perform. Immediately I noticed 3 new faces. But only the bassist and the dude on the keyboard were new band members. Their drummer grew some manly facial hair so I didn’t recognize him until after our hand shake. My apologies Jesse. I think the keyboard adds just a perfect pinch of depth to the band. As expected, like always, they kicked ass. Here’s a clip I captured. Enjoy!
The Yes Way will be shredding at Union Pool tonight. You should go check them out. You’ll absolutely have a good time. Here is a clip I shot of them a while back. The video doesn’t do them justice. You have to see them for yourself. The show is only $8 dollars and starts at 9PM sharp.
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Brooklyn, NY 11211
Justin Little, June 14, 2012
The Everymen was definitely a wake up call after a long day of work. Once I got into Union Pool I was punched in the face by some serious shredding. They seemed to be having a great time on stage and the vibe definitely rubbed off on the crowd. Thanks for inviting me out guys! Great set to kick my Northside Festival off to.
The Atlantic Wire just reported on OWS’s newest offshoot, Occupy Williamsburg, putting Williamsburg in the line of fire for many jokes to come. Where was the first meeting held? Where do you think. Union Pool…shit let the hipster jokes commence. As reported, the group seemed to be an organized and legitimately concerned group of protesters, well aware of the jabs and stereotypes that Occupy Williamsburg will undoubtedly face. As Adam Clark Estes commented, “The group doesn’t plan to meet in Union Pool again, but it’s apparent that Occupy Williamsburg will spend a decent amount of time wrestling hipsterdom out of the picture.” In fact the meeting began with an acknowledgment to the (hipsters) elephant in the room, saying “I think hipsterdom is dead. I think Occupy marks the end of it.” Should this movement show that Williamsburg is still more than new condos and people who brunch, that is never a bad thing, even if it means dealing with an onslaught of hipster jokes. Read the full article here.
The Reverend Vince Anderson and his Love Choir have become an institution, holding mass every Monday night at Union Pool. Self-described as “dirty gospel,” the Rev. gives a soulful, optimistic and uplifting performance every week. This past Monday, to celebrate his birthday and toast his relationship with Union Pool, Vince teamed up with SixPoint Brewery to create his own beer. Here is the making of SixPoint Instant Pentecostal Apostle.