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OKAY so Halloween hasn’t even happened yet and all these people are already obscuring their faces and running around wreaking havoc …
We’ve got Bingo the Bunny with is two friends (we can’t tell if his friends are in costumes or just trying to get photographed for that buzzy tumblr) going to the weekly Lass & Laddies party at Webster‘s Dance Hall.
>> See more photos of their dance party discotecca here.
It was the last night before the city-leveling, apocalypse-inciting, where-is-your-God-now natural disaster of the century that was (or wasn’t?) Hurricane Irene so, naturally, things at Webster Hall‘s Friday night Trash party were going to get a little weird. Well…take a look for yourself…
There’s nothing wrong with getting a little TRASH-y now and then, and there’s no better place to do it than Friday nights in the Studio at Webster Hall!
Big deal. Like we can’t do that…
Over the weekend, Beach House played Webster Hall with Papercuts. At the show, the dreamy Baltimore duo debuted a new song. As far as I know, the song is still untitled. But this song moves! Throughout their career, Beach House’s music has grown in terms of its dynamism and layered textures. This new track follows that same trajectory and is more upbeat and booty-shaking, while still maintaining their overall calm vibe. It is awesome.
Oh hey, you like Morning Benders!? And Cults too? What about Twin Sister?? Well then, we’ve got a show for you! On Thursday 11/18, all three of these super stellar bands will be taking the stage at Webster Hall for your entertainment pleasure and we’ve got tickets for one lucky reader!
With the Morning Benders release of Big Echo earlier this year, which included a co-producer credit from Grizzly Bear’s Chris Taylor, the Brooklyn-by-Bay Area band had an instant hit. In the shadow of their debut that largely failed to reach a wide audience, Big Echo actually reverberated much like the hollow bouncing sound the album shares its name with. Their truly texturized sound has basically got us yearning for what comes next from them.
If you like the feeling of being enamored, I suggest this is a show you should not miss. And if you win, well, free tickets are nothing to shake a stick at. Comment below to enter to win!
Miss last week’s Menomena show at Webster Hall? Probably not the wisest decision – this Portland based art rock trio put on quite the live gig, but rarely play in the Big Apple. It’s straight though, Freewilly and Big Ass Lens documented the experience on video, providing the next best thing to seeing them live. Watch them tear into new jams “TAOS” and “BOTE” before getting the whole house on their feet in “Evil Bee” in the video below, which will either make you really happy that we were there to capture the experience for you, or really pissed that you missed a rare opportunity to see them in person…or both. An equally gorgeous video with “Five Little Rooms”, “Muscle’n Flow” and “The Pelican” over at Big Ass Lens.