By Michael Koenig (http://vacantmoon.viewbook.com/) Full gallery after the jump.
Archive for October, 2011
By Michael Koenig (http://vacantmoon.viewbook.com/ ) Full gallery after the jump.
By Eileen Tilson/ @tktalt_tn I remember reading in some industry publications about two years ago about this very cool band called, The Drums, from Brooklyn. Now, before you stop reading this due to illegally tight jeans, check them out. This band is actually pretty rad. The Drums released their second album Portamento, on September 5th […]
Memoryhouse The Years Sub-Pop By Al Kaufman The Toronto duo, Memoryhouse, released a four-song EP, The Years, on Arcade Sound a little over a year ago. On this version for Sub-Pop, they’re up to five songs (replacing “the Waves” with “Modern Normal” and “Quiet America”). They also re-recorded the remaining three songs. At this rate, […]
By Eileen Tilson/ @tktalt_tn Happy Halloween Everyone! This is by far my most favorite holiday; nothing like dressing up, getting candy, and acting a little wild! For those of you who are not taking the little ones out trick-or-treating, here are some ghoulish events for adults. -When a band tells you they are from Brooklyn, […]
By Eileen Tilson I can always tell when a band must be really hot by how quickly submissions come pouring in when we do a ticket giveaway, and let me tell you for the Ra Ra Riot/ Yellow Ostrich show, I wanted to turn my email off! Touring around the country together we caught Milo […]
BOO! Hope we didn’t scare ya – just getting into the spirit of things for the epic Halloween celebrations this weekend. Not only are there a ton of gigs, where you are bound to see your favorite rockers and rappers in their most hilarious costumes, but there are also some madcap parties. Scoutmob’s sold-out extravaganza […]
By Eileen Tilson / @tktalt_tn Wow this week feels like it it just flying by, and finally kids, I think we are hitting fall! I hope everyone is having a great week getting ready for an even better weekend. We have said it before, Thursday is the new black (and in this case AND orange!) […]
By Eileen Tilson/ @tktalt_tn Happy Wednesday Everyone! Have you bought your Halloween costume yet? I can’t seem to decide whether I want to be the new neighbor with the sweet, funny, costume or whether I want to scare the crap out of them! If you are not out shopping for your little trick or treaters, […]
By Eileen Tilson/ @tktalt_tn If you haven’t heard of Liverpudlians’ The Wombats, it just means that you live under a rock, albeit maybe a very small rock. The band is HUGE in the U.K. and of course, its kid sister, Australia. But, don’t think that means the band is just a cookie cutter U.K. pop […]
CD Review: The District Attorneys — Waiting on the Calm Down: The Basement Sessions EP; Playing Masquerade, November 4
The District Attorneys Waiting on the Calm Down: The Basement Sessions EP Self-Released By Eric Chavez To serve as a bridge between the gap of material for the band, The District Attorneys have released an EP of new material for their fans. The Calm Down: The Basement Sessions EP may be only a small batch […]
Happy Tuesday Everyone! Today’s pumpkin is brought to you by the letter B, for Bob Dylan of course! Today while you’re contemplating why exactly you are wearing shorts and flip flops when it’s almost November, here are a few things you can do to get out and show off your getting-pasty-white legs. -In the last […]
By Amanda Miles The inaugural Southern Ground Music and Food Festival was held over the weekend in Charleston, South Carolina. Zac Brown’s vision of combining world class fare with live music became a stunning reality over three days in the balmy coastal town. 31 acts from various genres of music including country, folk, rock, reggae and funk scorched […]