Scene and Heard

This Will Destroy You, Christopher Tignor, and So Hideous at Saint Vitus

The first of two sold out nights in New York for this Texan band.

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Cold War Kids and Elliot Moss at The North Park Theatre

Long Beach’s Cold War Kids performed in San Diego with Elliot Moss last week.

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Dan Deacon and Eaters at Rough Trade NYC

Eaters self titled record was released by Dull Tools Records in April 2014.

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TOPS at Mississippi Studios

Montreal’s TOPS latest record, Picture You Staring, was released last year.

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Kevin Morby and Jessica Pratt at The Carpenter House

Kevin Morby and Jessica Pratt perform an intimate show in someone’s living room for some very lucky fans.

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Kate Pierson at City Winery

Kate Pierson’s single, “Bottom’s Up,” was co-written with Sia and Nick Valensi of The Strokes.

Shot by the Band

Juan Wauters brings his North American poetry to Europe

Juan Wauters performed in Europe in November & December 2014 with Mac DeMarco and took two disposable cameras along for the ride.


2:54 in Brooklyn

2:54 began their current tour in Brooklyn and spent some time with a photographer before their show on Friday night.

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Big Sean’s Dark Sky Paradise record release party at Up and Down

Detroit’s Big Sean celebrated the release of his album in Manhattan last week.

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Palberta, Flagland, The Gradients, Dead Wives, and Big Neck Police at Shea Stadium

Shea Stadium gives us another damn good reason to leave our residence on a cold and snowy Saturday night.

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Torres at Bowery Ballroom

Torres will release an album called Sprinter in May 2015 on Partisan Records.

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Sleater-Kinney and Lizzo at Terminal 5

All hail the return of Sleater-Kinney. Do not miss Lizzo.

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Helmet at Saint Vitus

Helmet made their debut 26 years ago at a Brooklyn bar called Lauterbach’s. Welcome back, guys.

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HTRK, Tropic of Cancer and DVA DAMAS at The Echo

The Australian band known as HTRK (pronounced “hate rock”) performed in Los Angeles Sunday night.

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Swami John Reis & The Blind Shake, and The So So Glos at Saint Vitus

We saw live surf music in a Greenpoint venue last night and trust us, it was kind of the perfect environment for it.