Month: November 2014

Luscious Jackson @ The Bell House

Getting its name from the now retired basketball player Luscious Jackson, the 90s alternative/funk/hip-hop band is far away from retirement and it proved that with an energetic and highly interactive show at Gowanus’ venue The Bell House this Sunday. First…

Manilow – Cease and Desist

No, it’s not Barry Manilow. Here we’re talking about something way more badass – UK post-punk rockers create a raw and energetic garage sound with a distinctively British taste that reminds me of bands like Agent Orange, Wire, Television and…

The Society Islands – The Big Sleep

Eclectic, synthy and raunchy-catchy, the debut album of The Society Islands deserves your attention. Cologne,Germany-based singer & multi-instrumentalist Boris Rogowski creates a musical world characterized by unconventional stylistic shifts, ominous undertones and its creator’s firm belief that there is no…

Band Of The Week: Sweet Fix

SWEET FIX are the big winners of the last Band of the Week contest. They are fun, they are glam and they are seriously kicking ass. To be specific – SWEET FIX totally rock these retro-future guitars we love so…

The Lost Poets

As the weather gets colder and the colors outside grayer I feel more and more like listening to darker and gloomier music. And when the old The Cure, Echo and The Bunnymen and Depeche Mode records get tiring I’m on…