It was a bit of a gamble for the British concert promoter Barry Hogan to hold the first New York installment of his traveling All Tomorrow’s Party festival at a dated Borscht Belt summer resort in the Catskills.
It was last September, and he’d assembled something of a dream lineup for the aging indie Read More
The Arcade Fire, about whom we’ve heard little these days, will release a DVD of their new documentary Miroir Noir next Monday, December 15. (Go to miroir-noir.com for the trailer.) NME.com is reporting that the 70-minute film, directed by the band and Vincent Morisset, chronicles the making of the Arcade Fire’s Read More
In case you didn’t score tickets to this weekend’s very sold out All Tomorrow’s Parties in the Catskills (or if at $225 for a three-day pass they didn’t fit into your "crash budget"), freeform radio giant 91.1 WFMU-FM will be broadcasting and streaming a good chunk of all the 1990s Read More
Barry Hogan, the British music promoter, was at Bleecker Street Records last Thursday afternoon partaking in what seems like an archaic ritual: CD shopping.
“There’s too many good records here,” he said in his thick English accent (although the actual records, those measuring 12-inches across, were downstairs). He was perusing the “C” section, and picked Read More
In case you haven’t heard, a lineup has been announced for this year’s New York installment of the All Tomorrow’s Parties festival, and it’s the kind of lineup that makes the Pitchfork set scream. The legendary My Bloody Valentine is headlining, marking the band’s first U.S. performance in 16 years. And in Read More