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First BANKS vinyl sold at Rough Trade NYC

First BANKS vinyl sold at Rough Trade NYC

Let’s temporarily bring it back for Fall:  King Krule live @ the Mercury Lounge

I love Malia James

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I love going back to the past and watch some of my old vids. This is from 2009 when I had first seen Sharon. I had just started to video concerts with a Panasonic camera that had only Mono sound. Any increase of volume would created unusable video. Luckily Union Hall’s sound was on target, and with me standing next to their speaker it was just perfect volume. 

I had listened to a few of her sad songs on myspace when I knew I had to check her out. Here’s one I wished she still played live.

Owlle makes her NYC debut last night at the Standard East Village. Here’s a neat rendition of Kate Bush’s Wuthering Heights

First Aid Kit - Talcum powder

Sometimes a band with the same name becomes more famous than the one you enjoyed first, and the first band gets lost in the shuffle.

Stuart Murdoch checking out the God Help The Girl vinyl for the first time at Rough Trade last night

Stuart Murdoch checking out the God Help The Girl vinyl for the first time at Rough Trade last night

Agnes Obel performs Katie Cruel last night at the Bowery Ballroom

the cafe on Delancey St. (called Wallplay) still has a few copies of the Two Weeks vinyl. Twigs signed each one with a different lyric. The cafe started with 60 so I don’t know how many are left. And I think these 60 were from an original run of 500 printed. Not bad for $10. On the right is the deluxe version of the album which also contains an extra 7”. Head down there!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4PQHpBhekE

the cafe on Delancey St. (called Wallplay) still has a few copies of the Two Weeks vinyl. Twigs signed each one with a different lyric. The cafe started with 60 so I don’t know how many are left. And I think these 60 were from an original run of 500 printed. Not bad for $10. On the right is the deluxe version of the album which also contains an extra 7”. Head down there!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4PQHpBhekE

Lively Chela performing Zero at Glasslands

so in case you haven’t attended a FKA twigs show she does a bit of dancing (duh she’s a dancer). This is the highlight of the night when she played Webster Hall

FKA twigs playing Two Weeks last night at Webster Hall

I’m a little late but here’s Yumi Zouma playing their song The Brae at Baby’s All Right on Thursday

finally. 10,000 views

The Clientele comes back to NYC

First BANKS vinyl sold at Rough Trade NYC

First BANKS vinyl sold at Rough Trade NYC

Let’s temporarily bring it back for Fall:  King Krule live @ the Mercury Lounge

I love Malia James

(Source: maliajamesjames)

I love going back to the past and watch some of my old vids. This is from 2009 when I had first seen Sharon. I had just started to video concerts with a Panasonic camera that had only Mono sound. Any increase of volume would created unusable video. Luckily Union Hall’s sound was on target, and with me standing next to their speaker it was just perfect volume. 

I had listened to a few of her sad songs on myspace when I knew I had to check her out. Here’s one I wished she still played live.

Owlle makes her NYC debut last night at the Standard East Village. Here’s a neat rendition of Kate Bush’s Wuthering Heights

First Aid Kit - Talcum powder

Sometimes a band with the same name becomes more famous than the one you enjoyed first, and the first band gets lost in the shuffle.

Stuart Murdoch checking out the God Help The Girl vinyl for the first time at Rough Trade last night

Stuart Murdoch checking out the God Help The Girl vinyl for the first time at Rough Trade last night

Agnes Obel performs Katie Cruel last night at the Bowery Ballroom

the cafe on Delancey St. (called Wallplay) still has a few copies of the Two Weeks vinyl. Twigs signed each one with a different lyric. The cafe started with 60 so I don’t know how many are left. And I think these 60 were from an original run of 500 printed. Not bad for $10. On the right is the deluxe version of the album which also contains an extra 7”. Head down there!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4PQHpBhekE

the cafe on Delancey St. (called Wallplay) still has a few copies of the Two Weeks vinyl. Twigs signed each one with a different lyric. The cafe started with 60 so I don’t know how many are left. And I think these 60 were from an original run of 500 printed. Not bad for $10. On the right is the deluxe version of the album which also contains an extra 7”. Head down there!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4PQHpBhekE

Lively Chela performing Zero at Glasslands

so in case you haven’t attended a FKA twigs show she does a bit of dancing (duh she’s a dancer). This is the highlight of the night when she played Webster Hall

FKA twigs playing Two Weeks last night at Webster Hall

I’m a little late but here’s Yumi Zouma playing their song The Brae at Baby’s All Right on Thursday

finally. 10,000 views

The Clientele comes back to NYC

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