Tag Archives: Brooklyn

REVISITED: O.A.R. | 4.24.14 | Brooklyn Bowl | Night 1

25 Apr

Damn did it feel good to see O.A.R. live once again. While I have lost count of how many O.A.R. shows I’ve seen over the years, I do know that it has been a couple years since I last got a chance to see them live. Night one of a three night extended stay at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas instantly put me back in that happy place and made me feel right at home. With good friends all around me it was a perfect evening and I for one can’t wait for the next two nights of shows.

SETLIST:

Love and Memories

Untitled

Hey Girl

Risen

Living In The End

About Mr. Brown

Heard The World

About An Hour Ago

One Shot

James

Anyway

Dareh Meyod

Something Coming Over

Black Rock

Lay Down

That Was A Crazy Game Of Poker

52-50

City On Down

ENCORE

Peace

Shattered

Fool In The Rain (Led Zeppelin cover)

 

Here are some images from the show last night.

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Countdown to Bonnaroo: 33 Days – Artist of the Day: Rubblebucket

4 May

It’s that time again, my Countdown to Bonnaroo!  33 days to go and I couldn’t be more excited. So many great bands set to play this year that I had to sneak in a few extra days in the countdown!

Today’s act, one of the newest additions to the lineup, Rubblebucket!  Hailing from Brooklyn, NY, Rubblebucket are an indie-dance troop that is sure to have you working up a sweat moving to their grooves.  And how can you not love a band with a great horn section (let alone from the band leader)?!

Here’s my favorite track from the group, “Silly Fathers.” I hope you enjoy.

New Music: Cults

27 Jun

The last few weeks I have been giving Cults‘ self titled album a bunch of spins and it keeps growing on me more and more. The Brooklyn duo have a retro indie-pop sound that is very soothing and perfect chill disc for the summer. Want another reason to listen, they are going on tour with Foster The People this fall.