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posted by n. @ 5/31/2005


a party party

I'm DJing tonight @ Crash Mansion. Here's the info, which you can also find here. The bands are both amazing and it promises to be a great time so come out! Best open bar in the city, hands down.

New York Underbelly presents...

Between (a Rock and a Hard Place) - Fridays at CRASH MANSION!
Come early this week for a "Lords of Dogtown" movie and soundtrack release party! Free movie passes while they last plus other surprises... Three great bands and DJ Nora round out the start of your Memorial Day weekend and the unoffical beginning of summer in style...

The details this week:

Doors open at 9 pm with FREE ADMISSION til 11 pm on the UNDERBELLY list - reduced admission from 11 til 1 am.... our regular open bar is from 9-10 pm and there are drink specials after that so you can party all night... RSVP at

The Rock (Live Performances):
9:00 pm Jason Brody
10:00 pm P. S.
11:00 pm the Good North (from Boston - just in the New York Times too...)

the Hard Place:
CRASH MANSION is at 199 Bowery at Spring St.... you can take the F to Second Ave., the 6 to Spring St, the J & M to Delancey, or check out the map....

Come early and take advantage of free drinks courtesy of Crash Mansion... tip your bartenders!

posted by n. @ 5/27/2005


the cd you have to own because i said so

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah are now selling their debut album through their website. It's just 12$ which includes shipping and handling. Here is a track listing:

1. Clap Your Hands!
2. Let the Cool Goddess Rust Away
3. Over and Over Again (Lost & Found)
4. Sunshine & Clouds (And Everything Proud)
5. Details of the War
6. The Skin of My Yellow Country Teeth
7. Is This Love?
8. Heavy Metal
9. Blue Turning Gray
10. In This Home On Ice
11. Gimme Some Salt
12. Upon This Tidal Wave of Young Blood

posted by n. @ 5/26/2005

a vicious summer birthday

And I thought I had a great line up for MY birthday party, but that award def. goes to the great monthly bash Vicious! thrown by Jasper and
Audrey (incase you didn't know that by now). Although now it seems that they are bringing us great new music every week (because..well.. they are, every Tuesday @ Rothko), this party is where it started.

So for their two year birthday, the line up is just insanely good. Mark your calendars now:

Rothko, July 19th: PS + the IOs and special guests
Southpaw, July 20th: Dirty On Purpose, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Saints + Lovers, and very special guests

Dirty On Purpose - Mind Blindness

The Ios - Everyone As One

posted by n. @ 5/26/2005

keep spinning

Hi! Thanks to everyone who came out to Lit on Tuesday... that was completely insane. I got way less sleep than a person starting a new job the next day should have but had a lot of fun playing tunes, including tracks from Editors, Tom Vek (everyone loves this guy, Justine spun "I Ain't Saying My Goodbyes" - which you can download here - and the basement went nuts for it), and Diamond Nights "The Girls Attractive." The song was featured on Alias last week to my amusement and the band is playing at Shout! this Sunday, which also features the Poplife! DJs and 1/2 priced drinks from 10-12. Awesome.

They have been getting some amazing guest DJs at Hiro lately, and next week should be no exception with Martin Gore of Depeche Mode on the decks. You actually can buy advanced tickets for this also. Hmm.. they never do that when Peter and I dj there...

Speaking of DJs... do you like mash ups a whole lot? You get get a friggin ton of them here (thanks BrooklynVegan). Personally I only really like about a quarter of all the mash ups that come out (New Order vs Kylie is still my personal favorite). Let me know if you find anything really worth downloading in there.

posted by n. @ 5/26/2005


hangover on wednesday

I'm djing at the Faint afterparty @ Lit tonight. Yeah, whoa. I'm so excited. I will be upstairs from 11-4am or something, and I think I will have Brian Molloy with me to sing all the songs.

HERE IS THE INFO (from Lola):

One dollar buds and well vodka drinks from 11pm-12am!
Drink fixer-uppers- Miss Lola Belle upstairs. Stephanie and Eric Rapin downstairs.


Mike Goodstein (he'll spin GRAUZONE)
Todd (The Faint)
Massimo (Brian Eno anyone?)
Justine D(Motherfucker)
Nora K (Popfrenzy!)

Justine D promises to be armed with many drink tickets, and there could be a bottle or two of free alcohol floating around and MAX of Lit also promises some type of open bar.

Are you crazy?? Swing by!

@ LIT 93 2nd Ave (BTW. 5th and 6th)

posted by n. @ 5/24/2005

Dirty On Purpose needs you for their video

here is the info... free food and beer and great music! woo!
DoP is doing another video on June 5th. This time we will shoot a music video for "All New Friends," and we need your help! The shoot is going to take place on June 5th (Location TBA in New York). We have to gather about 30 video cameras and 30 people willing to help shoot the video. We would really appreciate your help!

We'll provide beer and food for everyone willing to partake -- and it will be tons of fun! If you know people who have cameras and are willing to donate or partake in the fun, please forward this. If you want to participate in the video, please email me at with the subject line "Music Video". Please include your name and phone number.

Thanks, Dirty on Purpose

posted by n. @ 5/24/2005

i'll tell you want i want, what i really really want...

Spice Girls reuinite? It's not even April fools, so this is fucking awesome. Even GINGER SPICE. When I studied abroad in Italy I lived with a girl who knew all their choreography. Erica Lander, if you read this, I expect to be seeing you in the front row!

Does this mean scary platform shoes will be making a comeback?

posted by n. @ 5/24/2005


june blitz

so many shows, so little time. yeah i rock and i roll but fuck... i need to sleep too!!! don't know if that's going to be happening much though. this friday alone is going to make your head spin with Rilo Kiley, The Wrens, Snowden and PS all playing on the same night at different venues! Sheesh.

after updating my own little personal listings here are some highlights:

thursday @ rothko: sex sells + white light motorcade! i haven't seen WLM play in what seems like a year (and it probably was!). this band is phenominal live, I can't express it enough. and sex sells are also fucking great.

friday you already know about....

saturday @ southpaw for the "jelly" party: the cloud room + dj melody nelson. awesome!

and then sunday round off your weekend with other passengers, the prids, the art of shooting, pela @ east river bar for rock and roll brunch

are you tired yet? yeah

posted by n. @ 5/23/2005

billy... billy don't you lose my number

'cause you're not anywhere, that I can't find you'

So.. on Stereogum today you can read about how Billy Corgan hates Zwan because they were all assholes and drug addicts (but Paz was hot, even my friend Mike thought so) and loves D'arcy and James. Though he finds them misguided or whatever and doesn't actually talk to them or see them... ever.

And I've given some time and effort to listening to two of the tracks from TheFutureEmbrace and basically I think they sound like outtakes from Adore and not very good ones at that (and I was one of the minority who LOVE that album and didn't ressent the departure from Melon Collie and Siamese Dream). And while I'm sort of glad that "gloom" billy has come back from rain bow Zwan happiness Billy, I'm still HOLDING OUT FOR A REUNION. Seriously, let's just get to it. Maybe James will go to Webster Hall and afterwards they can hang out at Dark Room and call up Melissa (sorry but I liked her way better than D'arcy and her solo thing didn't work out too well either) and you know Jimmy would be psyched and.. well.. a girl can dream.

While I'm holding my breath, you can hear some of the new tracks and read some Billy blogs on his myspace.

posted by n. @ 5/23/2005


Snowden is one of the bands who were responsible for making my birthday party back in March so fantastic for me. Obviously you know how much I love them, and this week they are playing some shows around the east coast so if they are going to be in your area , def. try to check them out.

May 24 - @ Black Cat in Washington, DC
May 25 - acoustic set on WVUD in Newark DE, around 3pm and streaming here. + acoustic instore @ Rainbow Music for FREE @ 5pm.
May 27 - MERCURY LOUNGE, nyc

so check that out, and you can also get a sweet Snowden t-shirt here.

This weekend involved a lot of fun and running around, and I went to Tiswas on Saturday with some friends to check out hottt dj duo the Queens of Noize. Overall, they played a good mix of stuff, and they are very small and british and cute. I really appreciate it when DJs come into a set with a lot of energy and dance along... I always try to do that and I think it really motivates crowds to get into what you are doing behind the decks (as long as you aren't playing total crap). I had no idea who was DJing at Misshapes, but we went anyways and it turned out to be Kill Hannah! Oh sweet eyeliner wearing boys. They were playing some great stuff so I got very very drunk and had a nice evening.

Anyways, if you want to check out the Queens, you can go over to Delancey tonight for a pirate themed shin-dig where they will be teaming up with Tarts of Pleasure for some sort of foursome that I think must be seen and heard to be believed.

Here's the flier.

posted by n. @ 5/23/2005

oh yes they did

some of the fantasticly snarky posters from oh no they didn't have teamed up to start a livejournal mp3 blog called the in sound

So far they have posted two fun mash ups, including one I just heard today of Bloc Party's "Helicopter" vs NIN's "The Hand That Feeds." def one to bookmark I'd say.

They are also accepting applications for additional moderators, if that's your thing.

posted by n. @ 5/23/2005


surefire kicks ass.

Last year I saw Surefire play probably around 15 times at least. Ever since that first show on superbowl sunday, I was blown away by the amount of talent exhibited by four guys just barely out of high school at the time. They were a phenom then, raved about by most every blogger and the young girls found them to be something in the way of very attractive to say the least. And they had the skills to match, so much so that it it seemed like a near-perfect package, granted slightly rough around the edges but there was something so appealing about their live shows that I could bring anyone to see them, old and young, and they would leave more than happy that I had dragged them along.

Admittedly, up until last night, it has been a little while since I have seen Surefire live. They haven't been playing out as much, concentrating on recording instead and I missed their last show because I was sick or hungover or some other often used excuse. Well, shame on me. And honestly, thank god I didn't trade on any of those excuses last night, because what I witnessed at Bowery Ballroom was something along the lines of overwhelming awesomeness.

From the start of their set, which they kicked off with my favorite Surefire song "The Man Beside Her," the band was on fire. A little..or a lot edgier than I have ever seen them before, and with unreal amounts of rock and roll flare, they tore through a set of songs -- most of which I had never even heard before - including one with a powerful chorus called "What Else Could I Say?" and their catchy new single "Hung" (which is available on their website). Ben's vocals have really come into their own, and his songwriting remains top notch, and flanked by Nick and his synchronized jumping and other onstage antics and stellar guitar playing and Jacob bleeding himself to death (literally) on his bass, this band seems to me to be nearly unstoppable. Considering how packed the room was, they could very well have been headlining Bowery last night, and I wouldn't be surprised if that was soon the case.

For goodness sake, I have rambled on for a long time now, so I will just leave this by saying that I will post when their next show is and cannot stress enough how much you should go.

I got home at 11:30 exhausted, only to check my email and find out that I was on the guest list for Mercury Rev/Doves. Fuck. So that sucked, and I am bummed to have to miss them, but I came home and watched three insanely awesome hours of TV (Lost/Alias) which blew my mind so much that after the show and everything sleep was nearly so impossible I actually considered going to see Star Wars at 3am just to prolong the buzz. But no.. I'm doing that this afternoon instead. And then more fun TV like Britney + Kevin: Chaotic which I strangely cannot stop watching and if I still went to NYU I would probably end up writing a term paper about it. No, really...

Ok, I'm done here for now. Too much babbling. More pictures!

posted by n. @ 5/19/2005


the hangover is worth it

Last night was kind of a blur, but a very good blur at least. I started out at Rothko to catch The Changes from Chicago who I thought were excellent and really lived up to the hype with their live show. Their lead singer wins the award for happiest frontman possibly of all time. Seriously, he just looked so damn happy to be on that stage and that sort of energy tends to be infectious.

You can catch them tonight playing an early set (7:30) at Mercury Lounge on a bill with The Everyothers, The Heartless Bastards and Pela. Hopefully this band will be making more trips out to NYC this year.

After their set we darted off to Irving Plaza just in time to see Gang of Four. I'm not, honestly, a huge fan by any means but their live show just blew me away. And I got to see my friend Dom running around onstage fixing microphones which was pretty awesome and I'm glad he didn't get hit with that metal bat...

If you are going to see tonight's show or are just looking to have a lot of fun tonight, I suggest you hop on over to Lit for the Gang of Four afterparty at Atomique where Andy Gill will be guest djing.

Speaking of Lit, djing there was so much fun last night. One guy knew the entire choreography to Gwen Stefani's "Hollaback Girl" which... when performed by a lanky tall hipster is nothing short of awesome. So the best part is that we'll be back there next week on the decks again, possibly with guest Brian Molloy who, while he probably doesn't know the Hollaback Girl dance (we hope), will kindly sing along to all of the songs.

posted by n. @ 5/18/2005


flickr internerd

since you know, i needed one more thing to be addicted to on the damn internet, I joined flickr. Here is my account or whatever if you want to "friend" me and look at random band/drunken photographs occasionally. Fun.

posted by n. @ 5/17/2005

just when you thought she couldn't get any cuter...

Watch the video for Annie's single "Heartbeat" (if you read blogs you know this song and have danced around your room to it at lease once, don't lie), in which she does endearing things like eat cake and film balloons and roll around on the floor. Cuuuuuute.

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posted by n. @ 5/17/2005

people are fragile things : the editors

My favorite person in the UK, Brian, recently emailed me to tell me about this band he thought I would love called Editors. From Birmingham, they're basically indie goth I'd say or at least the Joy Division/Interpol (I guess those goes hand in hand now) influence is obvious, as well as Echo and the Bunnymen.

I've listened to their single, "Munich," about five hundred times today already, so I'm clearly finding it addictive and maybe you will too. Thanks, Brian!

Editors - Munich
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posted by n. @ 5/17/2005

clap your hands say album

You know they are one of my favorites and now they have an album release! Could I be more excited? The self titled debut from Clap Your Hands Say Yeah will be out soon-ish and they are playing a release show at the Delancey on June 9th.

All the mp3s you need are on their site, and you can buy one of their nifty t-shirts also, inexchange for 14 bucks and one of your darkest secrets (more than worth it!). Mine received several (though possibly drug induced) compliments from the 5am pool playing crowd at our Coachella house at least.

Brooklyn Vegan also has great pictures of their Mercury Lounge show over here

(photo courtesy of jasper)

posted by n. @ 5/17/2005

i'm already tired

Tonight there are way too many great shows going on in the city. In fact, that's kind of the case every night this week. I guess that's the upside/downside to living in New York. Tonight there is a great Vicious bill @ Rothko, featuring Chicago band The Changes who I wrote about earlier. They play at 9.

Benzos will also be playing their record release show @ Mercury with another band that I love, The Big Sleep.

Hopefully I will get to see my good friend DJ Dompants over at Gang of Four @ IRving before heading over to DJ at Lit. If I run really fast.

So yes, Lit tonight, Nicole and I will be playing some tunes from 11-4, with Lola in all her hotness behind the bar. Should be a lot of fun so please come.

Also, please check out Loose Records, because this shit is bananas (in the best possible way).

Finally, get well soon, Kylie.

posted by n. @ 5/17/2005


are you hoping for a miracle?

hello it's...


Ah.. serious amounts of last minute awesomeness at Luna Lounge Friday night, pulled me away from my dinner with a mad dash through the Lower East Side, which left me feeling totally queasy but it was well worth it I think just to here rockness from one of my new york favorites. They played through their entire new album and finished with the triple threat of "in the walls" "jenny" and "my coco."

This show and the running and not eating made me too wiped to do anything else I had planned so sorry to anyone I disappointed and who rang my doorbell into the wee hours... I just didn't have the energy. Apparently vacation takes a lot more out of a girl than originally thought or planned for. This weekend I um... also went bowling? Yeah, seriously. It was fun though, as I am gutterball queen of the universe. Girl has no aim.

This week is shaping up to be all sort sorts of crazy. More later...

posted by n. @ 5/16/2005


one, two, three reasons to go to crash mansion tonight!

the gostation from the cover of Underrated Magazine next month)

tonight crash mansion has a stellar line up for you. don't miss it!

9:00 pm "Coke Dick" (ahem)
9:45 pm the GoStation
10:30 pm Morning Theft
11:15 pm the Murdochs
12 Midnight Hello Nurse

Crash Mansion
199 Bowery at Spring St
***** Open Bar 9-10 *****

here's a song for you to check out, which matt insisted (and for good reason) that i repost:

The GoStation - C'mon

posted by n. @ 5/13/2005


this has to, at LEAST, be better than the poetry book

Billy Corgan to play Webster Hall (courtesy of BrooklynVegan)

Come see me act like a 16 year old at this show. Ok, but I act like that most of the time, I know. Good stuff though, I'm excited!

Billy has also continued to write even weirder stuff on his webpage...

posted by n. @ 5/12/2005

strangely beautiful: aqualung @ irving plaza

Of the three bands that I saw on Tuesday night, Aqualung was the only one that had seats for their audience, which was entirely appropriate because I was tired and Aqualung make music that is entirely relaxing. Aqualung is the solo project of musician Matt Hales from England who combines his haunting voice with pianos, violins and guitars to create songs that are very simple and emotionally powerful at the same time.

A lot of the songs on Tuesday sort of came off sounding very similiar, with the obvious standout being the single "Brighter Than Sunshine." So when I walked out of Irving I just felt so-so about what I had heard... it was all good and well and I did like the music but there just wasn't anything that jumped out at me as to why I liked the band despite the repetitiveness.

Outside the venue I ran into a girl who was handing out Aqualung postcards and we struck up a conversation about the band and the show. And she said to me: "Aqualung are amazing, and I don't know really what it is about them, but their music just makes my heart happy." That statement pretty much answered my doubts for me. Heart happy music.

Aqualung - Strange and Beautiful

posted by n. @ 5/12/2005

hometown heroes : check out the changes

Despite the fact that it's my hometown, I actually know very little about the Chicago music scene, so I was really excited when an email about a band called The Changes landed in my inbox. Drawing comparisons to bands like the Police and Phoenix, the band produces some irresistably catchy and quite dance-y indie rock (isn't that all the rage these days...).. some say they out did the Kaiser Cheifs on charm and fun when opening for them in Chicago . Well... you can be the judge of that yourself when the band makes at trip out east next week, playing May 17th at Rothko for Vicious and May 18th at Mercury Lounge.

Oh, and I almost forgot to mention that The Changes are the only unsigned band playing Lollapalooza this year. And ladies, they appear to be mighty cute. I'm just saying.

Check out one of their tunes and have a little singalong:

The Changes - When I Wake

posted by n. @ 5/12/2005


like yours but sweeter

Wendys gives out free frosties all weekend. A fun chance for you and the whole family to find more random body parts! Awesome.

Spoon plays at Virgin Megastore Union Square today at 6pm. Rob Holmes will be the first in line.

Fun with slogans! (can you tell I'm bored today?)

Pitchfork wants to make Rivers cry. Bastards (but ok... the album really isn't deserving of the four stars Rob Sheffield gave it either). I'm personally of the opinion that no matter what they do, the Blue Album and Pinkerton will stand on their own as great albums. And Rivers, I'll give you a hug if you need one, but please play El Scorcho live. Thank you.

Diamond Nights are playing at Mercury Lounge tonight @ 11. Their single is some insanely catchy shit, a very dance around your bedroom singing to a hairbrush sort of tune. If you do that kind of thing, that is.

Diamond Nights - The Girls Attractive
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posted by n. @ 5/10/2005


this shit is bananas

while i wait for my coachella pictures, read what peter did over the weekend via because that's pretty much my story also (though opinions may vary and i thought the Kylie/New Order thing ruled but if you know me, you knew that already...).

posted by n. @ 5/09/2005

made my monday

here's a new song from Surefire, how appropriate considering my earlier post.

get it here, i'm pretty sure the song is called "Hung" but I could be wrong about that.

I love it and can't get over how polished and mature they are sounding! yay!

also, XFM UK has very favorable things to say about "Last Train" the first single from Madison Strays which was released there this week. the band will play a three song live studio session when they are in the UK this coming week also! the single can be downloaded on their website so check it out.

posted by n. @ 5/09/2005

it's more than amiable

In anticipation with the upcoming release of their FANTASTIC album "Morning Stanzas," Benzos have some events coming up in New York that you should definately try to attend if you have the chance.

The album is out this month on Stinky Records

Wednesday, May 11th :
BENZOS Morning Stanzas Listening Party
First Taste Wednesdays @ Hi-Fi.
169 Avenue A, New York, NY. 9pm - 11pm.

Tuesday, May 17:
Mercury Lounge. 217 e Houston St. New York, NY.
with The Glass, The Big Sleep (who are also excellent)
& DJ Stretch Armstrong

Wednesday, May 25th:
BENZOS Record Release DJ Event.
Benzos DJ set with Dirty Jean & Spencer Product
GBH @ Hiro Bar in the Maritime Hotel.
16th St. & 9th Ave, New York City. 10pm-1am

check out these two tracks from the upcoming album also:
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Benzos - Glass Souls

Benzos - It's Amiable

posted by n. @ 5/09/2005

seems to me it's about time

i haven't mentioned this yet, which is just silly. how exciting is this for Surefire? I think I went to at least 15 of their shows last year if that is any indication of how much I love this band. and now they are playing at Bowery! so exciting. i will see you there.

get your tickets here

posted by n. @ 5/09/2005


vacation all i ever wanted...

We live in a fucking amazing country. And if I never see a car or a rest stop or 4 dollar per gallon gasoline prices ever again, I will be a happy girl. That said, I'm back in NYC. I have tons of stories to tell you, mainly about another fucking amazing turn at the Coachella festival where I got no sleep, drank massive amounts of red bull, saw 283957239587 great bands and had the time of my life.

Obviously my love of festivals has started to take over my exhistance... Lollapalooza tickets are already purchased thanks to my little sis and this is looking mighty tempting. Ahh my poor bank account!

But to try to get myself excited for this upcoming week in NYC and distract myself from dreams of hot tubs, palm trees, in and out burgers and roulette tables galore, there are some great shows in NYC coming up this week!

First off, Dutch Kills are playing a Melody Nelson night @ Rothko this Tuesday at 9pm!

Dutch Kills - Planes

if you are looking for a more mellow vibe, go see Aqualung at Irving Plaza. their single "Brighter than Sunshine" was featured in the new Amanda Peet/Ashton Irritating Kutcher movie that (blah, yes) I actually saw. after the flick this song just wouldn't leave me head (although i wish most of the movie would have).

looking for something so sweet it'll give you cavities? check out the video for the tune here:

Aqualung Brighter than Sunshine
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There is some undoubtable madness going on at Luna Lounge this Friday. You dont need a million reasons to go, but there will probably be that many people there. If that isn't your thing, do what smart people do and go to Crash Mansion to see an amazing line up featuring bands I yak about all the time like this one, this one and THIS ONE. Whoa!!! And there is an open bar, info here.

And whoever booked so many great shows for May 27th, I sort of hate you for making my life hard!

Tonight, Saints + Lovers @ Merc. 10 bucks. 9:30pm. Their cover of Joy Division's "Atmosphere" will be soon released on Stolen Transmission. Hottt!

Glad to be back.

(the above photo is entirely a lousy representation of my trip but it's the only one i had... sorry! and no, i did not eat the cashews)

posted by n. @ 5/07/2005

probably drunk

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