With their final show at new venue Brooklyn Steel on April 22, indie pop duo Chairlift announced an intimate homecoming show at Baby’s All Right.
For the release of their debut LP “Swear I’m Good At This,” the Brooklyn duo, Diet Cig, played two consecutive shows at local venue Baby’s All Right. The early show was opened by surf pop rockers, Daddy Issues, with the late show featuring the “dashing dino dames” of T-Rextasy.
NYC based vocalist Valerie Teicher aka Tei Shi already has two sold-out shows at Brooklyn mainstay Rough Trade NYC, but for the release show of her debut record “Crawl Space” she did a special free afternoon show.
In support of their upcoming record “You’re Welcome,” surf punk pop outfit Wavves are on a national tour, as their dates with Blink 182 and The Naked and Famous wrap up.
Singer Chris Farren has made the rounds lately performing with both Antarctigo Vespucci and his own project in support of his latest record “Can’t Die.”
With the first incarnation of Indie Pop Prom occurring in both Philly and Brooklyn, the two sold-out shows doubled as a birthday party for curator Maria Sherman. As she revealed in a personal Time Magazine piece, the proceed from the event went to directly benefit The Pink Fund as her mother had been stricken with cancer last Halloween.
Queer-glam band PWR BTTM previewed their second record “Pageant” scheduled for release on May 12. Originally scheduled to be held at the Brooklyn venue Shea Stadium, the venue was changed due to a police raid at the DIY space.
As a fundraiser for Housing Works, The Friday Party at Brooklyn’s Industry City brought several amazing writers and performers spanning many genres for an intimate evening in the space. Hosted by Jazmine Hughes, whose poignant writing and upbeat witticisms made her an ideal emcee for the evening in between artists and readers.
LA rockers Cherry Glazerr previewed new material at Brooklyn’s Baby’s All Right. With new members Tabor Allen on drums and Sasami Ashworth on keys, the band was rounded out with touring bassist Pascal Stevenson of the band Moaning.