Posted in music | tour dates on May 27, 2009

Good Housekeeping recordS

Tickets are still on sale for the July 16th Dead Weather show at Terminal 5. Tickets are on presale and AmEx presale for the July 17th Dead Weather show at the same venue.

The Hip Hop Legends Series continues at BB King's on June 17th. Tickets are on sale for a show that will feature performances by Naughty By Nature, Nice & Smooth, Black Moon, Smif-N-Wesson, MC Lyte, Raekwon, Show Biz & AG, Lord Finesse, Das Efx and DJ's Funkmaster Flex & Chuck Chillout. Almost everyone on this bill also has shows coming up that are either free in a NYC park, part of the Brooklyn hip hop festival, or at Southpaw.

KRS One DJ Kool Herc (and friends) are playing Santos Party House on May 30th. Tickets are on sale. KRS One has a free show coming up too.

The Cult will perform "Love" in its entirety at Terminal 5 in NYC on September 11th. Tickets are on AmEx presale.

Vieux Farka Toure, son of Ali Farka, is playing Highline Ballroom on June 20th. Tickets are on sale.

The Roots keep adding shows at Highline Ballroom. Tickets are on sale for dates as far out as November.

Dredg and RX Bandits are touring and playing Irving Plaza on July 30th (tickets) and Bowery Ballroom on July 31st (tickets)

The Kiss Off changed their name to Arpline, and they're also on the bill with Crocodiles at Mercury Lounge on June 20th. Tickets are now on sale. Crocodiles' video for 'Neon Jesus' below...

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Comments (9)

"The Cult will perform 'Love' in its entirety at Terminal 5 in NYC on September 11th"

Jeez, is the dead end of the Don't Look Back series? How surreal! How many people actually want to see this album in its entirety? I know I do...but I highly doubt I'd pay thirty bucks to see it.

Posted by Ben | May 27, 2009 1:51 PM

KRS ONE, real name Kris Parker, defiled the memory of those who died in the terrorist attacks as he spouted off at a recent New Yorker Festival panel discussion:

"I cheered when 9/11 happened . . . I say that proudly," the Boogie Down Productions founder went on, insisting that, before the attack, security guards kept Blacks out of the World Trade Center "because of the way we talk and dress. So when the planes hit the building, we were like, 'Mmmm - justice."

The atrocity of 9-11 "doesn't affect us the hip-hop community," he said. "9-11 happened to them, not us," he added, explaining that by "them" he meant "the rich ... those who are oppressing us. RCA or BMG, Universal, the radio stations."

Parker also sneered at efforts by other rappers to get young people to vote.

"Voting in a corrupt society adds more corruption," he added. "America has to commit suicide if the world is to be a better place."

Posted by Fuck KRS 1 | May 27, 2009 3:41 PM

^^
source?

Posted by Anonymous | May 27, 2009 3:47 PM

Found a source here:

http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/6559895/krsone_i_cheered_911

I never knew that. This changes my feelings about him completely. Look who's ignorant, after all.

Posted by Anonymous | May 27, 2009 3:51 PM

those new ArpLine tracks are dope...looking forward to hearing the rest! http://www.myspace.com/arpline

Posted by Anonymous | May 27, 2009 7:47 PM

KRS-ONE should quit oppressing us with his shitty music.

Posted by Anonymous | May 27, 2009 10:01 PM

New Dredg album is GREAT

Posted by Anonymous | May 29, 2009 12:29 AM

saw the show last night. was so amazing!!

who the hell did the visuals? was such amazing crazy shit going on. a really thoughtful perspective with the music.

but really..the vocals and instruments were right on.

Posted by Doreen Ornelas | September 12, 2009 12:45 PM

and i was speaking of the cult show at terminal 5.

Posted by Doreen Ornelas | September 12, 2009 12:46 PM

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