Die Antwoord played Gramercy Theatre in NYC w/ the Knocks (pics & setlist), are controversially in the Guggenheim
photos by Chris La Putt
“… So we met with Sean in private and asked him nicely to sort this chick out and only deal directly with us like we had been doing up to this point.Sean told us that his boss is a bit psycho and that he is bound by the contract he signed and that there’s not much he can do about her lies to the press.At this point, we decided to just let it all be and not make a big scene.We were kind of let down that Sean didn’t have enough of a spine to stick up for his ‘friends’ but we also thought, “Fokkit, let’s just carry on making new shit…whatever.”
However when we heard last night that Sean’s boss had told the Guggenheim museum that her new up and coming director was the mastermind behind DIE ANTWOORD we kind of lost it.Sometimes enough is enough.
With all this said, Sean is fuckin talented and a sweetheart, but in life it’s good to keep it real, tell the truth, and stick up for your friends.
This is why we say, “A fake friend is worse than a wild animal because wild animal can harm your body but a fake friend can harm your mind.”
And that’s why we also say “Love all but trust no-one.”…
Die Antwoord‘s video for “Zef Side” is one of the 25 videos that members of Animal Collective and others chose to be in “YouTube Play. Live from the Guggenheim”, but as the note above illustrates, there is some drama surrouding who actually should get the credit. Read the whole thing at their Facebook.
Die Antwoord made a last minute move from being opener for Deadmau5 at Roseland to instead headlining their own show at Gramercy Theatre in NYC last night (Friday, 10/29). The Knocks ended up opening the show, and Die Antwoord played 12 songs as you can see on the setlist which is with the rest of the pictures, below…