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photo: Big Eyes at Baby's in April (more by Amanda Hatfield)
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...
The Hotelier, Bent Shapes, Japanese Breakfast @ 50 Kent (Brooklyn Flea)
This free daytime show is pretty great all around with emo/pop punk from The Hotelier, indie pop from Bent Shapes, and a solo set from Little Big League singer Michelle Zauner under her Japanese Breakfast moniker.
You Blew It!, Sorority Noise, Microwave @ Riis Park Beach Bazaar
Yet another free daytime option for emo/pop punk fans, and this one's on the beach with games and good eats too.
Big Eyes, Shellshag, Aye Nako, Tender Defender @ Saint Vitus
This show is for a good cause (Jay & Molly's fight against cancer) and it features a handful of great local punk bands. Excitingly, it's the debut of Tender Defender, the new band with three Latterman members who basically pick up where Latterman left off.
Sheer Terror, No Redeeming Social Value @ Rocks Off Cruise
NYHC vets Sheer Terror are still going strong over 30 years into their career, and today they'll bring their wild live show on a boat.
Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito 25th Anniversary concert/screening @ Central Park Summerstage
In the 1990's radio DJs Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Garcia (Kool Bob Love) helped break the careers of Nas, Biggie, Wu-Tang Clan and more. Today, catch a screening of documentary Stretch and Bobbito: Radio That Changed Lives as well as DJ sets and a Q&A.
Beech Creeps, Ghetto Ghouls, Squad Car, Flying Squirrels @ Silent Barn
Austinites Ghetto Ghouls make twisted garage punk that should appeal to fans of The Intelligence or The Fall. New album Collisions is well worth a spin.
Overdoz, Black Dave, Quincy Vidal @ Baby's All Right
LA rap group Overdoz, whose video with A$AP Ferg you may have seen earlier this year, return to NYC tonight on their "Last Kiss" tour. Black Dave and Quincy Vidal open.
Jefferson Starship plays Airplane, Jazz Is Dead, Quicksilver "Happy Trails," Tom Constanten @ BB King's
This show celebrates the 50th anniversaries of both Jefferson Airplane and the Grateful Dead. Airplane member Paul Kantner's post-Airplane band Jefferson Starship will play a set of JA's music, Jazz Is Dead are a Grateful Dead tribute, David Freiberg's current version of Quicksilver Messenger Service offer their own version of the San Francisco Sound, and original Dead painist Tom Constanten opens.
Flemington, NJ DIY festival Flem Fest continues today with indie pop band Quarterbacks, punk band Casual, singer/songwriter Long Beard and more.
For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our NYC concert calendar.
For laughs, check out the NYC Comedy calendar too.
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by Zack Baker
photo: A$AP Ferg in Queens in 2014 (more by Gretchen Robinette)
LA rappers Overdoz dropped the video for their A$AP Ferg-featuring "F**k Yo' DJ," which has the whole crew going nuts to the thudding beat. The song spends most of its runtime (predictably) championing the rappers' production crew over everyone else's but they don't forget to toss in jabs about how much harder they party as well. Check the video out below.
Ferg recently dropped two videos to tide us over while we wait for his forthcoming Trap Lord followup. He'll also be heading out on Skrillex and Diplo's Full Flex Express tour as the only rapper on the train.
In related news, Ferg's crewmate A$AP Rocky has slowly been building to the release of his new album At.Long.Last.A$AP with a trio of advance singles and the Harlem rapper recently announced A.L.L.A.'s release date for May 12 via A$AP Worldwide/RCA. He'll be at this year's Red Bull Music Academy residency shortly before that for a sold-out talk at Madiba Harlem on May 7, and is now featured on a new Raekwon track. Listen to that collaboration below.
In one last bit of A$AP Mob news, A$AP Ant is playing a hometown show at The Studio at Webster Hall on May 4 with Sha Hef, Dougie F and DJ Michael Medium. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
Check out the video for "F**k Yo' DJ" and Rocky's collaboration with Raekwon below...
Little Dragon salutes the crowd (by Tim Griffin)
Trash Talk (by Amanda Hatfield)
Though everyone was shaken up from the previous night's tragic events (which happened not far from and during the official BrooklynVegan showcase on Wednesday night), SXSW moved forward on Thursday morning, when we began our first of three day parties at Red 7.
Our day shows took place on the indoor and outdoor stages of Red 7, with the indoor stage on Thursday staying (mostly) on the folkier/quieter side with San Fermin, Sylvan Esso, Rhett Miller of the Old 97s, Torres, Nicole Atkins, Cate Le Bon and Basia Bulat. Meanwhile, the outside that day was crazier and a little more random with Little Dragon, Roosevelt, BadBadNotGood (joined by Odd Future's Tyler, the Creator), Nothing, Trash Talk, Overdoz, Cities Aviv and Calvin Love.
Basia Bulat was a nice start to the day where she performed solo with an autoharp, ukulele, and keyboard. Cate Le Bon did a fine job following with her full band who got pretty intense at the end. Then it was singer/songwriter Nicole Atkins who played songs from her new Slow Phaser (catch her on tour with Nick Cave), followed by the grungy folk of Torres (who previewed some new material), followed by Old 97's frontman Rhett Miller who had a ton of fun with the show and did a bunch of covers like Tom Petty's "American Girl" and Pixies' "Wave of Mutilation." After Rhett, Sylvan Esso, the duo of Mountain Man's Amelia Meath and Megafaun's Nick Sanborn, had the indoor crowd moving more than anyone else that day with their synthy pop and Amelia's dance moves. And San Fermin wrapped things up with their orchestral pop.
Rhett Miller (by Amanda Hatfield)
Outside, Calvin Love and his band woke everyone up with their indie rock, which was followed by the noise rap of Cities Aviv and the weed-obsessed rap of Overdoz. Then things got kicked up ten notches for Trash Talk, who opened up the entire floor outside at Red 7 for a circle pit and kept egging on the crowd, Damian of Fucked Up included, the whole set. Nothing followed, keeping the heavy vibe in tact, but in more atmospheric ways. Then the vibe totally changed as jazz hop trio BadBadNotGood played (including a Flying Lotus cover). Their set was instrumental... until the last two songs when they were joined by Odd Future's Tyler, the Creator (who's collaborated with them before). Tyler and BBNG really got the crowd going, and though many filtered out after their set, a new batch of people quickly filled it back up for Roosevelt and the Swedish electro party that was Little Dragon.
Thanks to Life or Death for helping make things happen, and to all our sponsors. We served complimentary drinks courtesy of Jameson, and had Shiner beer specials all day long, free Veri organic soda, Frito pies courtesy of HomeState, and free popcorn at the Marshall Headphones booth where you could win headphones every hour on the hour if you tagged your Instagrams #BVMarshall.
Yukimi poses for Indiegogo -- photo by Daniel Christiansen
Nokia MixRadio was on site educating us about their free music service and playing the BrooklynVegan MixRadio SXSW playlist between bands. Indiegogo was there with free earplugs and conversation. Songboard, a new "music destination that offers artists and bands essential services and unique capabilities to maximize potential" was there too and with free thumb drives and education. We let in 20 people each day who were taking advantage of Esurance's SXSW-wide #EsuranceAccess program.
Special thanks to all of our bands and everyone who helped make it all possible, including you. Thanks everyone who made it out, and sorry to everyone who waited on line but didn't get in (the fire marshals were cracking down on venues more than ever this year.).
One set of pictures from this party is posted over at BV Austin. Check out more pictures from the whole day (by Amanda Hatfield except where specified), below...
After a Wednesday night official showcase at the same venue, BrooklynVegan will take over both stages of Red 7 during the hours of noon-6pm each day on Thursday (3/13), Friday (3/14) and Saturday (3/15) of SXSW Music. Saturday's lineup is announced. Friday is on the way. Here is Thursday!
THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 2014 @ RED 7 (FREE)Please RSVP, and show up early to see all the bands and to ensure you get some complimentary drinks courtesy of Jameson (while supplies last).
12:00 Basia Bulat
12:45 Cate Le Bon
01:45 Nicole Atkins
03:30 Rhett Miller (of the Old 97's)
04:30 Sylvan Esso
05:15 San Fermin
We'll also have Shiner beer specials all day long, free Veri organic soda, free Frito Pies from HomeState (while they last!), and free popcorn at the Marshall Headphones booth where you can pose in our photobooth and where someone will win a pair of headphones every hour on the hour!
This party should be especially interesting since we managed to create a pretty diverse lineup across the two stages all in one day. Basia Bulat into Cate Le Bon into Nicole Atkins into Torres into Rhett Miller into San Fermin will be a dream for some who will probably not want to step outside at all during our two early rap sets (Cities Aviv & Overdoz) and the heaviness Trash Talk and Nothing will bring.
The outside stage on this party was a collaboration with Life or Death who work with many of those artists, including Trash Talk (excited to have Trash Talk back on a BV SXSW show again), Odd Futures's Tyler the Creator (ditto), and our outside headliner Little Dragon who they manage. Thanks to them for the support and for helping us present my favorite Swedish electro-band Little Dragon again.
Those who want to dance can hopefully make it from Roosevelt;s outside set to Sylvan Esso's inside one, and then back out for Little Dragon. If capacity doesn't allow that, it's still a winning situation whichever stage you end up at.
Nokia MixRadio will be on site educating us about their free music service. Indiegogo will be on hand to answer all your crowdfunding questions. Songboard, a new "music destination that offers artists and bands essential services and unique capabilities to maximize potential" will be there too to teach artists and fans more about their new company and what they can maybe do for you.
Again, this is one of three free BrooklynVegan day parties at Red 7 this year. Please RSVP once for entry to all three. SXSW badges are also welcome and be sure to stop by the Esurance Glove Box at the Austin Convention Center or their Fuel Lounge at 6th and Trinity to pick up an Esurance Access Pass. Then follow @esurance on Twitter to find out when and where you can hop the line for our party and others around Austin...
A$AP Ferg at Irving Plaza in May (more by Samantha Marble)
A$AP Ferg became the second A$AP Mob member to release a well-received album this year with Trap Lord, which dropped back in August. He's since announced an extensive tour to support the album with Joey Fatts, Aston Matthews, Overdoz, and 100s. The tour includes a NYC show happening on December 6 at Irving Plaza. Tickets for that show are on sale now. All dates are listed, along with the tour flyer, below.
In addition to the usual suspect guests on Trap Lord, like A$AP Rocky and Schoolboy Q, the young rapper was also graced with an appearance by some veterans, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. Bone Thugs just announced that they'll play NYC on October 27 at BB King's. Tickets for that show go on sale Tuesday (10/1) at noon.
Meanwhile, A$AP Mob's "Bath Salt" collaborators Flatbush Zombies and another A$AP collaborator Bodega Bamz are teaming up for a tour this year. That tour includes a NYC show happening on December 3 at Irving Plaza. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (10/4) at 10 AM with Live Nation/Music Geeks presales starting Thursday (10/3) at 10 AM (password for the Music Geeks presale is "musicgeeks"). All dates on their tour are listed below too.
Flatbush Zombies just released a new mixtape earlier this month titled Better Off Dead, which features guest spots from Danny Brown (whose new album is streaming) and Action Bronson. That mixtape can be streamed below and downloaded (legally) at MediaFire.
A number of other hip hop shows, including Schoolboy Q, Talib Kweli, Black Moon and more, were recently announced too.
All lists of dates, song streams, and flyer, below...
Lollapalooza (more by Grant MacAllister)
Chicago Sun Times reports:
Lollapalooza has revealed its official 2012 list of performers -- a typically wide-ranging smorgasbord of genres and styles topped by nearly a dozen mainstage headliners: the Red Hot Chili Peppers, freshly reunited bands Black Sabbath and At the Drive-In, the Black Keys, Jack White, Florence + The Machine, the Shins and Passion Pit, plus spotlighted electronic music including Swedish house titan Avicii, French dance duo Justice and DJ-producer Bassnectar.Check out the full list below...
The annual music festival is scheduled for Aug. 3-5 in Chicago's Grant Park.
Rumored lineups have circulated widely, as they usually do, and Lollapalooza itself stoked the speculation in recent weeks via a series of CTA and online advertisements that seemed to hint at who would be playing.
The ads featured lyrics from such acts as Sigur Ros, Santigold, Jack White, Kimbra, Twin Shadow, the Weeknd, Bloc Party and more -- all bands that wound up on the bill.