Since 2006, BrooklynVegan's one-time Brooklyn-based Comedy Editor. Now an Amsterdam-based contributor. Doesn't mean to write about Pink Floyd related stuff so much but can't help himself.
Pink Floyd prep ‘Live At Knebworth 1990’ (listen to “Shine on You Crazy Diamond”)
This is the first time Pink Floyd‘s Knebworth 1990 festival performance has been officially released as a standalone live album.
Alex Henry Foster & The Long Shadows debut “Lavender Sky” video
The song itself is gorgeous and cinematic and brings to my mind artists like Hammock and Asche & Spencer, with heaping helpings of Mogwai and Explosions in the Sky.
Roger Waters announces 2020 “This is Not a Drill” Tour
Roger Waters has announced the 2020 "This is Not A Drill" tour which will be performed "in the round" and runs July 8 in Pittsburgh through October 3 in Dallas...
Pink Floyd’s comprehensive ‘Later Years’ box set chronicles David Gilmour era (listen)
The Later Years is a grand multi-media survey of the David Gilmour era of Pink Floyd, that brings fans remastered albums and videos, never before seen footage, replica memorabilia, a 40-page hardcover book, 7" records and reproductions of tour books.
Sigur Ros’s Jonsi & Alex Somers brought Riceboy Sleeps to Brooklyn (pics, review)
Jonsi & Alex's Riceboy Sleeps concert made for a night of overwhelmingly beautiful music, and an audience-wide sound experiment with Pop Rocks.
Hammock prep 10th album ‘Silencia’ (stream two tracks)
'Silencia' is the final part to the Nashville post-rock duo's trilogy that began with 'Mysterium' and 'Universalis'.
Iron Maiden brought the bomber and leveled Barclays (night 1 pics, review, videos, setlist…
Iron Maiden are sticking to the classics for this tour, which hit Brooklyn for their first of two Barclays Center shows on Friday night...
The Who brought a full orchestra and the hits to MSG (pics, setlist, review)
Roger Daltrey and Pete Townsend still got it.
Nick Mason unleashed a saucerful of Pink Floyd oldies at the Beacon (pics, review)
Nick Mason's expert band (featuring members of Spandau Ballet, Ian Dury & the Blockheads, and past Pink Floyd-related musicians) really tapped into the spirit of the pre-Dark Side era, and perhaps most important of all, they were genuinely fun.
Spiritualized tore a black hole into Brooklyn Steel (review, setlist)