Willie Davis4Knots Music Festival: Dan Deacon, Yeasayer (DJ sets)
Saturday, June 16
4Knots Indoor Lounge
Better than: Going home and passing out.
In my coverage of the 4Knots main stage, my "critical bias," as named at the bottom of these write-ups, has been fairly obviousalmost so o ... More >>
Doors for the Village Voice-sponsored 4Knots Music Festivalhappening at Pier 17 on the South Street Seaportopen in about an hour, and if you want to plan your afternoon, we have set times for all the bands on the bill, as well as the DJs spinning in the 4Knots Indoor Lounge (loc ... More >>
The kickoff party for the 4Knots Music Festivala prelude to July 16's big fest, headlined by Ted Leo and the Pharmaciststakes place at South Street Seaport's Pier 17 on July 9, and is it going to start off with a bang: Opening the show will be shred-happy New Brunswick trio Screaming ... More >>
The first annual 4Knots Music Festivalfree, at South Street Seaporttakes place on July 16; Mr. Dream will perform at the all-day show at Pier 17. In addition to the day's roster of bandswhich also includes The Black Angels, Titus Andronicus, Davila 666, Oberhofer, and Ele ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives.
April 13, 1972, Vol. XVII, No. 15
'Fire in his mouth, trumpets in his throat'
By Dalton James
He had kept the faith. And now, in the refuge of the Abyssinian Baptist Church, Adam Clayton Powell was nestled amid a flower garden of wrea ... More >>
Tonight, find Mr. Johnny Rotten aged to post-punk perfection with Public Image Ltd. at Terminal 5, where you'll catch the ex-Sex Pistols frontman wailing about "Death Disco," songs that aren't love songs, and the like. At Mercury Lounge, discover a couple of Christopher R. Weingarten-approved acts ... More >>
After the New Yorker, a real press photo, maybe.
The poet Michael Robbins lives in Chicago, quotes both Lil Wayne and Paul Muldoon fluently, and studs his criticism with punchlines like "This sort of thing is why punk rock had to be invented." His January 12 debut in the New Yorker, "Alien Vs. Pre ... More >>