West Indian Day Parade

September 5, 2016

Most focus on the occasional violence related to this annual event. Did you know that between 2 and 3 million people attend? Get that many people together with alcohol and half naked woman & it's shocking there isn't more violence. When I went I had a fantastic time. The crowd was friendly, the music was thumping, the food was mouth watering, and the people marching were nothing short of beautiful. I'll be there every year from now on. Check out this gallery of shots I captured for a taste.

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Bambara @ Palisades

February 25, 2016

Guest Reviewer: Erik The Red

Bambara is a noise post-punk group from Brooklyn by way of Athens.  While their music conjures up bands like Swans, Place To Bury Strangers, Liars and Jesus Lizard, Bambara has created something new and unique.  The trio has lived, rehearsed and recorded together in a Bushwick basement studio since 2011, forging a bond that has certainly benefited their live show.  The trio played a blistering seven-song set at an album-release show at Palisades.  The set consisted mostly of new material from their upcoming LP, Swarm.  If this performance was any indication, we are looking at a breakthrough album.