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This Saturday is out in full force.
Mark Ronson – still stylish.
Richard Lawson – always prognostic.
Aggy Deyn – always pertinent.
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This week Lebanon represents with a film festival, Tarek Atoui’s residency at the New Museum. New York represents with a Gallery Week, and ?The Real Bushwick? So many questions! Well, it is not answers that drive us forward, it is questions that we may yet to ask, so are you ready to go live some?
Adam Green’ s Teen Tech was unveiled during an upbeat art opening at the Morrison Hotel Gallery Bowery, a veritable who’s who of NYC’s indie and major label rock glitterati. The artist was present amongst friends, as was iconic photographer Mick Rock, who schmoozed alongside the likes of Interpol’s Paul Banks, The Strokes’ Fab Moretti…
Events are little pillboxes from which we tweet, ROFL and roll. I sometimes wish that people tweeted less while at one, but then again, how would I know if the beer is already gone or if there is an actual fire at the back entrance? Also, I’m a hypocrite. In the coming days we have a few events that we’re excited to share with you. So share we shall .
NYC’s dapper howler of the best kind o’ blues, Jon Spencer, back again with the Explosion, and shares the stage with the very dance-worthy Golden Triangle to boot, at Brooklyn Bowl.
Our events included: finding our true selves and finding out that it’s OK now to reminisce and not feel angry about a guy who tried to find weapons in our bum-bums and attempt to be OK with a guy who tried to cause mass destruction. It’s spring now, let’s try to get along and see the best in each others’ red wine-stained teeth. Oh! Also there are lots of things to do…
Events, they are place-times where you meet with your friends and make fun of other people who look like too much or not enough, sometimes you start a really important conversation about something and the band suddenly goes on and you have to keep your thoughts inside because your friends are now paying attention to whatever is on the stage and making eyes, so you keep it inside and actually think out the rest of the conversation as you think it should happen and what you should’ve / not done. By the time the lights go on or you exit the art party and your friend turns to ask what it is you were saying earlier (if they are nice), you feel so sublime at having everything figured out already that you just mention about a cool place to get some whiskey, hot chocolate or mojitos and all of you spend the rest of the night laughing at things you did or will do. So let’s get to it…