Archive for October 3, 2011

Last night, Bright Light Social Hour and Black Taxi brought Mercury Lounge down with an unforgettable show. Austin’s BLSH, who whipped the crowd into a sweaty dancing frenzy with their infectious grooves, more than warmed up the audience in preparation for Black Taxi. It was the perfect way to celebrate the band’s new single, “Tightrope,” which they performed among other new tracks that will soon be released on  their upcoming album, “We Don”t Know Any better,” and several fan favorites. The highlight of the evening occured during “Up Here for Thinking (Down There for Dancing)” from their first album Things of That Nature, when the band welcomed the audience on stage for a dance party finale!

Here’s a newbie!

Back in Brooklyn for one night only, Outernational took over the Knitting Factory in Williamsburg on September 30. Also joining them was Japanese punk rockers, Uzuhi, and Radio Armada (sorry to have missed them!).

Here are some sights and sounds of future rock!

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