Archive for July, 2011

Video: The Babies – “Wild II” live at McCarren Park on June 18th, 2011

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXeARyIkAks

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“Unwell” by Ali Koehler

Photo by dangerismycat

” It’s that time again!

I just recorded this. It’s a song that I’ve had the verses to for forever but could never think of any other parts and then I said fuck it, it’ll just be a song of verses. Who cares.

A nice bum-out song about being bummed out. (…)”

Read more & listen to the song: http://hernameisali.tumblr.com/post/7944487797/its-that-time-again-i-just-recorded-this-its

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UPDATE December 2011: Ali Koehler create a bandcamp page: alikoehler.bandcamp.com


Video: Vivian Girls – I Heard You Say (live in Bristol UK, July ’11)

Live in Bristol Fleece, 20 July 2011


Video: Cup Of Coffee with .. VIVIAN GIRLS

Cup Of Coffee with .. VIVIAN GIRLS


Vivian Girls Asia Tour 2011

LAST MINUTE: 14 July 2011 – free show in Bangkok

– (? 2 July 2011 ?) Pictures: by Ayafone on flickr

– 4 July 2011 VIDEO: Full gig “live at Nagoya Apollo Theater” Pictures: by joe joe joe

– 9 July 2011 VIDEO: Vivian Girls performing “Take It As It Comes” + Never See Me Again   Pictures: by Tommy Au Photo

 


Video: Vivian Girls live at Nagoya Apollo Theatre, Japan

4 July 2011 – Apollo Theater, Nagoya, Japan

Video from http://www.youtube.com/user/soundfreak1978

1. Never See Me Again
2. Can’t Get Over You
3. I Heard You Say
4. The Other Girls
5. Wild Eyes
6. Take It As It Comes
7. Lake House
8. I Won’t Be Long
9. Vanishing Of Time
10. I Have No Fun
11. When I’m Gone
12. Death
13. Sixteen Ways
14. Before I Start To Cry
15. Tell The World
16. All The Time
17. No
18. Out For The Sun


Vivian Girls | Time Out Hong Kong – Music in Hong Kong

Photo by napkinshoe

“It’s been three years since the lo-fi garage punk sound of the Vivian Girls’ critically-acclaimed, self-titled debut album – accompanied by some particularly outspoken interview comments – polarised opinions across the worldwide blogosphere. We chatted to guitarist and frontwoman of the Brooklyn trio, Cassie Ramone, ahead of the girls’ first ever show on Hong Kong soil.”

Read more: http://www.timeout.com.hk/music/features/43803/vivan-girls.html