Concerts

  1. Best Of Netflix: Epic Concerts

    The sights are good and the sounds are even better in these live concert films featuring Eric Clapton (and friends), Jimmy Cliff, KISS, Wu-Tang Clan and ZZ Top, available for immediate rocking out on Netflix.

    April 23, 2012
  2. New On Netflix: Tom Waits: Big Time

    Tom Waits does his one-of-a-kind thing in this bizarre, circus-like musical theatre experience masquerading as a concert film.

    April 2, 2012
  3. Led Zeppelin “The Ocean” (Live)

    From their concert at Madison Square Garden in NYC, 1973. This is rock and roll people.

    March 2, 2012
  4. Vintage Punk Flyers Redesigned

    Swissted.com is an ongoing project by NYC graphic designer Mike Joyce. Combining love of punk rock and Swiss modernism, which have nothing to do with one another, he redesigns vintage punk, hardcore and indie show flyers into typographic posters. Each is sized to the standard Swiss kiosk dimensions of 35.5 inches wide by 50 inches high and set in Berthold Akzidenz Grotesk. All of these shows happened.

    January 11, 2012
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  5. Don’t Think

    Filmed with 20 cameras at Japan’s version of Glastonbury – Fujirock Festival – Don’t Think is the first time the full Chemical Brothers’ live experience has been captured on film, and it looks fantastic.

    December 5, 2011
  6. Heavy Metal Parking Lot

    Epic! This short documentary shows metal fans tailgating in the parking lot outside the Capital Center in Landover, Maryland on May 31, 1986, before a Judas Priest concert.

    September 28, 2011
  7. Pitchfork To Stream Final LCD Soundsystem Show From MSG

    If you weren’t able to get tickets to LCD Soundsystem’s final show at Madison Square Garden on April 2nd, Pitchfork will be streaming it LIVE, in real time, and once only. Pretty cool.

    March 25, 2011
  8. Broken Social Scene “KC Accidental”

    Broken Social Scene played a sold-out gig at Terminal 5 in NYC earlier this week, and Bowery Presents was nice enough to record the whole show. Here is “KC Accidental”.

    January 22, 2011