A gorgeous view of New York City's East River serves as the backdrop for San Francisco band Girls in this edition of our rooftop performance series. Click to watch them play ebullient single "Lust for Life" and check back tomorrow for more.
Along with No Age and Mika Miko, noise-punk animals HEALTH complete the triforce of L.A.'s burgeoning 'The Smell' scene. This five-song night-time rooftop assault on Times Square is enough to kickstart a new west-vs-east rivalry.
Singer/songwriter Bill Callahan (aka Smog) gives an intimate sunset performance on a rooftop in Brooklyn, including songs from last year's Woke on a Whaleheart LP, plus a new arrangement of his classic "Cold Blooded Old Times".
Okkervil River open their set on our NY rooftop with a glacial version of a fan favorite as the Empire State Building looms behind. But the real kicker is the lively, uptempo "Okkervil River Song", closing in five-part harmony and drenched in sunlight.
In the latest installment of DLD, Crystal Antlers perform high above mid-town Manhattan. Frontman Jonny Bell summons the chimney sweep inside, and scales the ledge during the first song, with a 25-story drop below. Continued tomorrow...
Following their life-perverting performance at the 2008 Pitchfork Music Festival, King Khan and the Shrines took to the rooftops of Brooklyn for a (literally) thunderous set. To put it another way, they made it rain.
Featuring Daniel Rossen, Chris Taylor, and Christopher Bear of Grizzly Bear, Department of Eagles bring their melancholic brand of baroque pop to a Manhattan rooftop in this latest installment of Don't Look Down. Concluded tomorrow.
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