Knitting Factory

Of Montreal at Northside Music

Northside Music Roundup

by: Katie Chow

Thursday Armed with tiger masks and face paint, Niki & the Dove got Northside Festival off to a good start. Though their album Instinct doesn’t come out in the US until later this year, they’ve […]

Tags: Antics, Brooklyn, Caveman, Glasslands Gallery, Jens Lekman, Katie Chow, Kid Sister, Kitty Pryde, Knitting Factory, McCarren Park, music, Niki & The Dove, Northside Festival, Of Montreal, photography, These United States, Williamsburg
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Photoset: We Are Serenades

by: Katie Chow

A little bit of Scandinavia arrived in New York last week, as We Are Serenades came to town in support of their recently-released album Criminal Heaven. At the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, the band was […]

Tags: Brooklyn, Concerts, Katie Chow, Knitting Factory, music, photography, The Wild Magazine, We Are Serenades
Lily Claire of Lily & The Parlour Tricks

WILD Profile: Lily Claire, the Striking Songstress

by: Blaine Skrainka

Who: Lily Claire of Lily and the Parlour Tricks Where: New York City What: Musician What’s on her mind today: Sandwiches. What she’s currently working on: Keeping my sanity, and a couple of new songs. […]

Tags: Alec Baldwin, Blaine Skrainka, Bowery Electric, Knitting Factory, Lily and the Parlour Tricks, Lily Claire, music, New York City, SXSW, The Wild Magazine, Tom Waits, Truman Capote, Wild Profile: The Striking Songstress, WILD PROFILES, Williamsburg
The Antlers


by: Laura Crestohl

Broken relationships seem to be Peter Silberman’s specialty. And, as is proven by the new album released last Tuesday by his Brooklyn-based band, The Antlers, no matter how many songs Silberman writes about his lost […]

Tags: Bowery Ballroom, Knitting Factory, Laura Crestohl, music, Music Hall of Williamsburg, Nelson Mandela, New York, The Wild Magazine