Serving it up holiday style! Here’s when you can pop in during the holidays…and, remember, free coffee if you sing us a Christmas carol :)
Friday 12/23: 7am – 5pm
Sat 12/24: 8am – 2pm
Sunday 12/25: 9am – 12pm
Monday 12/26: 8am – 5pm
Friday 12/30: 7am – 6pm
Saturday 12/31: 8am – 2pm
Sunday 1/1: 9am – 9pm (Arrested Development Marathon in The Library)
Monday 1/2: 8am – 9pm (Arrested Development Marathon in The Library)
If you stayed out a bit too late on Saturday night and are just rolling out of bed on Sunday morning, boy do we have your day set. At 9 am on January 1st, we are starting a two-day Arrested Development Marathon that will run from 9am to 9pm Sunday and then kick back up on Monday the 2nd at 9 am.
Stay for an episode, stay for ten, or stay for all 53. It is going to be hilarious.
Koo, koo, ke cha.
Happy Holidays everyone! We’re sure that many still have presents to buy, gifts to wrap, and food to cook so we have complied an extra long edition of Music Monday to get you through this crazy time of year.
To begin, Arcade Fire has given the world another fabulous interactive video along with a traditional video highlighting suburban life. Interact with Sprawl II now and watch the quirky moves of Régine Chassagne below. It’s the best gift we have received thus far…
…get a first listen of Guided By Voices’ new album “Let’s Go Eat The Factory” which features the classic lineup…
…put this beautiful rendition of “Silent Night” by The Kills on all of your holiday playlists…
…watch Death Cab for Cutie perform “Home Is A Fire” and “I Will Possess Your Heart” at The Brooklyn Museum for a intimate PBS special, Live In The Artists Den…
…Radiohead has released two new songs, which you can listen to exclusively on their YouTube channel…
…lastly comes a video from an amazing talent, James Blake. Watch “A Case of You” below.
We hope this helps cure any type of holiday blues. Happy Holidays!
The weather in New York is finally getting cold – and staying that way. Fortunately this week’s Music Monday is featuring some awesome new tracks and videos to keep you toasty warm. (Of course a cup of Birch’s hot coffee wouldn’t hurt either)
…check out My Morning Jacket singing “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” at a recent BBC 6 Music session…
…feel like a member of Das Racist for a moment while watching their latest video “Brand New Dance” featuring the band grooving on stage, performing some backstage shenanigans, and getting up close and personal with the camera.
Welcome back to another edition of Music Monday! This week we have a fantastic batch of new music that we are loving!
…“Cloudbursting” is a playful new track from the Brooklyn based band, Wild Arrows. Take a listen and make sure to get tickets to see them live, they are currently playing shows in the New York Area…
…and Shabazz Palaces new video for “Black Up” is a must see!
Check out our latest installation of the ‘Artist Spotlight’ series on Facebook and get to know the band Tribes a bit better. Based in UK, Tribes have been rocking out crowds on tour with bands like The Pixies, Mystery Jets, The Kooks and Kaiser Chiefs all over, and will be playing shows in the NY area next week! Enter the sweepstakes for your chance to win their EP ’We Were Children’ on vinyl and one exclusive/limited edition silk-screened poster.
Welcome back to another edition of Birch’s Music Monday. We have some excellent music to fuel you through your upcoming holiday shopping excursions.
The video for UK indie pop duo, Slow Club’s track “If We’re Still Alive” from their album Paradise is a montage of a video diary from their last tour, perfect for taking your mind off the New York winter weather.
…take a listen to Leonard Cohen’s single from his first album in 8 years, Old Times. While the album isn’t available until after the holidays are over (release date is Jan. 31st), “Show Me The Place” is definitely a treat…
…lastly, watch Florence + the Machine cover Drake’s “Take Care” which features Rihanna on BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge and make sure to take care of yourself while taking care of your friends and family with a download the song here!
This week’s Music Monday is featuring some tunes to help prepare you for the winter. These lovely, cozy sounds are perfect for staying inside with a delicious cup of hot coffee, tea, or coco. Take a listen!
Fleet Foxes’ have released a beautifully animated video for “The Shrine/An Argument” directed by the bands frontman Robin Pecknold’s brother, Sean. Watch this elegant story…
…Swedish musician Jens Lekman recently recorded an acoustic set at BBC Radio 1, where he played his newest track “I Don’t Know What To Do With This Information” in his usual story-telling fashion. You can listen to the entire set on Stereogum….
…50 Words of Winter is the title of Kate Bush’s latest record. It is a lovely album that will definitely get you in the mood for snowball fights, snow angel making, and snowman creating. Listen to the album on NPR now and buy it when it comes out tomorrow.