“Don’t wait for trains guns and lovers, the station is quiet dry and warm, the shifting sands of lands and … Continue Reading Sounds x Premiere: Cancion // Highwayman
Not going to lie, when I first heard this ambient, dream-pop track ‘K.’ from Brooklyn-based band Cigarettes After Sex, I … Continue Reading Sounds: Cigarettes After Sex // K.
Park Slope at 15th street and 3rd avenue // artist: Boa Mistura We can’t change the world unless we change ourselves.
Left Bank caught up with psychedelic synth-rock band Dinowalrus at their show earlier this week at Webster Hall, as they (along … Continue Reading Seen // Sounds: Dinowalrus x Webster Hall NYC
Welcome to The Future of the Future Hell no I’m not letting the flu stop me from our week of … Continue Reading Seen: The Fantastic Plastics // Under the Knife
“These are the characters we play in Night Powers – a decadent and elegant crew of dilettantes in some hazy … Continue Reading Sounds: Night Powers // Video Premiere
It’s no secret, I’m a post-punk kind of person, but when a group like The Fantastic Plastics comes along, you … Continue Reading Editor’s Space: The Fantastic Plastics Win At Life x CMJ 2015
STOKED. Our friends over at SIMGE (Speak Into My Good Eye) are hosting a sick CMJ showcase tomorrow night featuring Mount … Continue Reading Editor’s Space: SIMGE X CMJ 2015
Mercury in Retrograde wasn’t a COMPLETE bust- sometime between all of the mini-catastrophes, we received an email confirming a shiny … Continue Reading Editor’s Space: NYC Independent Film Festival
At long last, we are happy to present an interview produced by La Leche Productions during their Hangover Session with Fin-Folsom. … Continue Reading Seen // Sounds: Hangover Sessions x Fin-Folsom
Our friends over at Buried Muse first put Sam Kogon and his ‘Ancient Aliens’ genre on our radar, and lucky they … Continue Reading Sounds: Sam Kogon // I Could Never
You know, her life was saved by rock ‘n’ roll RIP Lou Reed, you god.
I spent last night on a somewhat odd date at the Rubin Museum of Art. While the details of the date … Continue Reading Seen: Rubin Museum // NYC
You’re welcome. Copyright Bad Brains.
They brought intensity to their playing, they harmonized with skill, and perhaps most importantly, it was obvious that they enjoyed … Continue Reading Sounds // Seen: Beecher’s Fault x Bowery Electric
Oh mercy, mercy me. Things ain’t what they used to be Cue Marvin Gaye.
Singing in English, Spanish, and Portuguese, Maya Solovéy ropes together an unusual combo of humor, coy sensuality, and an impeccable … Continue Reading La Leche x Hangover Sessions: Maya Solovéy
Happy Saturday all you hungover artists and miscreants, I’ve got some excellent news to share! We’ve recently partnered with La … Continue Reading Editor’s Space: Left Bank Magazine x La Leche Productions
Seen during a drunken walk to Trash Bar while chatting with my mum. Oops.
Holy FVCK are we excited for this. The amazing Miami Horror // indietronic outfit from Australia // shared some words … Continue Reading Interview: Miami Horror
Rad gallery on Kent brought me face to face with this piece. Deep.
Last week in New York City, several museums bordering the Museum Mile stayed opened late enough for us workaholics unable … Continue Reading Seen x Art: Guggenheim After Dark
At the corner of Houston and Bowery in front of the street art wall, if you’re looking for a combination … Continue Reading Seen: Truth // New York City
A weekend excursion to the Museum of Modern Art has provided some much-needed inspiration. Think what you will about Yoko, but … Continue Reading Seen: Yoko Ono // MoMA
Bradley Theodore is easily putting himself on the map where Pop Art and Street Art are concerned, rivalling with the … Continue Reading Seen: Bradley Theodore // SoHo // NYC
Seen at the Pop International Gallery in SoHo // NYC. Copyright Mr. Brainwash.
Seen at the corner of Bowery and Houston. Rad.
Mad real Left Bank vibes right here ladies and gentlemen. Check out her other pieces here.