"Do you know how many cast members said to me, 'I can't drink that much, I can't smoke that much.'"
An excerpt from the upcoming expanded edition of the oral history Live From New York.
Including Kyle Mooney and Beck Bennett's touchy-feely good-byes.
Who was the breakout performer and who might get cut?
Nothing will ever change. And Lorne Michaels would be stupid to do so.
At last night's MoMA "Party in the Garden," stars like Diane Sawyer and Mike Nichols kept cool while M.I.A. performed.
The king of gruppy kids' music talks to New York.
Exclusive video of Battles live at South Street Seaport, plus an interview with the band.
"Me and Mia" and "Sons of Cain."
"Oversleeping" and "Treehouse," by I'm From Barcelona.
Excellent tunes and an astonishing mustache.
Performance footage plus a video interview.
Octopus Project brought a thousand rocket balloons to their show and passed them out to the audience, instructing them to let the balloons sputter off into the air as the band played its space-age punk rock. We've got original video coverage of the day's events, including opening act Erase Errata.
Above, check out Man Man playing "Banana Ghost," preceded by a brand-new song that we would title "Been Knocked Out Way Too Long," but which is probably called "Kitten Apocalypse" or some shit.
Yesterday we showed you the scene at this weekend's McCarren Pool show in Williamsburg, at which Chapel Hellions Superchunk rocked, Brooklyn tots Slip-'n-Slid, and music fans baked under the sun. Today we've got full-song video of two performances from the show. Above, check out Superchunk playing their opener, "Driveway to Driveway"; below the jump, catch the band playing the always-great-live "Animated Airplanes Over Germany."