WITH DAN THE AUTOMATOR & KID KOALA Concert of the summer for sure! An Epic night on the lawn at the Celebrate Brooklyn Bandshell… I went online and saw a short, live video clip the day before this show that had the entire orchestra playing and though, “there’s no way [...]
Walked over to the House of Vans with Nick to meet up with a couple of friends… free concert you know. Crazy long beer line made sense only when we got to the front and found out it was free! Canadian indie rocker Mac Demarco performed for an enthusiastic crowd… [...]
Our favorite festival… made brighter every year by the mighty Michael
Can’t resist the power of Steel Panther… whenever they come to town, it’s on! Many ask me when I wear the t-shirt “is that a real band”… your damn right it is… and they rock!
Played all of the hits, sounded amazing! “Riding on the metro oh oh”… She even took a ride through the crowd on the bouncer shoulders while she sang.
Headed to the East Village last night for The Press House 13 Year Anniversary at Mercury Lounge – woo-woo! Met some new people and caught up with ol’ friends but the highlight was definitely goodbyemotel‘s set in 4D! 3D glasses were given out, (with custom GBM logo may I add), and the [...]
Gentlemen, we can rebuild it. We have the technology. We have the capability to make the worlds first bionic web site. Miko Graphics will be that site. Better than it was before. Better, stronger, faster. After years of extensive laboratory testing, the brand-spanking-new MikoGraphics.com is open for business. Per usual, we’ve got you covered for [...]
All humor aside, Liam Finn is no joke! My good friend Bob Duncan practically dragged me to this gig and so glad he did… great songs, great band. Spent the afternoon listening to Crowded House & Split Enz to get ready (his father is Neil Finn), but Liam has a [...]
Everyone loves a field trip. And where else beckons more than Texas, and that great annual amalgamation of music, corporate sponsorship and beer, South By Southwest? Miko Graphics was on the scene, maneuvering through the rowdy crowds and sticky bar floors. This year we answered many essential questions, such as: [...]
Here is a collage of Popular Mechanics cover and a 1950 “Destination: Moon” 1950 interior illustration (with some shots from the movie): Read more at http://www.darkroastedblend.com/2012/06/rare-wonderful-1950s-space-art.html#GpapCiDz530jleks.99