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From 9am to 4am, Cake Shop serves warm coffee and the sweetest indie rock in town. You can take your music live downstairs or enjoy excellently curated mp3s upstairs over one of the bakery's winning cupcakes. The cozy atmosphere, warmly attributed to trailer-type wood-paneled walls, and invitingly dingy performance space arrayed with holiday lights gives this hipster haven a particular chic that perhaps has to do more with the pastries than the tunes. Here you can have your music and eat it too.
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Epically divine sounds transcend minds in the musical dreamworld of singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Sondra Sun-Odeon, also half of psychedelic weavers Silver Summit. Sun-Odeon is in the midst of celebrating the release of her impeccably... More »
So come, won't you? Doors open at noon thirty at Cake Shop, and you're all welcome. All of you. Even if you don't have a CMJ badge. It's zero dollars, and we've got a stellar lineup which includes muc... More »
On the surface, it seemed Craig Dermody's life wasn't going all that bad in his home of Melbourne, Australia. He was playing around town in the psychedelically damaged rock unit Spider Vomit as well... More »
The Lower East Side venue Cake Shop has been on a desperate mission to keep its doors open. Staring into the pending end of their original 10-year lease, and owing back rent, higher-than-expected taxe... More »
Unless you're seven feet tall, equipped with X-ray vision, or willing to elbow several dozen seedy Lower East Side types in the face in pursuit of a front-row spot, there's no way you'd be able to see anything happening on the so-low-it's-not-even-technically-a-stage stage if not for the TV above the bar at Cake Shop, a vintage black-and-white model offering a feed from a camera pointed directly onstage, showing in all probability the only unobstructed view of whatever ragtag crew of LES... More »
The bears have Chelsea, the twinks have Hell's Kitchen, the dykes have Park Slope, and the hipster queers have Williamsburg . . . and the Lower East Side? Amid scantily clad, possibly roofied blondes and their former-frat-boy boyfriends, a gaggle of tight-pantsed (or no-pantsed) indie- and punk-loving queers make their mark once a month on the increasingly vapid nightlife scene on the LES. In 2007, promoter Sir Loins, DJ Go-Karff, and bass player A.Martini started QxBxRx (Queers, Beers &... More »
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