Tag Archives: parquet courts

Parquet Courts photo
Win Tickets to Parquet Courts at The Regent Theater

Brooklyn indie post-punk rockers Parquet Courts recently put on a standout live performance of their new single “Captive of the Sun” on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, which garnered them a standing ovation from the audience. Expect an equally impressive show and hear fresh tunes from their fifth studio album Human Performance (Rough Trade Records) when […]

More
Par
Recommended: Parquet Courts release new album “Content Nausea” under Parkay Quarts

Parquet Courts, a band that prides themselves in not falling in the clutches of social media or major label ownership (although they do have a functioning Facebook page), have continued strong with their DIY tenor and have dropped their second record this year. The Brooklyn-based indie-post-punkers received much critical acclaim for their June 2014 release, […]

More
Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Win Tickets to Parquet Courts at the Roxy

We last caught the Brooklyn garage punks at the Fonda earlier this year, where they delivered an energetic set alongside the one-man garage band, White Fence. Parquet Courts are known for their D.I.Y. aesthetic after releasing their debut album, American Specialties, on limited cassette in 2011. On their Website, they include a few quotes describing […]

More
Brissa Sanchez |
white fence band photo
Photos: Parquet Courts and White Fence energize the Fonda Theatre with a healthy dose of garage rock

There’s a unique feeling that a packed rock show produces, a spike of energy the resonates around a venue, a certain charge in the air. The Fonda Theatre caught the vibe for the Parquet Courts and White Fence’s performance this past Friday. There was palpable energy wrapping around the crowd as they twitched and thrashed […]

More
Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Win Tickets to Parquet Courts with White Fence at Fonda Theatre

Head out to the Fonda Theatre this Friday, January 17 to see all Brooklyn garage punks, Parquet Courts. This four-piece describes their music as The Fall meets Neil Young, giving them a post-punk sound with southern comfort. It’s fast, sensible, relatable, and all-around enjoyable to listen to and dance to. Joining them on stage are White Fence […]

More
Sandra Burciaga Olinger |