Last night you could find (some of) us at Webster Hall, getting into FADER fave Miho Hatori and later, the Brazilian Girls' electronics, detached vocals and big beat-esque drums—which reminded us of fifth grade (in a good way!) Unlike most of the homogenous all-indie/all-frat/all B&T nights at the Web, the BGs pulled in one of the motleyest crews we’ve seen in a minute: Ibiza wastoids, yuppies and rugrats, indie heroes. Also—and this may have been the gin—a couple of glow sticks? Whatever, regardless, the good vibes were in effect: Cloaked in a gold sequined dress, singer Sabina Sciubba was all, “There’s a whole world of people full of love!” We weren’t trying to do a trust fall with the dude in the mesh tank standing next to us or anything, but we still got warm fuzzies from all the lounge-jazz classy charisma in the air.
Jets to Brazil
October 06, 2006