Judging by the amount of email and DMs I’ve received, it seems important for me to post about the fact that Julian Casablancas joined Jack White and the Raconteurs onstage in Mexico City last night (November 18). The played “The Modern Age”. Julian still grabs at his lapels. Watch the video and get all the […]
LOL! Not sure why it wasn’t until now that I saw this Azzaro “Decible” perfume commercial starring Mr. Julian Casablancas. Thanks Product Shop NYC! Also watch the making of the song, “I Like The Night”:
Just the thing to brighten up this dreary Friday in NYC — a brand new Strokes video! The music vid is for my favorite song off of Angles, “Taken for a Fool.” The only way I can think of to describe the video is to call it a Strokes merry-go-round. I never want this ride […]
I kinda enjoy Sleigh Bells, but seriously — why are they both wearing sunglasses indoors? Y’ALL ARE NOT JULIAN CASABLANCAS, NOT EVEN CLOSE. Sorry. Not buying it: Owning it:
I believe it’s a vintage 1990’s era Houston Oilers snap back hat. The team was briefly known in the mid-90s as the Tennessee Oilers, but are now known as the Tennessee Titans. Julian Casablancas just wore the hat again on Conan tonight: Where can you get mad swag like JC? Well the bad news is […]
Video of The Strokes performing “Juicebox” live at Coachella 2011 I kind of want to live by these words. I wonder what that would look like… Thnx Julian Casablancas and your wonderful stage banter! What a perfect Casablancasism. BTW, “Under Control” is pretty much one of my favorite Strokes songs ever:
This week has been completely insane — I witnessed over 9 hours of LCD Soundsystem (yup, I was at the LCD MSG show as well), and one glorious night of The Strokes all in one week. I think I sweated off my body weight about three times over, dancing myself clean, moshing in multiple pits, […]
Here’s another shot from the October 31, 2001 Hammerstein Ballroom show of The Strokes. Julian Casablancas is so boss in this photo.
When worlds collide! Jack White and Julian Casablancas share a few words (and a kiss) at NYC’s Bowery Ballroom back in the day.
I took this photo on October 31, 2001 at New York City’s Hammerstein Ballroom. The Papaya Kings (featuring JP Bowersock) and a costumed Moldy Peaches opened up for this Halloween show. The tickets were $20, and Julian Casablancas was sporting a military jacket and a Joe Camel t-shirt. He also had eyes made of laser […]