The iJamming! Weekend Round-Up
What Went On March 31-April6
iJamming! enjoys a non-strenuous beautiful spring weekend, watches Who Killed The Electric Car?, drinks red and white Côtes du Rhônes, reads about Gordon Ramsey bringing ‘London’ to New York, and spaces out to the experimental electronica of Layering Buddha.
The New York Times wine staff drinks wine we wish we could drink all the time: Condrieu, the home of Viognier.
The Hammersmith Palais closes its doors. Don Letts provides the soundtrack.
Tonic gives in to Lower East Side gentrification, prepares to close.
The Highline Ballroom prepares to open.
David Bowie curates the debut Highline Festival
Oasis, the Fratellis and Travis threaten to re-record Sgt. Pepper’s
The record business continues to collapse: CD sales for first quarter 2006 are down 16% on last year.