When New Zealand natives The Naked and Famous dropped their debut album, “Passive Me, Aggressive You,” in 2011, the underground music world was a vibrant environment. It was a banner year for synthpop, with releases by the likes of Washed Out, Twin Sister, Class Actress and Future Islands.
By Jake Heckman | email@example.com
Pitchfork.com called them “warm, airy, low-gimmick pop…” Spin magazine gave their latest album an 8 out of 10! So who is this band that everyone is so caught up on?
They sardonically call themselves Vampire Weekend and they’re coming to the St. Augustine Amphitheater Thursday night.
By Kelly Gibbs | firstname.lastname@example.org
Nestled alongside Cathedral Place is the European Cake House, the newest edition to St. Augustine’s pastry scene.
Owner Ilona (aka Celia) Turtoczki’s shop includes desert inspiration from all over, featuring Napoleon, red velvet cake, cannoli and her self-proclaimed favorite: tiramisu.