Beastie Boys play on display


Photo by Philip Andelman

Milk Gallery in New York City is currently hosting an exhibition by photographer and music video director Philip Andelman, titled "Three Days in Paris." The photo exhibition chronicles three days in which the Beastie Boys and The Dead Weather hung out together in the City of Lights. The photos were taken in June 2009, when the Beastie Boys were in Europe to promote Hot Sauce Committee, Pt 1.

"Three Days in Paris" is on display at Milk Gallery until May 29. If you are unable to visit the exhibition in person, you may look at some of the photos HERE.

You may find additional photos Andelman took of the Beastie Boys that do not appear in the exhibition at his website, PhilipAndelman.com. (Click on "not moving" then "beastie boys.")

After "Three Days in Paris" closes at Milk Gallery, it will move to a gallery in Berlin, Germany.

Beastie Boys with scissors



Video and photos of the Beastie Boys at the ribbon cutting ceremony of MiniMoogseum, an installation honoring synthesizer inventor Bob Moog, were published online today by the Moog Foundation. The ceremony took place at the Orange Peel in Asheville, North Carolina, where the installation is housed permanently, almost a year ago. (Beastie Boys played a show in Asheville on June 10, 2009.)

See photos of the Beastie Boys at the ribbon cutting ceremony and read more about the MiniMoogseum at Moogfoundation.org.

Mike D jams with Church Street School music students




Photos by Mic to Mic

Mike Diamond participated in a guitar jam at the Church Street School for Music & Art today as part of the Tribeca Film Festival Street Fair.

More photos HERE.