Our favorite, drunk frat bro, Mac Demarco, announces new EP with another goofy video

As usual, we’re looking forward to this one!

A week and a half ago, I watched as the unreformed Canadian goof Mac DeMarco drew an impressive crowd at Coachella. [Read more...]

Top 5 shows of the weekend

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The weather looks like it should be pretty nice again this weekend, and yes the L train still sucks, but you can work around it. Remember to hit up the Numero pop-up store and load up on records. After enjoying the outdoors during the day, there are some fine evening options for you. [Read more...]

You can’t watch Game of Thrones at Videology anymore


Not sure why HBO has singled out Videology, but you’re going to have to find a new place to watch naked redheads get torn apart by wolves:

HBO has sent a letter to Williamsburg bar Videology telling them not to show Game of Thrones episodes on Sunday nights. “They said that it’s not allowed to be shown in a public setting,” says the bar’s co-owner, James Leet. It’s the first time the bar has been asked not to screen a particular show… [Read more...]

Brunch couldn’t be sweeter with FINE & RAW


With a couple new products in-house including chocolate hazelnut butter and coconut dulce de leche, FINE & RAW invites everyone over for a taste test on Saturday. [Read more...]

This weekend: Brooklyn Zine Fest comes to Brooklyn Heights


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We’re excited about this event which will feature over 150 zine artists including local favorites like Stranger Than Bushwick:

Brooklyn Zine Fest 2015 will be held on Saturday, April 25th & Sunday, April 26th, 2015 (from 11am to 6pm both days) at Brooklyn Historical Society in Brooklyn Heights. [Read more...]

This One Goes To Eleven: Weekly metal roundup

tribulation Come for the metal. Stay for the metal. By now you know the drill, so let’s just get to it.

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Williamsbug woman charged twelve thousand dollars for Uber to Midtown


Williamsburg resident Jamie Hessel got a bill from Uber for $12,142.49 for her trip from Grand Street in Williamsburg to Midtown East a few weeks ago. Gothamist spoke to her about the ordeal that started with a terrible [Read more...]

Numero Group pop-up shop in Greenpoint this weekend


If you don’t own a record released by the Numero Group then you have a great chance to rectify that this weekend as the Chicago-based re-issue label will be in town.

The shop will be at Human NYC on 110 Meserole Avenue in Greenpoint from midday on Friday the 24th until 8pm on Sunday the 26th of April (MAP). Details can be found on this Facebook event page (edit – new link as per comment below).

Everything the label release is done at huge effort and love, digging into the most obscure material that was either long lost, forgotten, or just didn’t get a fair crack of the whip at the time. The label excels at unearthing soul and funk gems, but lately has done an amazing job with slowcore and proto-grunge, with the likes of Codeine, Bedhead and Unwound getting lavish boxset treatments. It’s hard to go wrong with anything you could buy, but some of my personal recommendations are below the jump.

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